Eventide 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.
The newest family member in the Eventide H9 series is Undulator, a tremolo full of "magical" modulation. Like the other H9 series plug-ins, Undulator is available for Windows, Mac and iOS.
Eventide Crystals sends your audio into another dimension with reverse granular delays, pitch shifters and 100 seconds of reverb. The H9 series plug-in is now on sale for a limited time.
Eventide has ported its Rotary Mod iOS app to macOS and Windows. The latest of the H9 series plug-ins simulates the classic Leslie rotary speaker cabinet with additional modulation.
Originating with the rackmount Eclipse and ripped straight from the H9 Harmonizer hardware units, Mangledverb combines reverb and distortion for an edgy space processor.
Eventide's H9 effect platform is good choice for players that like variety in the available sound palette - its 50th algorithm is a monophonic synth effect covering 70s and 80s synths.
Right 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.
A pretty dirty little update for all you H9 owners and one that certainly adds some very much needed fuzz to the mix.
Last week at the 140th AES Convention in Paris, Eventide were seen with a new multi-channel effects processor. Boasting high DSP power and modern connectivity, what is it?