Watch PaperCut Video of Vermona DRM1 MKIII Analog Drum Synth

It's analog. It's versatile. It's a drum synth. The Vermona DRM1 MKIII is it. This paper cut-style video shows it in action as a percussive sound bank. A good one to watch.  

The Vermona DRM1 MKIII analog drum synthesizer may not be new, but this video is and it’s worth watching if you’re intrigued by what this versatile electronic drum synthesizer is capable of.

It this slightly bizarre video (we mean that in a good way) we get to see  the DRM1 MKIII analogue drum synthesizer used as a percussive sound bank, rather then a drum machine played using a 16 step sequencer. 

Vermona promise they’ll produce more “serious” video clips in this style. We’re looking forward to them.

The Vermonda DRM1 MKIII standard edition.

The Vermonda DRM1 MKIII standard edition.

In the meantime you can check out the Vermona website for more details and to listen to the sound demos by following the link below.

Prices for the DRM1 MKIII start at around $825 for the standard version.


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