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  • makomako

    Vermona RETROVERBPublished on 11/16/05 at 13:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Spring reverb tank with Accutronix three springs.
    100% Analog Stereo in and out (jack 6.35).
    Input gain, Bass + Treble, Mix, Filter rsons (12dB/oct), VCA & VCF with envelope (A, R), Crash, Repeat with Speed.
    CV inputs for filter cutoff and Gate for the envelope and the crash.
    MODEL Desktop, but you can put stuff on it (personal, I put Moogerfoogers 3).

    UTILIZATION

    Easy to use, All parameters are accessible faade.
    No backup, it's vintage.
    Simple manual.

    SOUND QUALITY

    A reverb and soft matte trs.
    It's not Fender or Roland is closer to AKG.
    So deep and warm.
    The envelope affects the VCA can shorten the reverb or even to change the attack (very smart!)
    I use the......
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    Spring reverb tank with Accutronix three springs.
    100% Analog Stereo in and out (jack 6.35).
    Input gain, Bass + Treble, Mix, Filter rsons (12dB/oct), VCA & VCF with envelope (A, R), Crash, Repeat with Speed.
    CV inputs for filter cutoff and Gate for the envelope and the crash.
    MODEL Desktop, but you can put stuff on it (personal, I put Moogerfoogers 3).

    UTILIZATION

    Easy to use, All parameters are accessible faade.
    No backup, it's vintage.
    Simple manual.

    SOUND QUALITY

    A reverb and soft matte trs.
    It's not Fender or Roland is closer to AKG.
    So deep and warm.
    The envelope affects the VCA can shorten the reverb or even to change the attack (very smart!)
    I use the filter just given the nature of the reverb is dj matt trs.
    I use it on the voices (with a ribbon mic is deadly), guitars, brass, synths, the drums, just a little short.
    Trs 70 color's that really gives depth to the sound.
    You can also do more crazy effects with the filter and the envelope. Cratif Trs.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for over a year.
    I like its color even if lacking a bit of a treble (thank you for the EQ intgres, has saved the deal!).
    I prfre sometimes the reverb of my Space Echo is more banging and more effective for the dub.
    The ratio quality price is right.
    Possder A must if you are fans of vintage hot (50's - 70's)
    To avoid if looking for something shiny.
    My Lexicon (MXP1, MPX 100) teinds often since I have this machine ...
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  • jazzidjazzid

    Vermona RETROVERBPublished on 04/30/07 at 17:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Spring Reverb stereo that integrates vca, vcf, envelope generator and eq2 bands
    2 input jack, two jack outputs
    resume to the pedal control, gate etc.
    Button for a crash of thunder strokes it avoids putting a shot in the foot to reproduce this effect.
    9v power supply transformer

    UTILIZATION

    Using a very simple input gain an output
    control reverb depth, approx generator very useful for reverb shorten the duration

    SOUND QUALITY

    Then the c's that I want to say that the reverb level color is unlike nickel has different opinions, I have more reverb with a akg bx 20e, an akg bx 5, a Roland SRE 555, brief as the spring in the sound and Believe me I test without being reverb......
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    Spring Reverb stereo that integrates vca, vcf, envelope generator and eq2 bands
    2 input jack, two jack outputs
    resume to the pedal control, gate etc.
    Button for a crash of thunder strokes it avoids putting a shot in the foot to reproduce this effect.
    9v power supply transformer

    UTILIZATION

    Using a very simple input gain an output
    control reverb depth, approx generator very useful for reverb shorten the duration

    SOUND QUALITY

    Then the c's that I want to say that the reverb level color is unlike nickel has different opinions, I have more reverb with a akg bx 20e, an akg bx 5, a Roland SRE 555, brief as the spring in the sound and Believe me I test without being reverb sound engineer, the Vermona is ideal for the dub is what I chercais for a long time and I'm not disappointed, great price level already not breathing, Ideally, the booster with a back to eq the treble eq true because c is no more, and you get a drop of the famous spring water has the king tubby, the snare or rim shot or scratch what whoua fishing, I even went further I also added a 18db filter behind it, and even more crazy, it is true that after I made more style then dub c for a personal opinion Other funky organ or go in as it sounds.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Reverb well adapted to any style (experimental)
    has to have these effects take little space, and very beautiful with it's wooden side,
    value for the right price
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  • aldubdeealdubdee

    Gonna ...

    Vermona RETROVERBPublished on 11/29/10 at 23:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    ditto ditto

    UTILIZATION



    SOUND QUALITY

    idem

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for the dub, it is effective but not everywhere .. I appreciate the Skanks (it sounds good to the old one), some snares, for brass, synths and hi-hat I prefer the Korg stage echo (its finest, and least severe).
    They fit very well in a dub set! I use rarely VCF / VCA, it makes me think that I never try to bypass the reverb and by the VCA / VCF as an insert on a group ... trying ..

    Set in a dub, so it's a machine that can be envisaged, but at this price, I think he means to find better (tape delay / spring reverb) ... ...
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    ditto ditto

    UTILIZATION



    SOUND QUALITY

    idem

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for the dub, it is effective but not everywhere .. I appreciate the Skanks (it sounds good to the old one), some snares, for brass, synths and hi-hat I prefer the Korg stage echo (its finest, and least severe).
    They fit very well in a dub set! I use rarely VCF / VCA, it makes me think that I never try to bypass the reverb and by the VCA / VCF as an insert on a group ... trying ..

    Set in a dub, so it's a machine that can be envisaged, but at this price, I think he means to find better (tape delay / spring reverb) ...
    See less
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