I got that exact sound out of the MS2K so you better check yourself.
--- In korgms2000@y..., djplaysrecords@h... wrote:
> Hey, it's nice to hear from a fellow hip-hop lover like yourself.
> I'll try and make this simple: if you want Chronic-era funk synths
> (such as those found on "Intro", "Dre Day", "Let Me Ride",
> and "Nothin But a G Thang") you won't be making them with a dinky
> MS2K. Sorry. The magic is in the combination of the analog
> oscillators and filters. You could try it and with some eq'ing and
> compression, you could get a good imitation of the sound, but
> not gonna get it.
> I belive he uses a real Moog on all of those songs (he used the
> as producer of the electro group, The World Class Wreckin' Cru in
> Here's how you could imitate the fatty sound found on, "Dre Day":
> First initialize the patch so that you have a simple sawtooth
> Make OSC2 a triangle wave and adjust the pitch so that it is at
> one octave lower than OSC1. Also, lower the amplitude on OSC2 so
> that it doesn't take over the sound. You'll just want it to act as
> sub-bass generator. Put the resonance up to about 1/4, the cutoff
> 1/2 or more. Oh, and for best results, the 12LP filter should be
> activated. Eq to taste (page 24).
> Hope that helps.
> By the way, on many of his newer hits, such as, "Bitch Please", the
> Nord lead is the featured instrument. In fact, in that song, he
> preset #90, "Voice".
> I'll post some Dre-like patches sometime soon for ya.
> --- In korgms2000@y..., ihateoldppl187@a... wrote:
> > hey i have a question maybe you can help me out...
> > I just bought an ms2000r and I'm reading the manual - but perhaps
> > can point me in the right direction
> > I'm trying to find a really nice electric piano and a minimoog
> > the EP no matter how I edit it sounds like some steely dan synth -
> > and not the classic analog synths dre used on chronic and
> doggystyle -
> > what presets did you use to come up with them and what did you
> > adjust?
> > thanks in advnace