Vermona - twinCussion
The Vermona - twinCussion is a dual-channel drum module that features the classic circuitry of the revolutionary retro-analogue drum synthesizer, the Vermona DRM-1. Being brought to eurorack context, it features voltage controlled parameters and a nice panel design, not to mention that anything from hats, to kicks, to snares can be realised with that.
Vermona - twinCussion is a dual channel drum-synthesizer module. Its components are explicitly designed to create percussive sounds while its flexible interconnections make it a must-have for rhythm based modular systems.
A and B twinCussion offers two sensibly structured sound engines, each consisting of an oscillator (complemented by a noise generator in engine 2), a voltage controlled amplifier and an envelope generator. Both sound engines can be used independently or being combined for more complex sounds. The internal structure can be edited and expanded at will, thanks to the multiple in- and outputs being available.
twinCussion is a versatile sound chameleon. Although its sound engine is specialized in electronic drum sounds, it is not limited to specific instruments of this genre. This module generates pushing bass drums, prominent snares and chirping hi-hats with ease. And there is much more to twinCussion if using a little creative patching. Unleash numerous sounds like wooden clicks, metallic pings and a lot more.
EG1/EG2 trigger threshold: +2 V
EG1/EG2 output levels: +5 V
max. CV input levels: ±5 V
max. output levels VCO A/VCO B: max. output levels noise generator: Maximum Power Consumption
+12 V: 105 mA
–12 V: 70 mA
+5 V: -
Dimensions / Weight
Width/Height: 24 HP (121.5 mm) / 3 U
Depth: 45 mm
Weight: 380 g