The Erica Synths Syntrx II, a monophonic analog synthesizer, stays true to its modular design, drawing inspiration from the 1970s EMS synthesizer, notably the AKS version.
Its layout, reminiscent of the EMS, features a prominent matrix with LED visuals for electronic connections. A sleek, nearly square desktop model, it boasts a black metal exterior and refined wooden sides, housing distinct components delineated by frames. Comprising three oscillators, filters, envelope generators, a modulation joystick, effects, and more, its extensive feature set allows vast creativity when fully patched through the matrix. With ample connectivity via large jacks for outputs, audio, CV, gate inputs, MIDI, and power supply, this synthesizer offers a spacious, well-labeled interface, merging retro aesthetics with modern functionality.
In this video, Stefan gives you a detailed explanation of all the features, and has prepared some audio demos for you.