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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. 

On the Road with Umphrey's McGee

For almost 20 years now Umphrey’s McGee has been one of the hardest working and most innovative bands in the business. We recently caught up with bass player Ryan Stasik and talked about how the band uses effects with their improvisational style.

Fluid Technology and Waves

We recently caught up with the five-time Grammy®-nominated electronic music legend, Suzanne Ciani, for a chance to discuss a myriad of music technology. 

Insider News: Sneak Peek of the Eventide Labs

Get a sneak peek at some of the project we're currently working on. Happy Holidays!

Own Focusrite? Get 2016 Stereo Room Reverb for Free

For a limited time, users of Focusrite Interfaces can get the 2016 Stereo Room Plug-in for free!

Akai | Blackhole Promo

For a limited time, new & current owners of Akai Advance Keyboard or an MPC Touch,  can receive our amazingly versatile Blackhole plug-in for free!

The Glitch is Back!

We just love Laurie Anderson, the revered avant-garde artist, composer, musician and film director. She was kind enough to chat with us about the H910 Harmonizer. A long time user of the original hardware, she was very excited to find out the plug-in was recreated to sound just like the original (glitches and all). 

Tango with Tverb

Tverb Tango video

"Tverb offers one of the very best sounding acoustic spaces I’ve ever heard on a plug-in, with a natural and detailed room sound that blends very nicely with the source." -- Gearslutz

Dweezil Zappa checks out the H9 Max

Dweezil Zappa demonstrates the H9 Max in this in-depth video by Guitar Tricks. He'll guide you through all the different effects algorithms available in the H9. Hint, he's a big fan of the Spring reverb.
 

#bestNAMMyet

This was Eventide’s umpteenth year participating in Winter NAMM in LA and while it’s always fun to escape the snow and cold of winter in the northeast, this year was the best yet.