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This week, electronic musician Emika talked with us about her live rig and studio sound. As a former employee of Native Instruments and a stalwart of the old-school dubstep scene, Emika is a master...
The question, “Am I allowed to do that?” is music to my ears is when I go into a school music program and invite (or defy!) the students to try something they’re usually not allowed...
Is Trade Show Fatigue Setting In? I know, me too. Tough darts to us both. And yet, if this blog is to maintain a semblance of temporal coherence in the face of the sloth and lackadaisical...
This week on our Pedals with the Pros feature, Larry Mitchell cut some time out of his busy schedule to chat with us. He had tons to say about the H9, so we figured it would be better if he just said...
Phased Out In 1971, the Instant Phaser’s introduction rocked plenty of boats. With classic features like oscillator-controlled phasing and manual phasing, as well as innovations like the...
Hayes Greenfield – producer, composer, saxophonist, filmmaker, bandleader, and educator – has been active on the New York City jazz scene since the late ‘70s. As sideman, he has...
Whether you call it phasing or flanging, the “swoosh” sound is instantly recognizable and it’s hard to overstate the effect it’s had on the music of the past half century. The...
We recently caught up with Derya “Dez” Nagle of the band Good Tiger. In this video, he gives us a rundown of his compact but powerful guitar setup, featuring an H9 Max and Space going...
In this new blog series, composer and electro-acoustic violist, Martha Mooke, will be exploring multifaceted ways of using the H9. Keep an eye out for videos on violins, violas, cellos, saxophones,...
Welcome to the Eventide Insider! First off, we want to say thanks for neglecting to ‘unsubscribe’ from our newsletter for yet another year. And, of course, thanks for your support. As we...
In 1979, Tony Agnello had a vision. Up to that point, effect units were dedicated to a single function. There were EQs, compressors, limiters, pitch changers, flangers and phasers, but no box was...
In this special blog we pay tribute to Dan Ingram. Dan was the top rated American top 40 DJ for almost 22 years on 77 WABC NY. In this excerpt from Richard Factor’s blog, we hear about what it...
In this blog takeover, legendary producer/mixing engineer Chuck Zwicky (Prince, Soul Asylum, Dead Prez and Jeff Beck) talks with us about the living, breathing quality of sound. My mixing...
iframe { width: 100% !important; } This week, we’re changing things up! For this installment of Pedals with the Pros, we asked Joseph Andreoli of experimental rock duo GIRAFFES?...
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...
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...
I recently had the opportunity to talk with Juno Award winning producer, engineer, mixer and songwriter Siegfried Meier of Beach Road Studios in Ontario, Canada.  We discussed using Eventide...
We recently caught up with Sarah Lipstate of Noveller to discuss her live setup and pedalboard configuration. Active since 2005, Sarah Lipstate has enough guitar and guitar pedal knowledge to fill a...
Jack here again, fresh off the boat from the 143rd AES Convention. This was actually my first AES Convention, and I believe this was an excellent one to start with. I’ll definitely be going...
Hello! My name is Jack Impink. I am an electronic musician by trade, working with both gear and software. I like to use older equipment alongside programs like Max/MSP to see what kind of odd sounds...