Erica Synths has just released two new Eurorack modules, the Black Stereo Delay2 and Black Stereo Reverb. The two new modules run on Erica Synths’ new DSP hardware and the the effects were developed in collaboration with Dutch company 112.dB.com.
In addition to a digital delay, the Black Stereo Delay 2 provides Tape and BBD emulations. Each type has three separate settings, and up to ten presets can be stored directly on the module. Delay time, feedback, wet/dry mix, tone, and stereo spread characteristics all have dedicated knobs, and the effects can be synced to either an input clock signal or an internal tap tempo switch. CV signals can also be used to regulate the delay time, feedback, tone, mix, and preset selection of the device.
The Black Stereo Reverb utilises the same panel structure as the delay and offers three possibilities for each of the Tape, BBD, and “dirty BBD” digital effects: Room, Hall, and Cathedral. Room size, feedback, wet/dry mix, tone, and stereo spin characteristics are all controllable manually. A central button also has a freeze function. Once more, CV inputs give users control over a variety of processes, including preset selection, size, feedback, tone, and mix.
Key Specs – Both Modules
- CV input range: -5 to +5 V
- Power consumption: 120mA positive, 39mA negative
- Module width: 12HP
- Module depth: 35
Both the Black Stereo Delay2 and the Black Stereo Reverb are set to ship around 10 October.
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