|Synth Site: Vermona: Synthesizer: User reviews Add review|
|Average rating: 4.0 out of 5|
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|Derk Jansen a part-time user from The Netherlands Ede writes:|
Very easy to use synthesizer. The analog sounds are great and mooglike. De keyboard sucks however you get used to it. Indeed it's strange you can not turn the LFO of. Great synth.
|Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Dec-01-2003 at 07:28|
|Ernst Meier a hobbyist user from Germany writes:|
I have an VERMONA Synthesizer and I like it very much, because with the presets for the envelope generator and filter it is very easy to change sounds in live situations.
Now I use the synth with this new VERMONA filter (DAF-1), so my VERMONA synthesizer has a wider spectrum of sounds and I would say, a minimoog is a very thin machine compared with this setup.
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jun-19-2001 at 07:34|
|U-Lab a part-time user from Hungary writes:|
- This is an OLD Eastern Germany made Synth. - No external control or patch memory - Building quality not so good BUT - Superb 24 db. lowpass filter with cutoff, reso., contour, and brillance, hard, and very fast and very slow rate LFO = great bubble and sweep sounds /like a strange Juno 60 ;-)/ STRANGE FACT: no LFO off switch= LFO always active; a little instability in sound... - ADSR is slow type = no percussion sounds - strong and agressive waveforms and /paralell!/ noise osc. - 5 preset VCO type, and 5 preset VCF type ...
Vermona Synth is rare socialist moog like madness.
|Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Apr-22-2001 at 15:04|
|victor v poushkar a professional user from Ukraine writes:|
I've been using this synt for 2 years. It does a lot of acid sounds + Ultravox-like synt solos I'd like to have more buttons (modulation & filter controls) on it keys are really bad
|Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-18-1998 at 20:33|
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