Erica Synths Delay & Reverb Modules

US Black Stereo Reverb and the Black Stereo Delay 2 launch      06/10/23

Erica Synths believes that their new Black Stereo Reverb and the Black Stereo Delay 2 will significantly expand the FX palette on any modular system. A spokesperson told us, "Instead of a generic multi-FX approach, we decided to develop dedicated modules with extended controls over the most important parameters – FX design powerhouses."

Here's more details directly from the company...

The modules run on new Erica Synths DSP hardware and the effects are developed in collaboration with Dutch company 112.dB who make some of the most beautiful sounding effects.

The Erica Synths Black Stereo Delay is a hi-fi stereo delay with a lot of unique features based on our custom DSP engine. Tape, BBD and digital delay emulations with three modes, each accompanied with delay time, feedback, feedback tone and stereo spread controls allow for designing extremely delicate effects. CV control over various parameters and the ability to save up to 10 presets will make this module an integral part of any performance rack.

The Erica Synths Black Reverb is a versatile hi-fi stereo FX module with lots of unique features based on our custom DSP engine. The reverb sources are selectable Tape, BBD and "dirty BBD" digital; emulations with three modes, each – Room, Hall and Cathedral. Delicate room size control, feedback, feedback tone and stereo spin controls allow for designing extremely delicate reverberation effects. CV control over various parameters and the ability to save up to 10 presets will make this module an integral part of any performance rack.

Features

  • Reverb based on Tape, BBD and digital delay lines
  • Three room sizes
  • Manual and triggered FREEZE with 1V/oct tracking
  • 10 preset patches
  • CV control over size, feedback, tone, dry/wet mix and preset selection
  • Adjustable stereo spin

Pricing and Availability:
280 Euros each.

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