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Vermona Piano-Strings

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    The Vermona Electric Piano And Strings Synthesizer was released in 1978 in the German Democratic Republic (GDR),and was sold to the UDSSR.
    Like most of the string machines from this time it features a high frequency top-oscillator that is divided into 12 frequencies that make up the top octave. Each of the 12 notes is then divided down by 2:1 several times to create the different octave found on the keyboard and in the footage's of the different registers. All this is done with square waves. These are then mixed, filtered or shaped to generate the the sound. Yws, this is just like an typical organ keyboard. There is also a built in analog chorus to build up the sound as well as a set of 8 buttons for selecting different presets. There are 4 for each section.

    Type: Analog
    Synthesis: Divide Down
    Oscillators: 2
    Waveforms: Square
    Osc Modulation: Fader, Keyboard
    Evelope Paramerters: Attack, Sustain
    Polyphony & Tuning
    Polyphony: 12
    Tuning: Standard
    Modes: Polyphonic
    Patches RAM: 1
    Patches ROM: 8
    Case: Keyboard
    Keyboard: 61 keys
    Controls: Buttons, Sliders
    Audio Output Connections: Mono Out
    Audio Output Count: 1
    Audio Output Notes: Soviet Era Din Audio Ouput
    Year Released: 1978
    Manuals & Documents
    Used Price: $249-$479 - convert
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    References & Sources
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