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Erica Synths SYNTRX will be shipping from May 2020

Back in September, Erica Synths announced its collaborative effort with Riga Tech University to release SYNTRX. It has now been confirmed by Erica Synths that the analogue synth will ship from May 2020, after the company dealt with delays due to COVID-19. In the meantime, Jean-Michel Jarre has voiced his opinion on the synth, hailing … Continue reading Erica Synths SYNTRX will be shipping from May 2020

The spirit of Synthi is back, in the new Erica SYNTRX

It’s the Latvian Synthi that never was – an all-new instrument, not a clone, built around the signature analog matrix. England’s EMS Synthi AKS is simply one of the greatest-ever standalone designs for experimentation. The 1972 instrument inspired Jean Michel Jarre and Pink Floyd. But it’s not a modular – all that sonic possibility is … Continue reading The spirit of Synthi is back, in the new Erica SYNTRX

Erica Synths SYNTRX Analog Synthesizer Offers Modern Take On Classic Synthi AKS

While it has design elements inspired by the classic Synthi AKS, the SYNTRX is a new design that offers an updated take on the original’s patch matrix that promises to not only offer more reliable connections, but to add patch memory. … Read More Erica Synths SYNTRX Analog Synthesizer Offers Modern Take On Classic Synthi … Continue reading Erica Synths SYNTRX Analog Synthesizer Offers Modern Take On Classic Synthi AKS

Erica Synths teams up with Riga Tech University to create SYNTRX

Seven days ago, Analogue Solutions announced its analogue titan, Colossus, inspired by the EMS Synthi 100. Today, Erica Synths, along with Riga Technical University, have introduced their take on one of EMS’ old synths, albeit slightly smaller than Colossus. SYNTRX is based on the Synthi AKS, which EMS released in 1972 and was famously used … Continue reading Erica Synths teams up with Riga Tech University to create SYNTRX