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NAMM Show 2016

Next week, from January 21–24, the NAMM Show in Anaheim, LA will open its doors. You will find us there on a shared booth no. 5014 in Hall B, organized by SchneidersBüro. Together with friends of the synthesizer- and modular scene, we will present our latest products as well as long-term classics.

Again we will show the ’14 Analogsynthesizer. Unfortunately we couldn’t fulfill our plan to release it in 2015 but this year we will! The first synthesizers will leave our Elektroakustische Manufaktur after SuperBooth2016 in Berlin.

Of course, we will also present the most classic VERMONA instrument: the DRM1 MKIII. You can play it on our booth in combination with the Action Filter 4 - analog stereo filter and convince yourself of the power and flexibility of analog circuits.

Our Modular Case 104 will be filled with VERMONA modules: Among others you can check out the VCDrive - distortion module - this time as final product, the latest version of the twinCussion prototype as well as a first impression of a multimode filter module.

We are looking forward to see new and familiar faces and having interesting conversations.

Your VERMONA crew of the
Elektroakustische Manufaktur, Erlbach

PS: We will tweet some impressions of the NAMM show next week, so you are welcome to follow us on Twitter.

1-RU modules for ModularCase 104

With DUAL BUFFERED MULTIPLE/INVERTER and DUAL BUFFERED ATTENUATOR/MIXER we present the first two 1-RU modules made by VERMONA.

Both modules offer useful and versatile functions for the 1-RU rails of or Modula Case 104 and compatible housings.

Eurorack Housing with power supply: Modular Case 104

Our Modular Case 104, that we already showed as prototyp on this year’s NAMM show and the Musikmesse in Frankfurt, is available as of now.

It is equipped with two 104-HP-rows of standard 3-U-eurorack rails as well as well as with two additional rows for 1-U-modules (tiles). The power offers 2000 mA for the positive and negative voltage (12 V) and additional 500 mA for +5 V. On the input site it can be used from 90 V to 240 V without manually changing the voltage.

The Modular Case 104 is made of waxed nut wood and is build in our Elektroakustischen Manufaktur in Germany.

Click here to visit the Modular Case 104 product page.