The Behringer MS-101 is a delightfully affordable homage to that iconic synthesizer, sporting all of its cool features — and then some. Behringer took great care in engineering the MS-101, staying true to the original analog circuitry and VCO, VCF, and VCA designs. This meticulous attention to detail is what gives the MS-101 its ultra-flexible sound-shaping abilities, which let you quickly whip up everything from insanely fat basses and scorching leads to dazzling effects. Equipped with a 32-step sequencer, arpeggiator, and attachable hand grip, the MS-101 is a fantastic performance synth. And with its 32 full-size semi-weighted keys, pure analog signal path, and authentic 3340 oscillator with four simultaneously mixable waveforms plus ultra-flexible VCF and VCA filters, the Behringer MS-101 may well become your favorite synth. In the 1980s and ’90s, a new wave of musicians slung a simple monosynth over their shoulders and stole center stage from their guitar-brandishing bandmates.