Eventide have put their out‑there reverb effect into a compact pedal.
Eventide’s Spring is a meticulous emulation of the kind of spring reverb you might find in a guitar combo, but with an extended parameter range for more creative uses.
If lush, smooth, shimmer reverb and freeze effects are your thing, look no further than ShimmerVerb.
Undulator combines multitap delay with feedback and detuning, alongside a multi-waveform tremolo whose depth and speed can themselves be modulated.
With algorithms ported from their H9 pedal system, MicroPitch is a dual pitch-shifter and a dual delay effect with modulation.
Eventide's first venture into iOS territory brings us three effects processors. All offered as iOS AUv3 plug-ins as well as working via IAA or in stand-alone mode.
This stompbox combines analogue and digital processing to offer bucket-brigade warmth without the down sides.
Eventide's most powerful ever Harmonizer crams half a century of effects know‑how into a unit that's elegant, easy to use and — thanks to its upgradeability — completely futureproof.
Anthology X makes many of Eventide’s signature effects available in native plug–in formats for the first time. Was it worth the wait?
It’s billed as a ‘digital delay with an analogue heart’ but does this compact device offer anything you can’t already get in the box?
These flexible effects pedals from the makers of the original Harmonizer are equally at home on stage and in the studio, with guitar, keys or even a mixing desk.
This classy stomp box is much more than a guitar effect, and it is equally impressive on stage and in the studio.
Eventide's new entry-level unit brings their high-end algorithms within reach of the serious home studio owner.
The latest addition to Eventide's acclaimed Ultra-Harmonizer range, the DSP7000, looks set to keep them at the forefront of digital effects technology. Hugh Robjohns checks out the machine that redefines the state of the art.
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