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.
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.
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.
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).