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Artist Profile: Siegfried Meier

Artist Profile: Siegfried Meier

I recently had the opportunity to talk with Juno Award winning producer, engineer, mixer and songwriter Siegfried Meier of Beach Road Studios in Ontario, Canada.  We discussed using Eventide plug-ins in his mixes and how they aid the creativity of his productions.

Pedals with the Pros: Sarah Lipstate

Sarah Lipstate

Sarah Lipstate helps us launch an a new monthly interview feature where we talk tech with imaginative guitar pedal users.

AES 2017: One for the Books

AES 2017: One for the Books

Jack Impink here again, fresh off the boat from the 143rd AES Convention. This was actually my first AES Convention, and I believe this was an excellent one to start with. I’ll definitely be going again in the future. What a blast!

News from the Lab: H9000 Part 1

Hello! My name is Jack Impink. I am an electronic musician by trade, working with both gear and software. I like to use older equipment alongside programs like Max/MSP to see what kind of odd sounds will be produced. I’ve been working in the Eventide Labs beta testing the H9000, and I can’t wait to show you what I’ve been finding so far.

Hit the Low End - H9 as a Bass Pedal

Hit the Low End - H9 as a Bass Pedal

With effects algorithms from distortion to delay to pitch-shifting and beyond, the H9 is a pedal that pretty much does it all. In the past, we’ve showcased the H9 on guitar - but it’s an equally mean machine on bass.

CU @ Summer NAMM!

In just a few days, we'll be on the road to Nashville for Summer NAMM! This year, we'll be unveiling a new plug-in and conducting demos of our upcoming eurorack module. We will also be giving away a limited edition Copper H9 Max. Even if you're not at the show, you'll be able to enter the contest via our website beginning July 13th. If you're in Nashville between July 13th - 15th, stop by our booth #1135 at the Music City Center or join us every night for the Mothertone Mother of All Hangs afterparty at Big Shots. 

An Introduction to Structural Effects™

structural effects split controls

A new method for splitting audio into two separate streams -  transient and tonal. These two streams can then be independently processed, manipulated and generally messed with. Then these components can then be recombined to produce a new sound. 

RIP Ham Brosious

We reflect on the passing of a dear friend of Eventide, and one of the most influential people in the history of audio. 

Gear Club Episode VI: Return of the Jedi

Richard Factor

As a young man, our founder, Richard Factor landed a job with the world's biggest AM top forty radio station, WABC, NY. He built these things...