Vermona DRM

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Vermona DRM

Post by wiss » Sun Jan 04, 2009 4:41 am

anyone have one? info of them?
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Re: Vermona DRM

Post by hyphen nation » Sun Jan 04, 2009 7:53 am

um, Wiss, what happened to one synth one drum machine?

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Re: Vermona DRM

Post by wiss » Sun Jan 04, 2009 11:10 am

:^o

it's one synth, one drum machine, one sampler, and one sequencer.



I need a new hunt.......
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Re: Vermona DRM

Post by kuroichi » Sun Jan 04, 2009 9:02 pm

well, there was one on ebay for ages a year or so back, and no one went for it. Eventually someone bought it, spead the word, and then everyone started getting into the hype, so now theyre 'rare' aka price bumped up.

The sounds arent editable like the 808 etc, however its full of trim pots for internal editing apparently.

What kind of info do you want? I thought about getting one for a while but I couldnt be assed with the long wait.

They have appeared from time to time, but theyre all over the world when Ive seen them.
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Re: Vermona DRM

Post by fOZf8 » Sun Jan 04, 2009 9:29 pm

Pretty...I had a DRM-1 MkII. It was rich, thick, and had AWESOME Hi-hats, nice snare...GREAT for sound effects, but the kick drum was very lacking (nice for toms though). Overall the Jomox's I had were far more useful, I do miss it though. I wish it could have saved kits though.
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Re: Vermona DRM

Post by wiss » Sun Jan 04, 2009 10:23 pm

I happen to have samples of it, after digging thru folders.....
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Re: Vermona DRM

Post by wickfut » Sun Jan 04, 2009 10:32 pm

My old stuff from yonks ago (1999-2001)...
click me for lofi music player
click me for main page

Somebody somewhere in the UK must have a decent condition, none modded tb303 to flog me ?

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Re: Vermona DRM

Post by hyphen nation » Mon Jan 05, 2009 12:27 am

wiss wrote::^o

it's one synth, one drum machine, one sampler, and one sequencer.



I need a new hunt.......
I hear you....I've decided to focus on soldering and making stuff to keep me from spending time on the hunt...now I am just sort of watching what rolls around localy on craigslist...

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