Not full with synths yet ? Well, you’ll soon have the opportunity to add to your collection the new Vermona 14 analog monophonic synthesizer.
Not really inspired with names, Vermona explains that their new machine celebrates the 14th anniversary of the return of the Vermona brand, with a very classic instrument. OK then…
The Vermona 14 is a monophonic analog synth inspired by the Mono Lancet. It features two oscillators, each with multiple waveforms, octaver and its own sub-oscillator (sine for the first and square for the second), a VCF section with low-pass filter for which you can control the resonance, cutoff and slope (12, 16 or 24 dB), two envelope generators, a VCA, one LFO with multiple waveforms, as well as legato, auto-glide, vibrato, frequency modulation between the oscillators and the filter and more. All this with a 44-note keyboard, pitch bend and modulation wheels and a footswitch to control the built-in arpeggiator/sequencer. MIDI in and out, CV and gate outs and audio outputs are also on the menu.
The Vermona 14 will be available later this year, we’ll probably know more at Musikmesse.