January 13, 2016 – Little Ferry, NJ – The 2016 NAMM Show in Anaheim, California will be special for Eventide as they celebrate the H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer® being inducted into the TEC Awards Hall of Fame! From its creation in 1986, through this day, the H3000 is considered the holy grail of multi-effects and has been heard on countless records, worldwide.
In addition to honoring the past, Eventide is excited to announce that their H9 MAX stompbox has been nominated for a TEC Award for Outstanding Technical Achievement in the category of Musical Instrument Amplification & Effects. The H9 MAX Harmonizer Effects Processor contains every Eventide stompbox algorithm, plus the award winning CrushStation. Considered a dream pedal board that can fit in a glove box, the H9 MAX has selectable routing and can be controlled via BlueTooth.
While past acknowledgements are endearing, Eventide is all about the next step which, in this case, pays homage to Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. SpaceTime is Eventide’s new multi-effect algorithm that combines modulation, two delays, and reverb into one easy to use effect. The delays are based on Eventide’s Vintage Delay algorithm from the TimeFactor pedal and the reverb section draws from both the Plate algorithm in Eventide’s Space pedal, as well as Eventide’s UltraReverb native plug-in. Unique to SpaceTime is the ability to route the delays and reverb in series or parallel after modulation, further adding to its versatility and creative applications.
Eventide invites everybody to their booth #5971 to check out the stompboxes as well as their new plug-in bundle, Anthology X. This tour de force of digital audio processing is comprised of 17 mixing, mastering, and multi-effect plug-ins based on 40 years of Eventide studio mainstays like the H910, H949, H3000 and Omnipressor®. With newly designed graphics and feature enhancements, the plug-ins have been redesigned from the ground up to more closely recreate the sound of the original hardware. Most importantly, they’re now available for the first time ever in native AAX, AU, and VST formats.
“We’ve spent countless hours modeling the analog and early digital circuitry from our groundbreaking H910 and H949 Harmonizers, which has resulted in new plug-ins which more closely capture the unique character of these classic designs,” said Dan Gillespie, Eventide Engineer.
For over 40 years, Eventide has remained at the forefront of recording technology. In 1975 they revolutionized the audio industry by creating the world’s first commercially available digital audio effects unit. Since then their legendary studio processors have been heard on countless hit records.
For more information, please visit Eventide’s website at www.eventideaudio.com
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