This week Ask.Audio published a review of our monophonic synthesizer-expander Mono Lancet ’15. We looked through some of the reviews of its predecessor and were a bit surprised that the oldest of them was published in 2010 - six years ago.
Six years don’t make the synthesizer a ‚classic‘ (like our 16-years-old DRM1) but it may be on its way to get there.
The most obvious difference between Mono Lancet ’15 and its predecessor is the LFO. Mono Lancet had three waveforms for modulations whereas Mono Lancet ’15 has six. The main features are equal on both versions:
- two analogue oscillators
- a 24-dB-lowpass-filter with resonance
- a VCA
- a LFO
- an ADSR-envelope generator
- expandable with the Modular Dock eurorack module
Following, we link to six reviews that are available online, which makes one for each waveform of Mono Lancet ’15s LFO. Enjoy reading (and listening to the sound samples).
Your VERMONA crew from the
Elektroakustischen Manufaktur, Erlbach
Links to the reviews
- review on Ask.Audio (October, 2016 / english)
- review on GreatSynthesizers (together with Kick Lancet in July, 2013 / english)
- review in Keyboard Magazine (June, 2011 / english)
- review on AMAZONA.de (January, 2011 / german)
- review in SOUND ON SOUND (October, 2010 / english)
- review on MusicRadar (August, 2010 / english)