The standalone, hardware drum machine with sequencer from Erica Synths, Bassline DB-01 synthesiser, does more than just bass... Take a listen and decide whether to get yours in just a couple of weeks.
Collaboration between Erica Synths and engineers from Riga Technical University results in a new kind of user interface that inspires users to explore the sonic universe with SYNTRX.
From basslines and rave sounds to massive drones and drums - the Erica Synths Bassline DB-01 synthesizer lets you explore new territories of sound and performance techniques.
Focus will shift towards affordable kits aimed at learning the basics of electronics '" but the remaining DIY kits are now 15% off.
The sale starts on 20th of December and will go on until the end of the year - 31st of December 2019. Grab these discounts while you can.
The new Zen Delay is the first music hardware FX unit ever produced by an electronic label. It offers the best of analog and digital with stereo dub delay. It's at home in the studio or in a live rig.
Erica Synths has released two new modules and announced the availability of its modules in VCV format for free. Here's the details.
Upgrade and expand your Eurorack system with these updates and new modules from Erica Synths, all available now.
Black Sequencer, Black Spring Reverb, Black Stereo Delay and Black Input are among new offerings from the Latvian synth design experts.
Fusion VCO V2 is designed to deliver earthshaking basslines and drones, along with flexible, distinct features.
With two transistor sub oscillators, it can also provide aggressive distortion for percussive sounds. Here's the details.
Geared towards live performance and sound shaping, the latest additions to Erica Synths' family look and sound great, and they're reasonably priced. Here's the details.
One of the most highly anticipated eurorack modules as part of the Erica Synths Techno System is the new Sample Drum Module. Here's what you need to know.
Erica Synths releases its ultimate tool for rhythm-based music production. And we have to say, it looks and sounds like a very serious electronic music system indeed.
The latest synth module from Erica Synths allows you to draw in your own waveforms with hardware encoders. But Scott Riesterer found out there's even more to it than that...