Erica Synths Fusion Delay/Flanger/Vintage Ensemble module is distinct multifunctional analogue effects module that combines BBD chip based effects with an adjustable tube overdrive in the delay output and feedback path for extra thickness of sound.

For more flexibility, lowpass filtering is fully adjustable from none to extreme. Special feature, not found in eurorack, is Vintage Stereo Ensemble – effect that’s common on vintage synthesizers to create moving and thick spatial sound from a monaural tone generator, be it FM, DCO or any other kind. Such a spatial effect is achieved by mixing dry source with delayed and lowpass filtered out of phase signal.

All Fusion modules by default are configured to work with regular eurorack PSU.

Due to the fact that cold tube heaters have lower resistance, Fusion modules have significant power consumption peak at startup, when power consumption almost doubles for 1-2 seconds. This is not a problem with linear PSUs that have power inertia, but may cause switching PSU internal protection turn off the power supply. Please make sure your PSU has some headroom before installing multiple Fusion modules.

Price: 375EUR
+ 21% VAT for individual customers in EU without EU VAT registration number + shipping
 
If you need a 6 to 6 pin  power cable included to your order (suitable for 6VAC PSU) , please write that in the comment section during checkout process.

 

Technical specifications:

Audio input signal level

up to 20V ptp

Max delay time SHORT setting

20ms

Max delay time LONG setting

200ms

LFO range

0.1Hz – 30Hz

Power supply

bipolar +-12V , eurorack standard 

Power consumption

Eurorack PSU configuration: 35mA@+12V, 170mA@-12V        

(NB – start-up power consuption for few seconds is -250mA)

Module width

20HP

Module depth

35mm

 

Erica Fusion Delay/Flanger/Vintage Ensemble on Modulargrid

 


MusicTech: In aesthetics and sound, this is a great module, but will appeal more to synthesists looking for that true analogue sound, which is surely the whole point... 9/10! (MusicTech.net, NOV2016)