Filtered list by tag 'Retroverb Lancet'

Are spring reverbs still up-to-date?

Reverbs generated using springs don’t sound natural and real. They are far behind software-based digital simulations, sound metallic, generate nasty rattling noise and are prone to electromagnetic interferences.

T.Raumschmiere with VERMONA

In the current issue of German Sound & Recording Magazine 04/2016, Marco Haas aka T.Raumschmiere gives some insights to his studio and the production of his latest album. Among other great synths and effect machines the photos clearly show a PERfourMER MKII, a DRM1 MKII - predecessor of the famous MKIII-version as well as a Retroverb - predecessor of Retroverb Lancet.

On the corresponding page of the Sound & Recording website you can see further images as well as a video showing Marco Haas playing with some of his gear.

Enjoy the links and the new week!

Your VERMONA crew from the
Elektroakustischen Manufaktur, Erlbach

Retroverb Lancet in action: More than springs

Insanic4 contacted us to point us to a video about the Retroverb Lancet that he made a while ago. The 5-minute video impressively shows what you can achieve with the filter section in combination with the LFO, envelope generator and spring reverb section.
At the end you can listen to the original sequence that was refined with the Retroverb Lancet.

Thank you very much, Insanic4 and to everyone: Enjoy watching!

Your VERMONA crew of the
Elektroakustische Manufaktur, Erlbach


As of now Kick Lancet, Filter Lancet and Retroverb Lancet work with a 12V-DC-Power Supply Unit instead of an AC-PSU. This starts with the following serial numbers.

Be careful and always check the labes on the devices itself as well as the notes inside the user manual before re-connecting your Lancet!