Eventide is The Godfather of digital effects, having created the first commercially-available digital delays and pitch-shifting boxes as far back as the early 1970s and arguably giving birth to the world’s first multieffects boxes in the process. The Eventide sound can be heard on albums by Queen, Led Zeppelin, John Lennon, and most famously as the sonic stamp of David Bowie’s “Berlin Trilogy”. Eventide would shape and influence the sound of both the synth bands and hair bands of the 1980s. The H3000, launched in 1989, would go on to be the sound of guitar processing in the 1990s and beyond. You’ll still see H3000 units and their many descendants in studios and guitar rigs today.
Eventide’s Anthology started out as a set of plug-ins for Pro Tools TDM. Now, as with most of Eventide’s plug-in fare, it is available natively in VST, AU, and AAX Native for all of the popular Windows and macOS DAWs. Renamed Anthology X, this amazing plug-in bundle puts 40+ years of Eventide processors and effects into one package.
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