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Summer NAMM '15

Join us at the Summer NAMM show in Nashville, July 9 through July 12.

Stop by the Eventide Booth #324 (Hall A), and get a sneak peek at CrushStation, exclsively available for the H9 Harmonizer. 

With CrushStation, your H9 turns into a distortion / overdrive command center with unprecedented control with results ranging from buttery saturation to crushing assault. 

Grab some Crab Chips while you're there - we promise, they're only potato chips and no crustaceans were harmed in the making!

H9 Gets Dirty

CrushStation turns the H9 into an overdrive command center with unprecedented control of the effect with results ranging from buttery saturation to crushing assault. Control features include the usual suspects: Drive, Sustain, multi-band EQ. Plus control over features like Sag, Octaves and Grit that take the overdrive effect beyond the norm.

Sweetwater Gearfest 2015

Gearfest 2015 is even bigger than last year. Sneak peak at some new Eventide distortions at 4pm on Day 2!  

See you at Gearfest!

Hey there! We'll be at Sweetwater Gearfest this weekend. Stop by our booth and try out the Demo station. Tent 13 Table B4. Our very own Alan Chaput will also be performing at the amphitheater tomorrow at 4pm. We hope to see you there!

Gear throwback with Van Halen

We stumbled on this video of Eddie Van Halen's rig, circa mid 90's. One of his main effects is the H3000 Harmonizer.

Spring into Summer

The Spring Reverb is one of the main components of "surf rock". Originally released on the Space pedal, it's available for the H9 via the H9 Control app. Check it out and enjoy the sound of summer. Features: Authentic recreation of classic Spring Reverb, Adjustable spring tension, Variable number of springs, Multiple tone controls, Adjustable Modulation, Independent Tremolo with Speed and Depth controls, Great for guitar, drums, organ, vocals, and more.

Join Your Friends and Competitors In Flaming Death

Invitation to Bumper Car Party ca. 1978

Look What Tony Found: If you can deal with an oxymoron (as opposed to the genuine article) please accept this blog as being from a non-compulsive pack rat. "Pack rat" because I've long been blessed with adequate storage space, "non-compulsive" because, although I hardly ever discard anything I think may be useful some day, I don't save everything, and sometimes a true gem goes missing.

Welcome to the New Eventide Website

The Next Step: Welcome to the new Eventide Audio site. We understand that change can be a challenge—we’ve only redesigned our website three times in 20 years before this—but we hope you’ll find the new site more useful and easier to use. Here is a brief overview of the changes and additions to the site.

Andrew Schepps checks out H3000 Factory

We recently met up with Andrew Scheps, Grammy award-winning producer who's worked with The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Adele, Hozier, Black Sabbath to name a few. He's been using H3000 rack effects for decades on countless hit records. With the H3000 Factory plug-in, Schepps can get the sound he loves in the flexibility of a native plug-in. 

Eventide at SXSW 2015

Russell hangs out with Adrian Belew at this years SXSW. Check out more images on our instagram page.