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Discover random melodies through Vermona’s meloDICER - an endless pattern generator with an advanced quantizer.
The meloDICER is all you need for easygoing, playful, and joyful pattern generation. It is a fantastic device for anyone, from experienced orchestra performers to someone who simply figured out that a piano has black and white keys. It allows you to create a whole sequence with an intuitive user interface that corresponds to the highest musical standards at every step of real-time production.
Choose the note length of your pattern with Note Value. Slide any of the twelve illuminated semitone faders to set the probability of a certain note. Bam, it's that easy!
Adjust the odds of chosen notes with Variation. At its center position, it is off and bounces between longer to shorter. Variation and Note Value are linked parameters and generate diverse rhythm sequences. Then find the octave range that fits your needs, whether it's a bassline, chord progression, lead melody, or drum set. Enhance melodiousness with some legato to allow the notes to be smoothly connected.
As composer Claude Debussy once said, “Music is the silence between the notes.” The Rest knob makes this silence possible, as it turns off some of the notes. Put the entire pattern to sleep at the 100% position. The pattern length of 16 steps can be altered at the start and end points with LED visualization on the rotary encoder.
Vermona’s module can play looped or randomized melodies, rhythms, or both. This is selected using the Dice buttons or controlled via voltage. It can operate in several modes, such as a sequencer or quantizer for external CV. A good clock ensures that everything stays in time during jamming or performances. You can use doubled CV and Gate inputs to control some of the parameters or easily change them manually by referring to the legend. Save it on 16 memory slots, which are available to save all random values and control settings of your pattern.
Its stochastic engine gives you what makes music feel so real—a pinch of accident, a message from another realm, a hint of the divine...
- CV and gate sequencer for one voice
- Probability-based pattern generation
- Rest for pauses
- Octave selection
- Two assignable CV inputs
|Power consumption +12V:||150|
|Power consumption -12V:||50|
The current Vermona Elektroakustische Manufaktur derives directly from the nationally owned company Vermona in the former GDR, which was specialized in electronic music instruments and accessories for decades in the same location, in Erlbach (Saxony).