Erica Synths wishes to support the people of Ukraine by donating all of its income from a range of products so you can buy cool stuff and help Ukraine at the same time.
Music for Peace
Erica Synths is based out of Riga in Latvia, which shares a border with Russia and Belarus. The company has announced that it will donate all of its income, both manufacturing costs and profit, from a range of products to support the people of Ukraine. The donations will be made to Ziedot.lv, Latvia’s biggest charity agency and Erica Synths will be completely transparent about all the payments made.
The products in question are the Black Digital Noise, Black Dual EG/LFO, Sequential Switch II and Snazzy FX Mini Ark, Wow & Flutter, and Tracer City. The donating will continue until all the stock is sold out.
Update: Erica Synths has now added the Graphic VCO and Plasma Drive Eurorack modules.
Black Digital Noise
Unique noise module that sucks together white noise with chiptune-style console one-bit noise and other bits of crazy. More information here.
Black Dual EG/LFO
Two complete ADSR envelopes and a pair of LFOs with unique abilities. More information here.
Sequential Switch V2
You can switch and sequence up to eight sound sources or route a single source to eight destinations. More information here.
Snazzy FX Tracer City
Analogue modulation with filter, oscillator, envelope follower and FM capability. More information here.
Snazzy FX Mini-Ark
Guitar synth and tracking pedal that can work with all sorts of audio inputs for different effects. More information here.
Snazzy FX Wow & Flutter
A beautiful looking delay device that can do everything from thickening to out of body experiences. More information here.
Ukraine is in crisis
If you’re not in need of these products but are keen to support the humanitarian efforts in Ukraine then please consider donating to the Red Cross here.
- Erica Synths modules to support Ukraine: Erica Synths
- Erica Synths Graphic VCO and Plasma: Erica Synths
- Erica Synths pedals to support Ukraine: Erica Synths