Synthétiseur analogique de sons percussifs. Pas de menu, un potard par réglage… Unique en son genre !
| En cours de réapprovisionnement
At first glance, you may not notice any difference from its predecessor. Indeed, from the outside, there isn’t any! The overall concept and user interface have remained the same: There are eight instrument channels, each with nine knobs for sound shaping, pan and volume control. The DRM1 is a musical instrument, a creative tool that wants to be touched and played.
Instead of trying to reinvent or change an already well-proven external design, with this update to version MKIV Vermona decided to focus on the inside. They took time to thoroughly listen into the circuits and put energy and care into its details: Thoughtfully tweaking frequency ranges, revamping control curves, adjusting levels and redesigning sub-circuits. Their goal was to make the DRM1 MKIV the best drum synthesizer they’ve ever built!
To make integration into your studio more comfortable, Vermona equipped the DRM1 MKIV with USB-MIDI in addition to the standard MIDI connections.
The optional trigger inputs have been significantly upgraded. Beyond gate pulses, they now also accept different voltage levels for triggering the instrument channels dynamically. The DRM1 MKIV with trigger inputs can also convert the analog signals into MIDI notes via USB or the newly added MIDI OUT connector making it an incredibly versatile MIDI interface.
Whether you’re controlling the DRM1 MKIV via a DAW, a hardware sequencer, or a modular system, you’ll have the proper connection and further the ability to send the MIDI notes to additional devices.
The power supply of the DRM1 MKIV is completely new. It now works anywhere in the world, without having to manually change the mains voltage. This is a huge relief for all of you who use the instrument at live shows. No less important: it works more energy-efficient than the old one!