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Joining Blackhole and MicroPitch as the third member of the dot9 pedal family, Eventide Audio’s new UltraTap is a multi-tap delay pedal that delivers rhythmic delays, glitchy reverbs, huge pad-like volume swells, and expressive modulated effects in a compact form. The dot9 UltraTap is the result of forty years of development that began in 1981 with Eventide’s Digiplex and Multitap Delay algorithms for its legendary SP2016 Effects Processor, which evolved to become the H3000’s UltraTap, now culminating in the advanced UltraTap, available as both a plugin and H9 algorithm. The new UltraTap pedal further builds on this legendary effect, offering […]

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Eventide’s new ShimmerVerb plug-in combines a shiny and bright reverb with parallel pitch shifters. ShimmerVerb is based on the Shimmer algorithm originally from Eventide’s Space pedal and also in the Eventide H9000. ShimmerVerb produces a dreamy ambient space for guitars, keys, synths, samples and vocals. There is an additional feedback control that goes to 100 and can be “frozen” for producing cascading reverbs that will blur sound infinitively. Feedback can be further fine-tuned by specifying which frequencies are fed back through the low/mid/high crossover network. My first test was to compare the ShimmerVerb plug-in with Shimmer in my H9000. After […]

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Eventide Audio announces the availability of its MicroPitch Delay digital signal processing algorithm in a standalone pedal. The second pedal in Eventide’s dot9 family following the 2020 release of the Blackhole pedal, the MicroPitch Delay pedal is available now for preorder. The MicroPitch Delay algorithm has been a mainstay of audio production and musical performance since it was first introduced within the legendary H910 and H949 effects processors. Its subsequent appearance in the H3000 Harmonizer further popularized the effect and cemented its place in musical history as a quintessential studio tool.  Now players can harness the power of this Eventide […]

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For 50 years, Eventide has pioneered innovative ways to bend, distort and manipulate sound. In celebration of its 50th Anniversary, Eventide is highlighting the products that first solidified the company as an audio technology leader and laid the foundation for sustained innovation across its decades of dedication to aggressively providing audio professionals and musicians with legions of products that inspire creativity. A series of Flashbacks provides a multifaceted view of these legendary products through historical insights, photos and videos and documentation excerpts. The first product featured in Eventide’s 50th Flashback vignettes is also professional audio’s first rackmount effects unit: the PS […]

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Crystals is the plug-in version of a popular Eventide H3000 Harmonizer algorithm that creates a whole collection of warped cascading pitched delays. Crystals has two reverse granular pitch shifters/delays each with up to a +/- two-octave range, along with a stereo reverb with up to 100 seconds of decay. Both the delays and reverb have separate Wet/Dry controls, plus you may crossfade between the two pitch-shifters easily. I liked using Crystals as a featured effect on synths, guitars and percussion instruments and also as a send/return effect on vocals to add a mysterious and dynamic ‘ear candy’ that is never […]

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Eventide eventideaudio.com Half a Century of Pioneering Sound: Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2021, Eventide has long been a ubiquitous name in audio broadcasting and recording, consistently pioneering unprecedented methods of bending and layering sound. Revolutionizing the industry with their H910, Harmonizer and Instant Phaser, their world renowned “Eventide Sound” consists of pristine delay, lush reverbs and pitch shifting effects. Before they introduced the H910—whose devotees have included Jimmy Page, Eddie Van Halen, Tony Visconti and Brian Eno—experimenting with pitch shifting and delay required multiple effects, tape machines and hands-on effort. The H910 put the power of these tools into […]

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Eventide announces the Nov. 2 availability of the Pro Tools | HD Expansion Card for its flagship multichannel effects platform, the H9000. The user-installable expansion card allows Pro Tools | HDX or HD Native users to connect the H9000 directly for up to 32 channels of direct I/O with Pro Tools|HD via its Primary DigiLink port. It can alternatively be daisy-chained with other Pro Tools interfaces via the Secondary DigiLink port with the included 12-foot mini-DigiLink cable. Either the H9000 can be slaved to an external master clock via loop sync/word clock, or the H9000 can provide the master clock. […]

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Introduced in January for the Eventide H9 Harmonizer multi-effects pedal, Eventide Audio is now releasing its TriceraChorus effect as a plug-in for Windows, Mac OS X and iOS. TriceraChorus is inspired by the classic tri-choruses and stompbox choruses of the 1970s and early 1980s. It pairs rich bucket brigade delay-style tri-chorusing with another classic effect of the 1980s: Eventide micro-pitch detuning, which can be used to thicken the sound, to add static chorusing, and to spread the stereo field by detuning the left and right signals in opposite directions. Combined, these tools can create syrupy, smooth, and deep modulations on […]

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Today, Eventide announced immediate availability of Blackhole® – a reverb pedal as big and mysterious as the cosmos. Escape Earth and create haunting echoes, ethereal landscapes and otherworldly ambience. Like all Eventide pedals, Blackhole allows players to fine-tune every aspect of the effect. With its new user-friendly, intuitive interface, just about anyone can shoot for the moon and land beyond the known universe. A historic element of Eventide’s sound, the Blackhole algorithm was introduced in Eventide’s DSP4000 Ultra-Harmonizer® hardware processor and now opens a host of possibilities on a pedalboard. With Blackhole, users can pick and choose from five otherworldly […]

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Building on a decade-long collaboration with Danish power supply manufacturer Cioks, Eventide has expanded its line of state-of-the-art power solutions for pedalboards of all sizes with the introduction of PowerMINI, PowerMINI EXP and PowerMAX rev 2. PowerMINI is a super-compact isolated power supply for smaller pedalboards that ensures pedals will achieve maximum fidelity. PowerMINI provides two outputs rated at 9VDC/660 mA plus two outputs switchable to 9, 12, 15 or 18VDC at up to 660mA, all in a package weighing one-half pound and measuring only one inch high. PowerMINI can be used stand-alone or as an expander for PowerMAX via […]

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