Behringer’s depiction of the iconic Roland SH-101, the MS-101 is now officially part of their vastly expanding synthesiser product line.
The MS-101 is a monophonic analogue synthesiser based upon the 3340 VCO with 4 simultaneous waveforms, VCF, ADSR envelope, 32 step sequencer, arpeggiator and a mod grip kit for live performance. It has 32 full sized semi-weighted keys and a hard plastic case.
The oscillator waveforms are triangle, saw, square with pulse width modulation and an octave divided square wave sub oscillator. They can all be present at once mixed on the front panel. The filter can be modulated via ADSR, LFO, keyboard tracking or pitch bend wheel on the mod grip. There are 6 FM sources for creative filter modulation. You can save up to 64 sequences and there is full MIDI implementation available over USB or MIDI.
- Monophonic synthesiser with authentic 3340 analogue oscillator
- 32 semi-weighted full-size keys
- Pure analogue signal path based on legendary VCO, VCF and VCA designs
- Oscillator with 4 simultaneously-mixable waveforms: saw, triangle, square/pwm and octave-divided square sub-oscillator
- Resonant VCF can be modulated with ADSR, LFO, keyboard tracking and bender controller
- 6 FM sources allow for creative VCF modulation and unheard of filter effects
- ADSR envelope generator for incredible wave shaping
- 32-step sequencer with 64 sequence locations
- Arpeggiator with wide patterns for great sound effects
- Attachable handgrip included with pitch bend wheel and pitch modulation trigger
- Guitar strap included for live jamming on stage
- Bender assignable to VCO, VCF and pitch mod wheel on attachable handgrip
- Noise generator can be used as modulation source for distortion-like effects
- Portamento function
- Pulse wave can be modulated by LFO, envelope and manually
- 57 sliders and switches gives you direct and real-time access to all important parameters
- External audio input for processing external sound sources
- Comprehensive USB/MIDI implementation for connection to keyboard/sequencer