From a now expired auction, via matrixsynth:
“Vintage Analog drum machine with TR style sequencer, made in Germany in 1987. There’s not too much information available on the VERMONA DRM on the internet, so I will provide some of my own background knowledge. It was released in 1987 by a German synthesizer company named Vermona. These days they are best known for their
analog drum module the Vermona DRM-1 MK3. It is the European answer to ROLAND’s TR-X0X and CR-XXXX drum machines.”
You can read more detail on the original post on matrixsynth.
5 thoughts on “CatSynth pic: Vermona DRM Rare Vintage Analog DDR Drum Machine”
Ummm, ummm! That’s some mighty fine looking machine you’ve got there. And that kitty is such a beautiful addition, the way it’s sitting there so regal like. “The Boys” wouldn’t sit still long enough for us. Thanks for stopping by “Kittens n Things” today.
Keep on looking at the carpet and wall there (top pic). Very 70’s/80’s, when orange was ‘in’.
Yeah, the setting definitely has a 1970s look to it 🙂
That background reminds me of a background on a YouTube video I once saw. Yes, I’m a cat and I do YouTube…anyway, it was Daydream Believer by The Monkees–it looks like that–kinda. And I like the kitty in the photo.
thanks for stopping by my blog!
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