Get the sound of Eventide hardware effects on your iPhone or iPad with this newly released standalone, Audio Unit and IAA-compatible app.
Famously used by Bryan May, the Omnipressor has remained popular among some of the world's leading producers and engineers. Now it's back in plug-in form.
Running on your iOS device as standalone apps or plug-ins, these three processors from Eventide will help you produce music on the move. Hollin Jones tried them out.
Heard on classic tracks by Bowie, Cyndi Lauper and many more, Eventide brings the sound of the Instant Flanger to your DAW with this competitively priced new plug-in.
Now when you buy an Apogee Ensemble or Elements audio interface (for the next 6 months) you'll qualify for 20+ Eventide plugins free for 6 months.
This month's plugin collective offer from Focusrite includes EQuivocate plug-in 100% FREE and a 50% discount off Eventide’s Elevate Mastering Bundle from 5 July to 6 September 2018.
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!