13 Results for "Eventide"
04 Aug 2020 in StudioEventide starts off each month with a new effect in its H9 series and has just added ShimmerVerb, a shimmer reverb algorithm borrowed from the H9.
05 May 2020 in StudioEventide's newest H9 series plug-in, MicroPitch, is based on the company's classic H910 harmoniser from the 70's and available at a fantastic introductory price!
05 Nov 2019 in StudioOriginating with the rackmount Eclipse and ripped straight from the H9 Harmonizer hardware units, Mangledverb combines reverb and distortion for an edgy space processor.
28 Jan 2019 in StudioEventide recreated a true classic in every sense of the word - the 1972 Instant Phaser. The first rackmount effects unit ever, Instant Phaser is super old-school and ever so slightly obscure.
01 Oct 2018 in SynthsThere's a bunch of description and specifications for the new 8 and 16 voice polyphonic Moog One synthesizer that appears to be in stock at Sweetwater, but no real images. What's going on?
27 Jun 2018 in SynthsAn unsubstantiated email posted on a forum spills the beans on the spec of what could be a huge polyphonic synthesizer from Moog, probably called the Moog One. Is it real? Hopefully Moog can set us straight.
27 Jan 2018 in StudioKeeping the H9000 company at NAMM is a slave unit, the H9000R, with a front panel that's virtually empty, save for a Networking button, a Power button, and a pair of USB ports.
03 Nov 2017 in StudioRight around Halloween, Eventide is - quite appropriately - announcing the MangledVerb effects plug-in. MangledVerb, which will be available for purchase shortly, combines delay, reverb, and distortion effects.
16 Oct 2017 in SynthsEventide are ignoring the Summer NAMM release of their EuroDDL delay module and are trying again with AES New York, although you probably won't get one until January. Looks like fun though.
20 Mar 2017 in StudioPreSonus have just announced 7 new plug-ins as part of a 'Studio Magic' plug-in bundle for Studio One. But who can access these plugs?
19 Mar 2016 in StudioNow 2 years in the making, Eventide have published a story around this hopeful release in partnership with Tony Visconti.