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Vermona

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One of the only analog synthesizers produced by German music company Vermona throughout the 1980's. It is a classic 2-VCO monophonic analog system (each saw, 2 square waveforms, noise - all cen be used simultaneously) designed for broad range of sound production & musical compositions of any genre. It can be used both in studio & on live concerts. Endless possibilities & experimentation.

Being a true analog synth with Moog-type filter it can also do sounds beginning from modern electronic basses & leads up to simulating the classical instruments (strings, reed e.t.c.). It can also create some specific sounds (wind, noise of surf, train, gun and whine). Using this instrument one can play some compositions with a random pitch and a timbre.

• It has 24 dB/oct analog VCF filter with 4 knobs (Brilliance, CutOff, Resonance, Contour) - exact copy of Moog filter
LFO to modulate the VCO or VCF sections
ADSR VCA envelope.
Preset VCF and VCA settings as well as a Manual mode

• Output knobs are output volume knob, phones volume knob.

Main Audio Outputs (Line out & Phones) are standard 1\4 TRS "Jacks".

On the front : 3,5 octave keyboard, to the left of keyboard there are pitch bend slider & modulation wheel.

Vermona Synthesizer is a highly sought-after & rare east-bloc synthesizer (together with Polivoks) which has an original, consistent analog sound & versatility.

Only about 1000 units where produced in the GDR (East Germany) only for the USSR market.

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