As of Q2 2018, Waves, Softube, Eventide, and Sugar Bytes will support the Native Kontrol Standard (NKS) format.… Read More Native Instruments Intros NKS effects
They say that the EuroDDL’s ‘old school design’ limits the amount of digital circuitry to only what’s required for delay.… Read More Eventide EuroDDL Eurorack Delay Now Available
Fission allows you to split a sound into its transient and tonal parts, independently manipulate them and then fuse them back together. … Read More New Eventide Effect, Fission, Lets You Split Sounds And Change The Parts
Ninstrument shared this video demo of a Eurorack version of the Eventide Space reverb pedal:… Read More New Eventide Space Eurorack Module By Ninstrument
Eventide has introduced H910 Harmonizer, a software version of the classic hardware Eventide H910 Harmonizer. The Harmonizer was developed by Eventide in 1974 and they describe it as “the world’s first commercially available digital audio effects device”. The Harmonizer combined ‘de-glitched’ pitch change with delay and feedback. It could be controlled by a keyboard remote… Read More Eventide H910 Harmonizer Now Available As A Plugin
Sunday Synth Jam: This synth jam, 808 Ashra by SynthMania, takes a sonic trip in the Kosmische Musik style, inspired by early the early 70’s work of German electronic artists, like Ash Ra Tempel.
Eventide has announced that Octavox, formerly only available in their flagship plug-in bundle, Anthology X, will now be offered in an updated version in Native AAX, AU, and VST formats. Octavox is a time-based diatonic harmonizing effect that allows you to stack harmonies, widen instruments, and create innovative rhythmic sequences with ease. Octavox features over… Read More Eventide Octavox Harmonizer Now Available As AAX, AU, & VST Plugin
Eventide has introduced SpaceTime – a new Modulation / Delay / Reverb algorithm for Eventide’s H9 Core, H9, and H9 MAX stompboxes.