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Pedals with the Pros: Stu G

Stu G

We recently caught up with Nashville based guitarist, songwriter and producer Stu Garrard. As the former guitarist of British band Delirious?, Stu G doesn’t mess around when it comes to pedals. He took some time from his busy schedule, which includes working on a new documentary film called A View From The Hill, to talk with us about his current live setup (which includes 2 H9s!).

Insider News: Android H9 Control, NAMM, GRAMMYS, TEC Awards and yikes, it’s only January

Eventide Insider for January 2018

It’s January and that can only mean one thing — we’re getting ready for NAMM. Eventide will be exhibiting at the Anaheim Convention Center on January 25 - 28th. We are excited to meet our friends at our new booth 4633 in Hall D, where we will have live demos of our soon-to-be-released flagship, the H9000, along with our effects pedals, our new H9 Control Android app, plug-ins and Eurorack delay.

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. 

Remembering the Watkins Glen Festival

Eventide DDL 1745s at Watkins Glen Summer Jam 1973

Eventide recounts how it helped solve one of the biggest problems facing early festival/concerts with its DDL 1745s.

Sculpt Sneak Peek Jam

Sculpt Sneak Peek Jam

Vernon Reid and Andee Blacksugar demonstrate Sculpt, available now for H9 Core, H9, and free for H9 MAX. Sculpt is a multi-band distortion algorithm that provides musicians with a degree of control that would otherwise require 3 or 4 pedals or complex plug-ins. 

Anderson-Ponty Band On Tour

Anderson-Ponty Band On Tour

The Anderson-Ponty band will begin a tour supporting their 2016 CD/DVD release "Better Late Than Never" on April 28th in Tuscon Arizona. The two music legends—and early Eventide adopters—Jon Anderson and Jean Luc Ponty, along with their supporting band, will be performing new music along with classics with new arrangements.

Eventide and the Sound Effects for "Dune"

The sound effects in the 1984 movie Dune were rendered using Eventide products

After a bit of research today it turns out that at least our Harmonizer®, Instant Flanger™ and delay effect units did indeed play a part in the movie "Dune." Check out how.

Using Eventide Effects for Movie Sound Design

Marcelo Cyro has worked for more than 15 years as a sound designer and engineer. He and his partner, Pedro Lima, worked on sound for the Brazilian movie, The Boy and the World, which has won awards at over 40 film festivals and was recently nominated for an Oscar® in the category of Animated Feature Film.

Exploring SpaceTime

Exploring SpaceTime

Einstein reportedly once defined "crazy" as repeating the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. At Eventide we call that "delay," but you can call it whatever you like. It’s all relative, right? And thus, we humbly offer our own proof of the theory of General Relativity on (or about) the 100th anniversary of its publication: SpaceTime. The SpaceTime algorithm contains three custom-built effects that can help you further your studies of how time and space interact with sound.

Highlights from AES 2015

This year we’re celebrating the release of Anthology X, our flagship plug-in bundle, and the legendary hardware from the 70s and 80s upon which it was built. We had a custom rack, courtesy of JamRacks, full of the black-faced iron that pumped sound into countless hit records over the past 40+ years. On display were an H910, H949, Omnipressor, Instant Flanger, Instant Phaser and an H3000 D/SE with lights a-flashing and pitch ratio displays jitterbugging somewhere around 1.00. It was quite a sight and drew steady crowds for the three days of the show.