Eventide's first Eurorack module is the EuroDDL, a multi talented delay unit. In his review, Loopop puts it to the test to find out exactly what it can do...
If you happen to live or visit Lawrence, Kansas in the United States, we'd highly recommend you check out the public library where you'll find an awesome modular synthesizer... or watch these videos.
Eventide's H9 Control App comes to Android via the Google Play Store - another step forward for Android-using musicians and performers.
When you need to go beyond what your DAW's own delay plug-ins can provide, a specialised model like Eventide's UltraTap can be just the ticket. Joe Albano explores this powerful delay effect.
Fission allows you to split a sound into its transient and tonal parts, independently manipulate them using Eventide's world-class effects and then fuse them back together.
Focusrite’s Plug-In Collective brings monthly plug-in deals to registered customers. So, if you're a Focusrite customer this month you can get the Eventide Stereo Room Reverb for free (normally $199).
If you ever needed a reason to buy a Moog analog synthesizer, then this 16 minute video performance might be it. Surely, the best musical demo of both synths to date.
The new Tverb from Eventide uses three virtual microphones with the aim to simulate the reverb of a space. Each mic position can be adjusted and mixed. Joe Albano finds out how well this performs.
Here's a native audio plug-in from Eventide and Tony Visconti that emulates the room sound of the vocal effect of Heroes by David Bowie. And it sounds just like the original Hansa studio!
So, you're looking for a reverb plug-in that is easy to use but provides unprecedented quality? ... And presets from the likes of Richard Devine and Flood? Enter the Blackhole from Eventide.
Eventide describe Blackhole as the secret weapon for Hollywood sound designers and they're giving everyone the opportunity to get hands-on with this reverb plug-in at 75% off until March 31st.
If you want the most desired and respected emulations of outboard music hardware in native software plugin format, then Anthology X from Eventide is going to turn your head as Noah Pred discovers.
Eventide's recent Anthology X bundle includes the H3000 Band Delays plug-in... and now it is available outside of the bundle for just $99 until December 31st 2015. Check out the videos for more info.
Good things come in 3's... but Universal Audio go further with 4 new high quality UAD plug-ins: Eventide Harmonizer, Marshall Bluesbreaker 1962, Marshall Silver Jubilee 2555 & Oxide Tape Recorder.
Comprising 17 plugins, many of which are authentic re-creations of legendary hardware, Eventide tell us sounds from Anthology X have been heard on countless hit records. Excited? We are...