Some of you may recall I used to have an Eventide DSP4000b+. Way too complex!. Well... I just scored a H9 Max for a great price off eBay. What a fun, easy, full of options pedal!. Just some of the algorithms listed below. If you’ve never considered one, check them out on YouTube. It’s a beast!.
That’s a screen shot from the app that talks via Bluetooth btw.
Couldn't resist the sale on this. $40 @ checkout here until may 7/2017. https://www.audiodeluxe.com/products/eventide-ultrareverb-native?mc_cid=87da6c4fbf&mc_eid=02d2d571ab
It seems to have some pretty useful sounds. I love the 80's vibe in one of the vids, and there is some cool cheesy sounds too. Even their 'natural' sounded reasonable, at least on my phone, as an effect.
Just managed to snag one of the Eventide DSP4000B+ units for a silly price. Seller has a very good rep on ebay, so fingers all crossed!. Anything I need to know about this unit?, beyond what the manual tells me.
Available as RTAS, AAX, VST.
A nice channel strip plug from Eventide - EQ, Gate, Compression, De-esser, Stereo Delay, micro pitch tune. I've had a chance to play with it a little. Nice function, decent GUI, does what it claims.
Free. No conditions. No demo limits, fully functional, but only available till July 1, after which the price is $249.
While it doesn't require an actual physical ilok key to authorize, it does require that you have an ilok account. If you don't have one, registering is easy... it's also free.
Eventide today announced the release of a trial version of Mood, a plugin that characterizes the emotional content of music. Mood analyzes music including key, spectral content, tempo, dynamics and additional aspects to create a set of 'descriptors' which are then compared to a data base. The data base has been populated by people listening to and rating pop songs.
Today, Eventide announced the newest addition to its stompbox product line: Space.
Space features 12 of Eventide's signature reverb combination effects taken from the H8000FW and Eclipse V4 along with some startling new magic.
THere seems to be so much hype, at least I hear it, about Eventide processors like the H8000. Can anyone with first hand experience chime in on why these are SO spectacular. It's not that I dont believe it, I just want to know. I know that they do intellegent harmonization and reverb. Are they also a full blown effects processor with chorus/flange/phasing effects and all that? Delays too I suppose? I checked out their site but I still dont feel confident I know what the heck they do completely. Thanks.
This might belong in the Guitar section but here goes. So I remember seeing a VHS tape back in the day of some guitarist (1990's) and his eventide harmonizer guitar processor. Was there a guitar model back then and if so what was it called? They have a GTR 4000 but I don't knoiw if thats just a relatively recent model.
Eventide is now making stomp boxes, has anybody heard any of these yet and are they as good as the effects in the eclipse or h3000, 4000, etc?