MATRIXSYNTH: Vermona Analog Synthesizer SN 213384

Monday, March 09, 2020

Vermona Analog Synthesizer SN 213384

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"The synthesizer is in excellent technical condition! ”
An analog synthesizer manufactured by the German music company Vermona during the 1980s. This is a 2-VCO monophonic analog synthesizer. It has the most basic analog editing options. 24 dB / oct analog VCF (filter) with 4 buttons (brightness, cut, resonance, circuit), one LFO for modulating VCO or VCF sections and a typical ADSR VCA envelope. There are predefined VCF and VCA settings, as well as manual mode, but there is no real repository of patch settings. Also missing are MIDI and CV or Gate.

Its sounds are pretty simple analog material. This makes a very good analog bass. The real effects on board are Portamento - a similar effect of slipping and vibrato. Colorful pens, a clean layout, vintage wooden end cheeks and genuine analog sound. This is an interesting thing.

The MIDI input is additionally inserted by the wizard. There is a socket for adjusting the octave range with a simple Phillips screwdriver. This is indicated on the photograph on the back of the synthesizer.

The master carried out preventive work. So, everything works fine, all buttons are activated, potentiometers do not rustle."

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