Vermona PerFourMer MKII Review

Thomas (pulsn) sent me a message letting me know he reviewed the new Vermona PerFourMer MKIIover at Amazona. I do love the Vermona stuff and the PerFourMer looks/sounds great. The review is in German but Google can help you there plus there’s some nice photos and audio. Read the review: click here

“Keine silbernen Laborgeräte Knöpfe mehr, sondern klare schlichte Formen, elegante Farbwahl und Klasse beschreiben das neue im zeitlosen “Lancet” Pultdesign gehaltene Instrument. Vermutlich trifft das neue Erscheinungsbild nicht jedermanns Geschmack, aber auffällig und anders wirkt es auf jeden Fall.” – amazona.de

For more info: blog.vermona.com/the-perfourmer-mkii

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on September 20, 2011 at 12:45 pm, filed under hardware, synthesizer and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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2 Responses to “Vermona PerFourMer MKII Review”

  1. digitalbeatsyndrome says:

    Dude… I know if they allowed cc midi on the knobs that means its not true analog sayeth the analog taliban… gimme a break though.. couldnt they have done at least save snapshots ??

  2. pulsn says:

    Dude, that would have driven the costs for that thing up and then other ppl would complain about the 12Bit resolution of the knobs and that they want it to be purely analog. Whatever a company is doing, it can´t please everyone. Take it as is or leave it. A DSI Tetr4 would be a less expensive and patchsaveable alternative, if you like the DSI sound. And for 325Euro per voice, that thing is top notch!

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