Erica Synths Toms is developed in collaboration with the French company e-licktronick and it's our take on analogue toms circuits adapted for modular systems. Massive, punchy sound, Accent and Tone CV make it distinctively expressive in studio and live performances.
The Drum Sequencer is easy to use, classical X0X style live performance oriented sequencer module that provides the ultimate control over your system. Erica Synths Drum Sequencer might be the last modular sequencer for drums and basslines you will ever have to buy!
Drum Stereo Mixer
Drum Stereo Mixer completes the drum mix and has configurable stereo inputs to receive signals from stereo FX modules and stereo output to interface the modular system with external devices. LEDs next to each input give visual feedback on a signal level.
Erica Synths Drum Mixer with extended headroom and a dedicated drum compressor of unique design keeps each drum sound clearly distinguishable and adds power to the final mix. Bonus feature - effects send output allows to apply external effects to the signals on the first three inputs. LEDs next to each input give visual feedback on the signal level.
Drum Mixer Lite
Erica Synths Drum Mixer Lite is compact version of Drum Mixer. It features extended headroom and a dedicated drum compressor of unique design keeps each drum sound clearly distinguishable and add power to the final mix. Bonus feature - effects send output allows to apply external effects to the signals on the first three inputs. LEDs next to each input give visual feedback on the signal level.
Erica Synths Modulator is an advanced modulation and pitched noise source with focus on rhythmic (but not limited to) compositions in mind. It features two identical syncable to the BPM LFOs/noise sources with selectable morphing waveshapes. LFO frequency can be manually adjustable, as well as they provide frequency divisions and multiplication in Sync mode. Each LFO has two outputs- main one and secondary one with adjustable phase, so you can create evolving modulations. Furthermore, LFOs can be linked to work at the same frequency and the first LFO has built in VCA to control output signal amplitude.