As its name suggest, the Acidbox is great for imparting squealing resonant sweeps and meaty low-end boosts, but its usefulness goes beyond beefing-up basslines. Erica provide some good example settings in the manual to show off what it can do. In synth follower mode, the Acidbox can make even the thinnest of instrument sources sound like a gritty ’70s analogue system. Drum follower is similarly good for adding weight to lifeless beats. Crank up the resonance and modulation and the Acidbox becomes a sound source in its own right, capable of sci-fi effects and looping modulated weirdness.