Erica Synths Sequential Switch (SS) has unique control interface that allows you to pause, skip and merge steps and set sequence length, but what really sets it apart from other sequential switches is Gate output - when used with ADSR and VCA, you get a really powerful sequencer with real time control over each sound source in the sequence. Use Sequential Switch with random clock source and you get a heart of insane random, self-generating patches!
The Acidbox III has adjustable input gain, therefore it works with various sound sources - guitars, units with line level signals (synthesizers, grooveboxes, etc.) and modular synths. Configurable control input allows you to connect a bypass footswitch, expression pedal, external cut-off control voltage source and LFO synchronization trigger. This makes the Acidbox an ideal companion in almost every production or live performance setup.
This module emulates classic monophonic and duophonic synth behaviour, it can also be configured for use in two independent MIDI channels. Bonus features - MIDI clock output and analogue glide circuit on both channels.
Erica Black series are high-end modules with unique functionality. Only the highest quality components are used and all inputs and outputs are protected against undesired overvoltage. When designing the Black Series, we did not economise on the module width, we put design and usability first. Big knobs are assigned to functions that make difference in sound. Together the Erica Black series are a range of modules that make an entire synthesizer.
In order to save rack space, Erica Synths designed a compact mixer with a lot of cool, performance oriented features.
Check out also the Black Pre-fade Listen Expander that is a satellite module to Erica Synths Black Stereo Mixer!
Erica Black series are high-end modules with unique functionality. Only the highest quality components are used and all inputs and outputs are protected against undesired overvoltage. When designing the Black Series, they did not economise on the module width, and put design and usability first. Big knobs are assigned to functions that make difference in sound. Together the Erica Black series are a range of modules that make an entire synthesiser.
Fusion Box lowpass filtering is fully adjustable from none to extreme for a really deep bass sound. A special feature, not found in other contemporary stompboxes or effect units, is the Vintage Stereo Ensemble.
The Vintage Stereo Ensemble provides the classic "stereo ensemble" effect, found on many vintage synthesizers from almost any brand and make. In stereo ensemble effect, the delayed, processed and filtered sound is added back to the dry (mono) audio with inverted phase for one channel, and direct phase in the other. This gives it the distinct and unique moving character, different from that obtained with chorus effects. However, use of inverted phase in stereo field also adds certain peculiarities to watch out for. For example, when such stereo audio is played back on an older "surround" decoding sound system, ensemble effect sound may move to the rear sound channel. Also, if the output gets mixed back to mono, the effect may disappear. This also applies to mono subwoofer systems, or speakers that are placed too close. This is normal, and occurs with any similar vintage stereo ensemble processing. In this case and if such oddities are undesirable, to avoid mono mixing issues, you can choose to use only one of the output channels, or use two separate ensemble processors for left and right channels.
Fusionbox has adjustable input gain, therefore it works with various sound sources - guitars, units with line level signals (synthesizers, grooveboxes, etc.) and modular synths. Footswitch allows to switch on or bypass effects making Fusionbox ideal for guitar players.
What sets Erica Synths MIDI <-> Clock module apart from others is that it works BOTH WAYS - it derives analogue clock from MIDI messages AND you can flip a switch and turn incoming analogue clock to MIDI clock and sync your MIDI devices to your modular. For more versatility the module can be used with several incoming clock PPQs, plus, divisions and multiplications of incoming clock are available straight away.
- Three audio inputs, one output
- 3U Eurorack module, 3 HP wide, 35 mm deep
- Diode protection against overvoltage
- Power consumption: 4 mA at +12 V and 4 mA at -12 V
You can also upload your own drums (samples) on it using the programmer device.
This means that you have certain control over randomness. Pico MASK can play key role in self-generating music, work as CV processor, waveshaper and bitcrusher - your imagination is the limit!
Small, yet versatile envelope plus VCA, the Pico Modulator is an envelope generator with AD and ASR modes. The circuit can work with linear or exponential curve shapes. Thanks to its loop function, the module is also usable as a LFO. Furthermore, the Pico Modulator comes equipped with a VCA, which is controlled by the envelope.
Use it for splitting CV, audio and/or clock signals without interference among output signals and loosing signal strength.
3.5mm stereo output jack allows you to connect the Pico System directly to virtually any speaker system or line input. Even in your car.
Despite the small size it's easy to program, and most importantly - up to 16 patterns can be saved in memory and instantly recalled.
The module is used to create four trigger sequences which can be up to sixteen steps long. The pattern length can be set for each track - polyrhythmic use is totally easy to accomplish!
Patterns are created solely with a web based pattern generator and are loaded to one of the eight memory slots via the clock input in a special mode. The pattern generator is neither an app nor a special program but a website and thus works with every computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone with internet connection.
The Pico Trigger has an integrated clock generator but it can be synchronized to an external clock, depending whether the clock socket acts as an input or output.
As result you get a filter for great acid basslines, screaming resonance sweeps and deep wobbles.
CV Expander doesn't require a power supply, it draws power from the Sequential Switch. Refer to the picture below on how to connect both modules! Sequential Switch CV Expander is connected to the Sequential Switch via IN/OUT jack switching lugs, which means that if you patch something into IN/OUT jack, the relevant input gets disconnected from the CV Expander. If you use SS with CV Expander connected to sequence sound sources, make sure, you skip all steps that are not used (no patch cables connected)! If you do not do that, the DC from the CV Expander will get into the audio path and you will hear an undesired click.