Erebus and Hades Synths Reissued by Dreadbox
Anyone who missed out on the popular Erebus and Hades synthesizers by Dreadbox now has an opportunity to get their hands on them again, as they have been reissued. Erebus is an all-analog paraphonic synthesizer, and the reissue is a faithful reproduction of the Erebus V1. According to Dreadbox, Erebus is their most unique-sounding analog synthesizer and is back, warmer, and snappier than ever. Dreadbox is an all-analog bass synthesizer, and the reissue is a faithful reproduction of the 2016 Hades.
For those unfamiliar with the synthesizers, Erebus offers two oscillators with two waveforms each and has separate glide controls and a hard sync function. In addition, it features a 2-pole low pass pre-fed filter, one ADSR envelope, and an AR amp envelope. According to Dreadbox, it is snappier than the V1 too. Other features include OTA VCA, a lo-fi delay effect, wide range LFO, and fifteen patch points for an astonishing and spectacular modular experience. It is also compact (42HP Eurorack Format) and USB powered. Check out the video below for more information about the Erebus reissue, or visit the official website for the owner's manual (https://www.dreadbox-fx.com/erebus-reissue/).
Hades offers "monophonic epicness" with a super fat oscillator, two sub-octaves for extra headroom, and a special internal bass boost circuit. It also features a warm filter and drive effect for aggressive sounds. In addition, it has one AD/RS envelope and an AR amp envelope, OTA VCA, wide range triangle LFO, and eleven patch points. Like the Erebus, Hades is compact (42HP Eurorack format) and USB powered. Check out the features and owner’s manual on the official website (https://www.dreadbox-fx.com/hades-reissue/) and watch the video below for more information.
The Erebus reissue will be available in December 2022 at the cost of 479 €, while Hades will be available at the same time for 349 €.