Behringer MS-101 (SH-101 clone with tweaks)

https://www.gearnews.com/superbooth-2018-ms-101-revealed-behringer-sh-101-clone/


For comparison purposes, here is the Roland SH-01A.


IMO, both of them sound interesting but one of them sounds more like the original SH-101/MC-202 than the other.
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  • HarrySevenHarrySeven Frets: 3401

    Goddamn. I will be buying one.


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  • goldtopgoldtop Frets: 893
    The 101 is a weird little thing. So affordably under-featured that it ought to be almost useless, but weirdly toneful.

    Had the analogue mono synth in the JD-XI been a simple 101 circuit, it would have been a keeper.

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  • FunkfingersFunkfingers Frets: 3408
    goldtop said:
    under-featured 
    For me, this is precisely their appeal. I subscribe to the Brian Eno notion that under-resourced musicians are forced to be more creative.

    Also, mucking about with sliders and step time sequencers is fun. Eventually, something usable falls out. Slap on some delay and modulation. Robert is your father's brother.
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