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Press Release: Eventide to Unveil Plug-in Breakthrough and New H9 Effect at Winter NAMM

Anaheim, CA — January 10, 2017 — Eventide, entering its 46th year at the cutting edge of audio, will be unveiling a revolutionary new plug-in technology as well as a new algorithm for their TEC Award-winning H9 Harmonizer® at this year’s NAMM show in Anaheim, CA. They will also be conducting demos of their stompboxes at their main booth #5791 as well as demos of Structural Effects™, Tverb and the rest of their plug-ins in booth 201C5 located in the Software.NAMM area.

Remembering the Watkins Glen Festival

Eventide DDL 1745s at Watkins Glenn Summer Jam 1973

Eventide recounts how it helped solve one of the biggest problems facing early festival/concerts with its DDL 1745s.

More ... With Less

The reverb, delay, modulation, pitch shifting, and compression sounds are truly studio quality, and especially impressive in stereo....everything else is superb...It didn’t take long for me to see the beauty of the software and the control it offers over the pedal. 

ToneReport's Gear Review: SpaceTime

Of all the new H9-specific algorithms, this SpaceTime is by far and away my favorite to date.  SpaceTime is essentially a little pedalboard of time-based effects crammed into one algorithm. Each component has easy-to-tweak, minimal controls, yet the ambient possibilities upon summation are only stifled by the limits of the programmer. 

The Only Effects Pedal You'll Ever Need

For both gigging and studio guitarists, the H9 Max might be the only effects pedal you'll ever need. No more hauling around a bag or pedal board of effects and spaghetti mess of cords. I haven't found a pedal out there yet that offers more, and predict many effects boxes will be collecting dust as guitarists catch wind of the massive power, versatility and imaginative sounds the H9 Max offers.

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.