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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.
 

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.

Scientists Confirm Detection of Ripples in SpaceTime

Eventide Creates SpaceTime

The world of physics has been abuzz with rumors that Einstein's last unproven theory has been confirmed.

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.

#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.

January Insider: UltraChannel sale, new H9 Algo, NAMM, Bowie and more

January Insider: UltraChannel sale, new H9 Algo, NAMM, Bowie and more

Eventide's Insider January Edition at a glance:

Happy 2016! It's not just an Eventide model number anymore
UltraChannel plug-in (almost) free - 80% off!
Universal Audio H910
H3000 Harmonizer to be inducted into the Audio Hall of Fame
Winter NAMM 2016: Check out what's new
H9 Max nominated by 31st Annual TEC Awards
New Bowie Song, "Blackstar" 

Martha Mooke: Notating Effects in Musical Scores

Martha Mooke: Electro-Acoustic Violinist

When composing the title track of my new solo electric viola CD, "No Ordinary Window," I considered the Eventide H9 to be a member of my ensemble, a collaborating player/instrument. Although technically written for a solo instrument, the work is essentially chamber music. On the recording, and perhaps better illustrated when played live, the music on the page takes on a multidimensionality, incorporating harmonization, rhythmic complexity, as well as expanding and enhancing the natural sound of the viola.

Dan Gillespie AudioNewsroom.net Interview

DSP Engineer, Dan Gillespie

The folks over at audionewsroom.net recently caught up with our senior DSP Engineer, Dan Gillespie, to discuss Eventide's latest software release, Anthology X.

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. 

Josh Sklair, Etta James & the Eventide H3000SE

Josh Sklair & Etta James

As Etta James' Musical Director and Guitar Player for 25 years, I've won Grammys for co-producing two of her Blues albums. Working on Etta's album, "All the Way" in 2006, we had an unfinished version of "I Believe I Can Fly." Normally I left the "rack gear" at home when working with Etta—she was the Real Deal and we kept everything pretty raw—but this album was an exception because we were doing more contemporary material.