PERfourMER MKII consists of four full-fledged monophonic synthesizers (synth channels) that can be combined at will to create unusual or classic sounds. The synthesizer channel The analogue oscillator with five wave forms plus a noise generator builds the sound foundation that is then passed to the musical 24-dB-lowpass filter with adjustable resonance, followed by the discrete built VCA to shape its volume contour. Modulation sources are a flexible syncable LFO and the envelope generator with controls for Attack, Decay, Sustain and Release. Using these controls alone, you may effortlessly create a diversity of sounds of highest excellence. And in order to make this sonic journey as easy as possible, PERfourMER MKII offers individual controls for each function. Combine to be different PERfourMER MKII’s true potential lies within the combination of its multiple synthesizer channels. Whether you use reciprocal frequency modulation, synchronization, different PLAYMODES or, ideally, all of these functions combined. Possibilities are endless and it is you to decide to use PERfourMER MKII as a four voice synthesizer or as an orchestra of individual instruments. Digital or analogue control PERfourMER MKII is equipped with a MIDI-interface. But what if you prefer using an analogue sequencer with CV- and Gate outputs? No problem! As an option on new orders, we can supply your PERfourMER MKII with additional corresponding additional inputs. An instrument built to last forever Every PERfourMER MKII is carefully produced, adjusted, tested and packed by hand in our electroacoustic manufactory in Erlbach, Germany. Only by doing so, we live up to our own quality demands and can deliver a dependable instrument to you.
...sole purpose of utilizing its sine wave for sub ass and percussive sounds. I know I have investigated the Vermona Perfourmer MKII (VP) in the past but am now very seriously considering it. Its a bit of a strange beast, lacking many features that most modern instruments offer, but it also checks an awful...
Noodling around for a few minutes with just the Perfourmer MK2, a D7 delay and a Dimension D. Every time I play with it I marvel how they did this, with just a switch mode PSU, all surface mount parts and lot's of "bad" monolytic op amps. :synth:
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