Germany’s Vermona are no strangers to pure analog devices. Vermona’s 2003 release, the Perfourmer, put four analogue synthesizers in a single rack unit, with the added twist that how they worked together was determined by the user. The Vermona Perfourmer MK2 enables you to combine these ‘channels’ in different ways and play them monophonically or polyphonically. Although the design of each channel is the classic VCO/VCF/VCA structure, the sound palette of this synth is extremely deep. Predictably enough, Vermona promises that the Perfourmer MK2 sounds great, but it also believes that it’s been designed to be straightforward to use.
According to several Vermona Perfourmer 2 reviewers, some users have praised it for the built well; the knobs feel great; the layout is straight forward; the sound is huge, raw, analog and beautiful; Four analogue filter banks thrown in. Also, some users have complained it for the Each synth voice is fairly basic; Unadventurous MIDI spec.
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To restoring the factory settings in your Vermona Perfourmer MK2, just simply power on while simultaneously holding the EDIT and MIDI CH buttons until the corresponding LEDs lights up. The Factory Reset procedure is complete.
Warning! This procedure will affects the EDIT parameters and MIDI channel settings. Do not use this function unless you are certain that you want to do this. Hopefully the article of “Reset a Vermona Perfourmer MK2” was useful.
Reference: Vermona Perfourmer MK2 manual