In our latest video, we demonstrate a live setup with two meloDICER-MEX3 eurorack module combinations and randomRHYTHM as sequencer.
MeloDICER/MEX3: Jam with PERfourMER MKII and DRM1 MKIV
Retroverb Lancet as a Drum Synthesizer
Over the last few decades, we have built up a strong tradition in designing and manufacturing spring reverb units. Probably, there’s a good chance that we have the most complete portfolio of this type of effect device.
YouTube Recommendation: Spice Up Your Sample Loops | Vermona Retroverb Lancet
Retroverb Lancet is not just a spring reverb. It also has a powerful overdrive filter and VCA section that give you plenty of creative options.
MeloDICER/MEX3 – Polyphony
With the help of the MEX3 extension module, meloDICER can generate polyphonic sequences via MIDI. But how can you control the two additional voices, and how complicated is it to access them?
Patchsheet for the DRM1 MKIV
Our DRM1 drum synthesizer has a long tradition. It first appeared in the mid-90s with the MAM respectively TBS logo on its front panel. It wasn’t until the turn of the millennium that we launched the MKII version with our own VERMONA emblem.
TwinVCFilter Videos Parts 1–4
Discover the captivating world of twinVCFilter, our dual multimode filter module designed for eurorack systems with high-quality sound and variety of features.
Polyphonic Dreams: Exploring MEX3 and meloDICER
Discover the MEX3-meloDICER combination in our new video, where we demonstrate their capabilities.
MEX3 is finally available!
At Superbooth in spring 2023, we showed an early prototype of the expansion module for the meloDICER. We were quite confident to offer it in the same year. Well, it’s 2024 and with some unexpected delay we can finally announce the availability of the MEX3 module.
Soundmit 2023 - November 11 & 12
It’s November—It’s Soundmit.
We are back in Italy to show some of our products at Soundmit in Torino.
We’re excited to launch this brand new update to our classic drum and percussion synthesizer VERMONA DRM1. The DRM1 is a key part in our history. Its first generation, released in the 90s as Syncussion DRM1, caught wide attention.