Hear Behringer’s K-2 MS-20 clone

    New video shows off the sound of the company's Korg remake.

    Behringer surprised us last month when they announced their K-2 synth – a clone of the Korg MS-20 module – was ready to ship. Now, they’ve dropped a new video in which they demo the new synth’s capabilities. For the impatient, the sound demo starts at the 2.13 mark.

    Watch the video above for all the details. A highlight for us includes the ability to switch between two filter types: the first-generation filter and the second-generation filter, known for its screaming character.

    Behringer has been making series waves in the world of synthesis recently, and we’ve been impressed with their efforts. Read our recent Behringer Odyssey review, to see how it fared.


    The Behringer K-2 is available to order now and costs $329/£299. Find more information at behringer.com.



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