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For over 45 years Eventide has remained at the forefront of recording technology. In 1975 they revolutionized the audio industry by creating the world's first commercially available digital audio effects unit. Since then their legendary studio processors, stompboxes and plug-ins have been heard on countless hit records.

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Latest reviews of Eventide products

SP2016 Reverb

Reviewed By maxbgroove [all]
June 25th, 2023
Version reviewed: 1.5.16 on Mac

Super nice&lush great-sounding reverb i was searching for. It's not disappears in the mix, it's super easy to tune, Highly recommend!!.

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Reviewed By CottonMather [all]
December 11th, 2022
Version reviewed: 1.3 on Mac

Although CPU-intensive, it's the ideal synth for anyone who wants to make abrasive, industrial sounds. Think Ben Frost, Franck Vigroux, Mika Vainio, and late Pan Sonic. The "randomizer" is a fountain of inspiration.

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Reviewed By Boy Wonder [all]
July 29th, 2022
Version reviewed: 1.0 on Windows

Fascinated with the rhythmic/echo-y/reverb-y sounds of the particles engine in Noire piano, I sought out similar multitap pitched delays I could use on synths. I tried the free Chow Matrix but it was not only finicky but sounded grainy. Cubase's own multitap delay, which does sound smooth, only goes to a 5th (7st). Loomer's Shift2, with it's five pitched delay lines, was also a contender for top spot, but Octavox with its eight taps, multiple scales, and easy to use interface, was the winner. Too bad you need a little math for this plugin. Instead of allowing you to set the taps at intervals such as 1/4, 1/8, 16, 1/16 dotted, etc, it uses ms. That means, if you're working at 120bpm, you'd have to know 62ms=1/8 note, 93ms=dotted 1/8th note, 125ms=1/4 note, 250m=1/2 note, 375ms=dotted half note, etc. Pretty tedious, but since Octavox allows you to save presets, that's a plus. I really like pitch intervals, too. Using it, you can never go wrong in what every key you're working in as the proper scale is already set for you. Hopefully, in Octavox 2, they'll add traditional timing in addition to the ms.

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H3000 Factory

Reviewed By henszeysoundllc [all]
December 28th, 2020
Version reviewed: H3000 on Mac

Specfriggintackluar! I used to have the hardware. The H3000 Factory character and the sound quality feel like the original and I love the expanded controls.

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Reviewed By Ripthorn2 [all]
December 26th, 2020
Version reviewed: 1.0 on Windows

This is a really innovative synth that can help expand your creativity. As a physicist, I was initially attracted to the dual pendulum oscillation aspect, but as a musician, I just love how some of the rhythmic stuff is really fresh and exciting.

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Reviewed By elviecho [all]
October 2nd, 2020
Version reviewed: 1.0 on Windows

This is no mainstream synth. Very nice GUI and a phantastic sound, I like especially the possibilties in creating complex bass sounds.
Get it and join this month's OSC.

A big thank to the developers.

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Reviewed By rahnrasen [all]
September 2nd, 2020
Version reviewed: 1 on Windows

ein synth, der sich deutlich von der masse abhebt, fetter sound, cooles interface, läuft stabil (hier in cubase 10, 64-bit)...und das für lau...hier gibt es wirklich nichts zu meckern - unbedingt antesten - dieser schätzchen bereichert jede DAW !.

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H9 Series: Crystals

Reviewed By FoxDE [all]
July 8th, 2020
Version reviewed: 1 on Windows

A very unique sound, it doesn't really fit the mold of other effect VSTs. It was a little difficult setting up and using, but I was satisfied when I was done with it.

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New Fangled Generate Update
by nusound mind at 11 Oct 2023, 01:53
Physion/SplitEQ Flash Sale
by Orville71 at 17 Feb 2023, 13:40
Introducing Invigorate by Newfangled Audio
by Orville71 at 22 Nov 2022, 10:07
Ever heard of the HM80 Harmonizer?
by Krakatau at 9 Aug 2022, 19:30
Mac OS Monterey
by Henkeij at 25 Jul 2022, 06:12
Eventide H9 MaxOut Promo is Back!
by Orville71 at 15 Jun 2022, 07:44
H3000 Legacy Sale
by Orville71 at 25 May 2022, 08:11
All Newfangled Audio Plug-ins 50% Off!
by Orville71 at 3 May 2022, 09:23
Eventide REMIX CONTEST - Todd Rundgren-Inspired!
by Orville71 at 20 Apr 2022, 09:04
SplitEQ Flash Sale
by Orville71 at 15 Mar 2022, 12:36
Anthology XII is here! Save up to 80% off!
by Orville71 at 1 Mar 2022, 07:38
Selling Eventide plugins
by samesung at 19 Feb 2022, 09:25
by martinjuenke at 18 Feb 2022, 13:19
Vote for Eventide in this year's TEC Awards!
by Orville71 at 1 Feb 2022, 08:52