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You will find a lot of Stage Pianos, workstations and also analogue synthesizers there to get your hands on.
We will present Mono Lancet and the soon to be released PerFourMer MKII. For those filter freaks amongst you take the chance to play around with Filter Lancet and the prototype of the Action Filter 3, the successor of the discontinued Action Filter II plus.
Find more detailed information on the DV Keyboard Expo site.
Analoge Technik ist zum Anfassen und Spielen da! Am 15. Oktober kannst du im Stuttgarter Stromraum selbst Hand anlegen. Schwerpunkte sind :
- Das Marienberg Modular-System
- Ribbon-Roehren-Synth R.R.S-007
- Bending Monotron
Außerdem steht die gesamte VERMONA Produktpalette, einschließlich dem neuen PerFourMer MKII zum Testen bereit.
The first production series of Retroverb Lancets is already sold out. New ones will be available at the end of September / beginning of October. We will keep you informed.
Retroverb Lancet is finally available. Check out information about our latest spring reverb / multi effect processor on its product page.
Retroverb Lancet can be order at our official VERMONA dealers.
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.
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 VERMONA VSR-3 site is now online. You’ll find all product related information, technical specifications, sound demos and images there.
And here it is. We’d like to introduce you to the new PerFourMer MKII. Like its predecessor it features four individual synthesizers that can be linked and played with six different playmodes: 2x monophonic, 2x duophonic and 2x polyphonic.
Each synthesizer has a VCO with sine, triangle, pulse and sawtooth wave shape as well as a noise generator. There is a lowpass filter, an ADSR envelope generator and a LFO that can be synced by an internal or external (MIDI-) clock.
A whole synthesizer can be modulation source for oscillator- or filter frequency of the following one and it has got hard-sync for the oscillators and soft-sync for the LFO.
The PerFourMer MKII can be checked out at the Superbooth at the Musikmesse in Frankfurt and it will be available this summer.
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.
With the VSR-3 – vintage spring reverb and the Retroverb Lancet we will show two new spring reverb units at the Musikmesse in Frankfurt next week.
The VSR-3 is straightforward and solid and adds the beloved spring reverb sound to any input signal you feed it with. It’s available shortly after the Musikmesse.
CRASH! The Retroverb Lancet is a lot smaller than its predecessor but don’t judge it by its size. It got a lot of improvements like the multimode filter, the overdrive, the versatile LFO and the envelope follower … and a few things more.
The Retroverb Lancet will hit the market in June 2011.