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Mono Lancet ’15 unboxing video

Analogowa Dusza recently published a little unboxing video of the Mono Lancet ’15.

Mono Lancet ’15 Demos and Modular Dock

Mono Lancet ’15 was released earlier this year as successor of the popular Mono Lancet synthesizer expander. Little reminder: It has an upgraded LFO with five waveforms and random.

It’s product page (1) is now updated with specific audio demos. Xtront, who made the demos, uses the additional LFO waveforms as well as modular dock to show the capabilities of the little synth.

Along with that we also made Mono Lancet ’15s manual available for download (2). If you are interested in the synthesizer you might want to take a closer look into it to find some useful information.

Modular Dock

Also the eurorack-expansion Modular Dock finally got its product page (3). You have a modular system? Modular Dock is a great addition and integrates Mono Lancet ’15 just perfectly.

You don’t have a modular system but are keen on owning one? The combination of Mono Lancet ’15 and Modular Dock is a great start into the modular world.

Your VERMONA crew from the
Elektroakustischen Manufaktur, Erlbach

  1. Mono Lancet ’15 product page
  2. Mono Lancet ’15 support page
  3. Modular Dock product page

Mono Lancet ’15 on DelamarTV

The guys from German online magazine Delamar inspected our lately updated Mono Lancet ’15 at Superbooth 16 in Berlin. Thomas from VERMONA answered their questions and gave a short demonstration of the compact synthesizer. Enjoy watching!

Your VERMONA crew from the
Elektroakustischen Manufaktur, Erlbach

Succession: Mono Lancet ’15

Numbers in our product’s name have a long history. That started a long time ago when VERMONA instruments where called like EMP–1, ET–6 or even ET–6–2, SK–86, TO–200 or Regent 300 H.

Today we don’t use that much numbers in the names of our devices, especially products of the Lancet series go without them. This finally will change with Mono Lancet ’15.

The monophonic synthesizer got a small update. The most obvious change can be found on the LFO. It now has six instead of three waveforms: saw up and saw down, square, triangle, sine as well as sample & hold.

There are also some changes under the hood. Mono Lancet ’15 now uses a DC adapter. Thus it is compliant with the „Standby Regulations“ that were introduced within the EU.<br/> Its firmware can now be updated via an USB port.

Mono Lancet ’15 comes with the same outstanding sound and intuitive user interface as its predecessor. It will be available from official VERMONA dealers in April.