Nautilus MS20 EX Engine


The MS20-EX engine is a software emulation of the Korg MS-20 analog synthesizer, which is available on some Korg synthesizers such as the Korg Kronos and Korg Nautilus.

The original MS-20 synthesizer was first introduced by Korg in 1978, and it quickly gained a reputation for its powerful analog sound and its unique patching system, which allowed for complex and versatile sound design.

The MS20-EX engine attempts to recreate the sound and functionality of the original MS-20 synthesizer in a digital form. It includes many of the same features as the original, such as two voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs), a resonant high-pass/low-pass filter, and a patch bay that allows for flexible signal routing and modulation.

The MS20-EX engine also includes some additional features that were not present on the original MS-20, such as polyphonic capabilities and modern effects processing. Overall, the MS20-EX engine is a powerful tool for creating a wide range of analog-style sounds, from classic bass and lead sounds to more experimental and unconventional textures.