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March 03, 2017
Review
Eventide want to change how you think about processing audio... So you could separate the pitched, resonant components of a tom and separate it from the hit, or take fret noise out of a guitar sound, or mangle new sounds entirely. The key is that you can not only divide up the sound into these bits, but put them back together.
March 01, 2017
Review
Space is a masterpiece of exceptional reverb algorithms and offers enough interstellar possibilities to be your go-to ‘verb of choice for a long time to come... The sounds are surreal and beautiful for some of the most majestic shimmer reverb you’ll ever experience. [Overall Rating: 5 Stars] 
March 01, 2017
Review
While this reverb plug-in only simulates one room, it does a great job and is surprisingly versatile when compared to similarly priced IR convolution reverbs available on the market today.
February 28, 2017
Review
Eventide Fission is a seriously great sounding plug-in that stimulates experimentation otherwise not possible. I highly recommend giving it a spin. And kudos to Eventide for really imaginative and creative plug-in development. And for inventing new tools that we didn’t know we needed, and now can’t live without! —Eli Krantzberg
February 27, 2017
Press Release
Eventide Enters New Plug-in Paradigm with Sound-splitting FISSION™ Featuring Structural Effects™ February 27, 2017 — LITTLE FERRY, NJ, US — Recording technology trailblazer Eventide enters a new plug-in paradigm by proudly announcing availability of FISSION — the first product to feature its seminal STRUCTURAL EFFECTS method for cleanly and completely separating the...
February 26, 2017
Review
Eventide’s Ensemble bundle excels in delivering next-gen effects and unique tones that are hard to find elsewhere.  
February 06, 2017
Review
Eventide helped to define the sound of many of the effects we take for granted nowadays, and this bundle can bring all of that mojo to your mixes as well.
—Joe Albano
February 01, 2017
Review
Dan Cooper, Pro Tools Expert Deputy Editor, reviews our Omnipressor plug-in.
Omnipressor is a compressor and expander/gate dynamics plug-in that goes about the business of compression in a very aggressive and shouty way. If you...
January 10, 2017
Press Release
Anaheim, CA — January 10, 2017 — Eventide, entering its 46th year at the cutting edge of audio, will be unveiling a revolutionary new plug-in technology as well as a new algorithm for their TEC Award-winning H9 Harmonizer® at this year’s NAMM show in Anaheim, CA. They will also be conducting demos of their stompboxes at their main booth #5791 as well as demos of...
January 02, 2017
Award
Eventide's Tverb plug-in has been nominated for a NAMM Tec Award for best SIGNAL PROCESSING SOFTWARE (EFFECTS).  For more information visit: https://www.tecawards.org/
December 20, 2016
Press Release
New York, NY — December 20, 2016 — Today, Eventide announced Gear Club, a new podcast featuring veteran audio engineers John Agnello and Stewart Lerman as resident gear experts. The podcast is an informative, unexpurgated look at the art of recording by leading practitioners of the art. With over 60 years of making groundbreaking records and music for film and TV,...
October 25, 2016
Review
...a positively inspirational compositional tool...it’s outstanding, working brilliantly on monophonic synths, guitar, piano, drums and pretty much anything else.
October 18, 2016
Review
...An emulation of a classic creative effect wrapped up with all the convenience of a modern plugin it’s outstanding, working brilliantly on monophonic synths, guitar, piano, drums and pretty much anything else.
September 19, 2016
Press Release
Little Ferry, NJ — September 19, 2016 — Eventide today announced the sale of Quadravox, a four-voice, diatonic pitch-shifting plug-in available for VST/AU/AAX. Developed using technology from Eventide’s flagship H8000FW studio processor, Quadravox includes per-voice controls for delay, detuning, panning and feedback to create everything from otherworldly harmonies to...
August 15, 2016
Review
Tverb's combination of gorgeous reverb, flexible mic positioning and useful dynamics control makes it unique and very special indeed...It's a triumph and Bowie would have been proud.
August 09, 2016
Review
Quirky, exotic and a bit unpredictable, the H910 just sounds beautiful...It's a plugin that really favors experimentation and that can deliver some unexpected results, so don't be afraid to try on things you wouldn't initially expect to work.
August 09, 2016
Award
August 09, 2016
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August 09, 2016
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August 09, 2016
Review
How can you not be excited to see every delay, chorus, flanger, phaser, compressor, EQ, limiter, expander, and sound design tool you ever lusted for in one collection?...Anthology X is a collection of sonic masterpieces and studio staples that span decades. Mixing with this bundle gives new meaning to the phrase “we stood on the shoulders of geniuses.” If your mixes...
August 02, 2016
Review
The H3000 Factory plug-in compares very favourably to the original hardware... It's a joy to have these effects available to users of a wider range of DAWs and at a price point which brings it within reach of even moderately serious users.
July 18, 2016
Review
Tverb’s Meistersaal room simulation is full of character, and being able to sculpt its intrinsic nature in specific ways greatly expands this plug-in’s usefulness. 
July 14, 2016
Review
While you may think this is just for that vocal sound, it’s not at all...Tverb is great-sounding, easy-to-use reverb meets room tool, with a lot of creative options.
July 13, 2016
Review
Eventide is The Godfather of digital effects, having created the first commercially-available digital delays and pitch-shifting boxes as far back as the early 1970s and arguably giving birth to the world’s first multieffects boxes in the process. The Eventide sound can be heard on albums by Queen, Led Zeppelin, John Lennon, and most famously as the sonic...
July 12, 2016
Review
I’d forgotten just how much fun the H910 could be, because of—its mostly lo-fi nature. I always missed the funky effects it could deliver, particularly the “bell tree” effects where a pitch spiraled upward or downward, with the spiral lasting as long as the feedback amount you set. The H910 not only brings back that type of sound, but more.