MATRIXSYNTH: Vermona Digital Rhythm Machine (DRM)

Sunday, April 07, 2019

Vermona Digital Rhythm Machine (DRM)

Published on Apr 7, 2019 Vco Vca

"quick demo of the great Vermona DRM. Recorded straight from the box with no effects or treatment (you can get an idea of the noise level).

Regardless of the name the 12 sounds are pure analog, in a very Roland TR-606, CR78 or Korg KR55.
You get a very useful 32 steps TR style sequencer, with the ability to record real time too.
16 presets and 10 user programs.
Stereo outputs, headphone outputs, several jack input to control start/stop, solo, bass only and preset change, MIDI IN & OUT.
Also there is a 30 pin connector that can get seperate outputs for each sound as long as trigger in and outs.
Very easy to make dedicated jacks outputs from the pin, I did it and you get a much better sound than the one comming from the stereo out (it bypasses the amp section).
All in all a great machine."

Update: some pics in via Vco Vca. Note this one may go up for sale on Reverb and eBay. If you are interested contact Vco Vca via YouTube.

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