Archive for the ‘Filter Lancet’ tag
The German online magazine Amazona.de published a review of Filter Lancet and Retroverb Lancet. While Filter Lancet still is available from VERMONA dealers, Retroverb Lancet isn’t on the market, yet. But we expect to ship the first units this week.
The Amazona.de review contains a couple of audio demos, so it is also interesting for those who can’t understand the words.
On page 72 of the current issue of the German KEYS Magazine you’ll find a review of the new VERMONA Filter Lancet. The conclusion says:
“Vermonas Filter Lancet überzeugt als kräftiges Multimodefilter mit guter Erkennung von rhythmischem Material. Für den typischen Einsatz als Filter für Drummaschinen und Grooveboxen liefert es souveräne, gute Klangergebnisse, dazu machen seine Möglichkeiten zur Übersteuerung das Gerät auch für Instrumentalisten interessant.”
Sound samples can be downloaded at the KEYS homepage for those who purchase the magazine.
As of now the new VSR-3 – vintage spring reverb and Filter Lancet – analog desktop multimode filter are available.
You can find info, downloads and sound demos at the VERMONA homepage and of course you can order them from authorized VERMONA dealers.
The English and German manual for the new VERMONA Filter Lancet is available for download.
Info, images and demos of the Filter Lancet are now available at the VERMONA homepage. The multimode filter was shown at the Musikmesse in Frankfurt this year and will be available within the next three weeks.
The Lancet family gets another little brother: the Filter Lancet. It’s basically the filter section of the new Retroverb Lancet for those who don’t need the reverb effect. It has lowpass, highpass and bandpass mode, a LFO with six shapes including sample & hold, an envelope generator with attack-decay when triggered from audio signal or attack-sustain-release when triggered via gate.
There also is an envelope follower and an input for an external control voltage source. The input signal can be fattened via overdrive and the BALLS circuitry.
Check it out at the Superbooth in Hall 5.1 / stand C70 at the Musikmesse in Frankfurt.