AS 3046D NPN Transistor Array
The AS3046 consists of five general purpose silicon NPN transistors on a common monolithic substrate.
Dual VC State-variable Filter AS 3350
The AS 3350 is a dual voltage controlled state-variable filter intended for electronic musical instruments and other signal processing applications. Each filter provides both voltage control of center/cut-off frequency over more than 12 octaves and voltage control of resonance.
AS 2164 Quad VCA in DIP-16 case 1 pc
AS2164 contains four independent voltage controlled amplifiers (VCAs).
Dual Voltage Controlled Amplifier AS 3330
The AS 3330 is a dual, high performance, voltage controlled amplifier intended for electronic musical instrument and professional audio applications.
AS 3394E Synthesizer voice in SOIC-24 case 1 pc
The AS3394E is a complete analog music synthesizer voice-on-a-chip intended for software control by a microprocessor system.
AS 194H NPN matched transistor
AS194 is the improved version of AS394 (LM394 pin to pin replacement). AS194 has 2x times better current matching, lower offset and higher gain. Please refer to datasheet for details.
AS 13704 Quad OTA 1pc
AS13704 Quad Operational Transconductance Amplifiers (OTA) with linearizing diodes
AS 3372E in SOIC-24 case 1 pc
The AS3372E is a general purpose signal processing device for audio tone sources(VC Mixer, VCF, VCA).
DIY BBD Delay/Flanger
Erica Synths DIY BBD Delay/Flanger is one of the few BBD (bucket brigade delay) chip based DIY modules. The module is designed to provide variety of effects from flanger to delays with adjustable flavours and plenty of modulation possibilities.
Erica Synths DIY Delay is hi-fi delay module with unique functionality typically found on advanced factory-produced units.
Erica Synths DIY Bassline is a fully analogue synth voice module for ultimate acid basslines. It features highly stable AS3340-based VCO with three wave-forms, a filter inspired by Erica Synths Acidbox and a unique feature - transistor based suboscillator. Accent provides more expression to the bassline by adding volume and slightly opening the VCF.