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).
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.
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.
This year's SXSW Gear Expo was busier than ever. Eventide had two setups: one showing our Factor Pedals and Anthology X plug-ins with a Moog synth as part of the Deli Magazine's Synth Expo, and one area with a comfy couch, guitars and Supro amps where people could try out all of the Eventide stompboxes in stereo including the H9 Max.
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.
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.