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Mark Pigott demonstrates the ’14 Analogsynthesizer’s filter

When surfing the web earlier this week, I ran across a video that demonstrates the filter section of our ’14 Analogsynthesizer. Mark Pigott, the guy who made it uses the filter’s resonance to create a sine wave that is played over the keyboard and by the build in arpeggiator.

VERMONA Story and ’14 Analogsynthesizer review on Amazona.de

Earlier this year, Siegfried Schöbel - aka Onkel Siggi - was asked by Amazona.de to write a review about our ’14 Analogsynthesizer for the German online-magazine.

’14 Analogsynthesizer Insights

Last November we delivered the first ’14 Analogsynthesizers to VERMONA-dealers. Since then we are continuously manufacturing the synth.

’14 Analogsynthesizer production started

Finally, we started producing the first ’14 Analogsynthesizers. And it’s about time - after all, we plan to deliver the first units next month.

 

’14 Analogsynthesizer - State of affairs

How time flies. It dates back to January 2015, when we presented a first prototype of our ’14 Analogsynthesizer at the NAMM show.

Back home...

Good bye NAMM 2016

After one week in sunny California we are finally back in our Elektroakustische Manufaktur in Erlbach. It was good to be at NAMM 2016 and it was great to be part of the SchneidersBüro booth. So first of all we’d like to thank all at SchneidersBüro and Alex4, especially Jan and René for their fantastic job on location.

NAMM Show 2016

NAMM Show 2015

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.

Another year is over...

Frohe Weihnachten von VERMONA

One year ago we sent you our Xmas and New-Years-greetings with the picture above. Of course we also wanted to show you what we are working on and what you can expect from us in 2015: