In this video, below, Gaz Williams takes an in depth look at Vermona DRM1 MKIII analog drum synthesizer.
The Vermona DRM1 has been made for about 14 years. It offers eight matched analogue drum- and percussion-instruments; a total of 73 hands-on controls; and support for both MIDI and CV/Gate control.
For more info on the Vermona DRM1 MKIII, see the Vermona site.
via Gaz WIlliams
7 thoughts on “Vermona DRM1 MKIII Hands-On Demo”
Gaz rules. Sounds good, although some musical examples would have also been nice, I wanna hear what Gaz uses it for!
it is very 808y… but with a lot more depth in modulation possibilities
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well I took a deep look into it way before he did 🙂
You video has been a major motivator to get this machine for a long time. Still saving as I don’t do credit cards.
this is such an underappreciated machine…. been a staple in my studio for a long time now
i gots dis drum machine. is my favorite drum machine.
srsly tho. this thing is a monster. soooo much fun to play. has a sound completely all its own. kick owns. toms own. snare is crazy versatile. hats ssssnap. ass claps. multi channel is meh.