New From Vermona

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New From Vermona

Post by johnll » Tue Sep 28, 2010 11:19 am

Saw this in my travels today, on MatrixSynth:


Oh, how sweet it would be to see such a thing made in Asheville, with little wooden cheeks...

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Re: New From Vermona

Post by EMwhite » Tue Sep 28, 2010 2:23 pm

I love when this stuff happens. When companies go ahead and push out a product like this or like the DarkEnergy (which, incidentally has wood cheeks) despite DSI's supposed lock on the desktop market (MoPho Tetra).

Vermona has some great products in their portfolio, good to see they are still at it.

Doepfer has a few more details on DarkTime available for those watching; that will be welcome and will make the DarkTime+Energy a killer combo.
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Re: New From Vermona

Post by Headphones » Sun Dec 19, 2010 2:44 pm

It just so happens that the Vermona Lancet has a Modular Breakout box to hook into any Eurorack modular. If you had your collection of moogerfoogers, and the DarkTime/DarkEnergy, or the Lancet, that would be worth hearing...

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