Archive for März, 2011
There are two tracks that includes the Mono Lancet you should listen to:
The first track is called Mestiques, made by Cellover – very relaxing.
The second Track is titled with “Cheesy disco house! Ableton live set” by venthouse and shows some Mono Lancet live tweaking – I like the robot in the background.
Oli shows how to create a typical Dubstep wobble bass with a triggered acoustic drum set, a Caron (drum) synth and the VERMONA DAF-1. Although the DAF-1 is out of production for several years, it makes us happy to see that it still is used by many musicians.
Also check out the description at http://matrixsynth.blogspot.com/2011/03/dubstep-bass-with-triggered-kick-1.html.
We’ve added a DRM1 MKIII patch sheet to its download section. Go to the product site and scroll down to the “Downloads” panel… there it is.
Enjoy “saving” your sounds and if you like, you can share them with us.
BTW: There is also a patch sheet available for the Kick Lancet.
Here are some more sounds of the PerFourMer 2.
All of them are played live with a MIDI keyboard (I’m aware of my left hands bad timing). Most of the sounds are in polyphonic mode with up to three synthesizers.
We welcome KeyWi Music in Salzburg, Austria as new VERMONA dealer. For now the Kick Lancet and Mono Lancet are waiting for our Austrian friends to be tested there:
KEY-WI MUSIC GmbH
Betriebsgebiet Puch Nord
Phone: +43 (0) 662 – 84 84 10
If you are looking for VERMONA dealers in your near you can check out the list on our homepage:
If you can’t find a place to get VERMONA products near you, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
It’s not a big secret, that we are working on a synthesizer that will be presented at the Musikmesse in Frankfurt (6th to 9th April 2011). And it’s also no secret that it will be the successor of the discontinued PerFourMer, so it is very likely that our new baby will carry the same name “PerFourMer”, possibly followed by a “2″.
You can listen to some sounds generated by the prototype. Please don’t judge the musical value, it’s just a simple sequence and some knob tweaking on the synth.
This is the new official VERMONA blog. We will post news regarding our products as well as interesting links, thoughts, videos, demos and more. Let’s see where it leads us