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BEHRINGER MS-101

It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas, which might seem like an odd thing to say when it feels like we’re only just out of summer, Yet it feels as though there’s been a little tease or announcements most weeks from the Behringer R&D department, offering us a sense of the machines that are coming our way. The MS-101 was first mooted by Behringer well over a year ago now and, for one reason or another, it’s only just breaking ground in a store near you. What’s even more exciting is that it seems to have taken a very familiar form and taken the concept a little further, at a price point which is undeniable attractive, so the time is nigh for the MS-101 to meet its original sibling.

HISTORY 101

When it comes to the history of synthesisers, the SH-101 from Roland arrived at a time when synths were still relatively expensive. Available from the end of 1982 until somewhere around the mid 80s, it was a supposedly cheap and cheery little monosynth which offered no memories or metal pots and faders, as found on the far grander Jupiter-8 and Juno-6/60, but it did offer character and bass by the bucket load. No surprise then, that as analogue fell out of favour, you could pick

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