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New from Eventide this summer

Updates for H9 and Rose pedals and VSig software announced; iOS processing apps debut

At Summer NAMM, processing legends Eventide announced updates for a couple of their guitar pedals, version 3.0 of VSig (the PC-based visual editor for their DSP-series processors and H‑series Harmonizers, shown below), and new sub-$20 iOS processing apps for iPad and iPhone.

The latest version of Eventide's VSig visual editor, the software they use themselves to create processing patches, is publicly available now for use by owners of their processing hardware.The latest version of Eventide's VSig visual editor, the software they use themselves to create processing patches, is publicly available now for use by owners of their processing hardware.

Blackhole Reverb, UltraTap Delay and MicroPitch — originally classic Eventide reverb, versatile multi-tap delay and pitch-shifting algorithms that ran on Eventide’s respected hardware processors — have now been re‑engineered to run in iOS as stand-alone apps or AUv3 plug-ins (shown below). They’re available from the App Store for $19.99, $14.99 and $9.99 respectively.

Eventide's Blackhole app for iPhones and iPads: the first of three apps derived from classic Harmonizer presets (in this case, the renowned Blackhole reverb).Eventide's Blackhole app for iPhones and iPads: the first of three apps derived from classic Harmonizer presets (in this case, the renowned Blackhole reverb).

The Ultratap delay app.The Ultratap delay app.

The Micropitch app.The Micropitch app.

The H9 Harmonizer guitar pedal (shown below; see also our review here) gained its 51st effect with Harmadillo, which models a classic guitar amp tremolo with three envelope follower controls (Rate, Depth and Shape) plus modelled amp drive and tone-shaping EQ. Free to users of the top‑of‑the‑range Core Max, the Harmadillo update costs $19 to H9 Core owners.

Harmadillo is a new tremolo plug-in for the H9 guitar pedal.Harmadillo is a new tremolo plug-in for the H9 guitar pedal.

Finally, the Rose stompbox reviewed in SOS July 2019 (pictured below) also received a free update which increases the number of presets to 25 and adds MIDI Clock input and more tap tempo options (including MIDI tap tempo).

Eventide's Rose guitar pedal has also had an update.Eventide's Rose guitar pedal has also had an update.

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