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December 03, 2006
Review
  It’s like having eight stereo engines running at once. One unit is typically dedicated to reverb and the rest of the units are then used, to varying degrees, for delays and pitch shifting.
October 06, 2006
Artist Profiles
Anthology II adds new dimension to sound designer's palette: As part of his renowned sound design and development company, Soundelux, Scott Gershin is always looking for novel ways to create sound environments that are engaging and capture a viewer’s attention. Part of his method for creating just such an environment is constantly experimenting with new digital tools...
October 04, 2006
Artist Profiles
Hassell and bass player Peter Freeman both employ H8000FWs to enhance their sound live on tour Peter Freeman has been an Eventide user since 1994. Beginning with the DSP4000 that he used extensively as the bass player on Seal's 1994 tour, Freeman has been experimenting with and utilizing different Eventide products ever since. On the most recent European tour with...
September 07, 2006
Artist Profiles
Long-time Depeche Mode writer/programmer uses Anthology II plug-ins on a variety of new projects Known for his long time association and programming, production and writing with Depeche Mode, programmer/producer Andrew Phillpott has been involved with a number of musical projects over the course of his storied tenure in the business. During this time, Phillpott has...
April 24, 2006
Artist Profiles
Film post guru finds many of his favorite Eventide effects in plug-in form. Now finishing work on the upcoming film "Stand By Your Man," Academy Award winning sound designer Frank Serafine is getting the chance to work with some of Eventide's classic effects in their new plug-in form. An Eventide user since 1978, Frank most recently upgraded to Anthology II in March...
April 06, 2006
Artist Profiles
Acclaimed producer uses Anthology II plug-ins on film scoring, soundesigning, and remixing projects Sebastian Arocha Morton is a busy man. In addition to running his ROCASound Studios in Burbank, California, the acclaimed producer also stays busy doing film scoring, soundesigning and remixing. To give each of his projects a unique sound not heard anywhere else,...
March 21, 2006
Artist Profiles
Chop Shop owner/producer Scott Humphrey uses award-winning plug-in bundle to produce Rob Zombie's latest album The latest Eventide bundle, Anthology II, has been put into service at The Chop Shop, a predominantly analog studio, owned by producer Scott Humphrey. There, Rob Zombie's latest album is being produced by Humphrey and engineered by Chris Baseford, using the...
March 21, 2006
Artist Profiles
Iceland National Broadcast Service looks to Reverb 2016 for natural sound processing during live transmissions Iceland's National Broadcast Service, RUV, has incorporated the Eventide Reverb 2016 in its primary broadcast station in Reykjavík, Iceland. A long-time user of Eventide's H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer, RUV has...
February 01, 2006
Artist Profiles
Versatile processor proves flexible tool for re-mastering projects Universal Mastering Studios (UMS) East, a division of the world’s leading music company, Universal Music Group, has relocated to a new facility in midtown Manhattan with all new studios and new gear, including the industry’s most powerful effects processor: the Eventide H8000A. “The Eventide H8000A is...
January 19, 2006
Artist Profiles
Michael Ward-Bergeman deploys the Eclipse on North Country soundtrack as well as live and studio work Berklee graduate Michael Ward-Bergeman mastered the accordion and took it to another level with credits that include performances on the film score for North Country and the recent Grammy-nominated Deutsche Grammophon recording of Osvaldo Golijov’s Ayre. Transcending...
January 15, 2006
Artist Profiles
The Perishers' FOH engineer Daniel Nygaard brings his new Eventide H8000A Ultra-Harmonizer on the road for the Swedish band's stateside album debut, opening for Sarah McLachlan, Tracy Bonham, and Aqualung When front of house (FOH) engineer Daniel Nygaard prepared to tour with The Perishers in the United States, he knew he would have to do more with less. Touring in...
October 07, 2005
Artist Profiles
Veteran sound designer uses Eventide Ultra-Harmonizer® to enhance the independent film "Two Weeks" by creating an integral room soundscape, generated entirely by Eventide's legendary effects Emmy Award winning sound designer Jay Rose has mastered the art of crafting unique sound effects and textured soundscapes out of thin air. After recently upgrading his Eventide...
July 05, 2005
Artist Profiles
 Relies on Anthology for a wide range of Eventide signature effects Throughout his career and long professional relationship with jazz legend Herbie Hancock, veteran engineer Khaliq Glover has always adopted the latest in audio technology. It comes as no surprise that Glover extensively used the Eventide Anthology plug-ins bundle for the...
June 27, 2005
Artist Profiles
Veteran guitar virtuoso Peter Frampton adds Eventide Eclipse to permanent guitar rig combining a legendary performer with legendary effects In an announcement that reunites two music legends of the past three decades, Eventide today announced that artist Peter Frampton added Eventide Eclipse™ effects processors to his permanent guitar rig. The announcement...
May 27, 2005
Artist Profiles
Anthology, the comprehensive plug-in bundle, allowed the duo to reproduce the legendary sounds of Eventide's classic hardware with the versatility of a plug-in interface New technology may come about continuously, but an industry standard is timeless. That is why veteran UK-based producers Nigel Bates and Ben Fenner recently chose the Eventide Anthology plug-ins...
May 27, 2005
Artist Profiles
Anthology plug-in bundle is now an indispensable part of the legendary Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, California Fantasy Studios, the premiere recording and production studio in Berkeley for a quarter of a century, has long been a destination for musicians, as well as film, and broadcast productions. Its high traffic and lofty client roster keep its four studios in...
May 23, 2005
Artist Profiles
Twisting powerful technologies to fit the creative process is nothing new to King Crimson's Trey Gunn, the virtuoso of unique stringed instruments and multimedia productions. It comes as no surprise that Gunn recently added an Eventide Eclipse™ effects processor as an integral part of his production arsenal,...
April 17, 2004
Corporate
The infamous instance of "wardrobe malfunction" resonated in scenic Little Ferry last week when print journalists and television crews discovered the role Eventide plays in keeping America safe from profanity. Beginning with The Miami Herald and ending with the international Financial Times, Eventide talked with and hosted reporters, press photographers, and...