MATRIXSYNTH: Vermona Piano-Strings (1978) - How does it sound?

Saturday, August 21, 2021

Vermona Piano-Strings (1978) - How does it sound?

video upload by Synthfluencer

"I play around with my Vermona Piano-Strings and some effect units. The Vermona Piano-Strings was produced in the GDR by 'VEB Klingenthaler Harmonikawerke' and one of the very few string machines produced in the late Eastern Bloc. Sound manipulation is sort of limited. There is a string and a "piano" section but you can use only one section at a time. For the string section you can mix three kinds of string instruments (Cello, Viola, Violine) and add two different choruses. Decay can be changed but no other envelope control. I pass the signal through a Vermona Phaser 80, a legendary effects unit built with discrete circuitry and compare it to some Small Stone phaser simulation by using the ingenious Zoom MS70 CDR multi effect unit. You may find some 'Jarrism' in this video ;-)"

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