Eventide has announced the release of its Crystals plug-in, combining twin reverse pitch shifters with reverse delays and reverb. They say that this iconic H3000 Harmonizer effect can be used to create out-of-this-world climbing and cascading pitched delays or unique sounding reverbs. Crystals for Mac and PC supports VST, AAX, and AU plug. Eventide Plug-Ins Bundle AU MacOSX This disk contains: H3000 Factory BlackHole OmniPressor (32 bit) H3000 Factory The H3000 Factory™ Harmonizer® Native plug-in recreates several algorithms from the original H3000. The H3000 Factory combines the pitch.
The Eventide H9 plugin & iOS app series has been expanded with the TriceraChorus, a new vintage-inspired BBD-style tri-chorus that is paired with micro-pitch detuning.
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Eventide has today released another H9 effect as a plugin and iOS AUv3 app. TriceraChorus is inspired by the classic Tri-choruses and stompbox choruses of the 1970s and early 1980s. It pairs rich BBD-style Tri-chorusing with another classic effect of the 1980s: Eventide micro-pitch detuning. This effect can be used to thicken the sound, to add static chorusing, and to spread the stereo field by detuning the left and right signals in opposite directions.
Like all other H9 effects, it comes with a very intuitive interface including the ribbon that lets you sweep the effect two different settings. The combination of these effects makes it easy to create syrupy, smooth, and deep modulations on synths, strings, vocals, guitar, bass, and more. TriceraChorus is a great way to add richness and spatial depth to your sounds.
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- Three voice, Bucket Brigade style stereo Tri-chorus.
- Chorus Mode evokes the chorusing effect created by classic chorus stompboxes.
- Chorale Mode produces lush, swirling choruses inspired by classic rackmount tri-chorus units.
- Depth controls the amount of modulation applied to the 3 voices from the LFO.
- Detune the left and right channels simultaneously by +/- 40 cents.
- Delay sets the amount of delay for the chorusing effect; use it to thicken your signal, create a flange, or slap-back sound.
- Swirl adds stereo frequency shifting for a psychedelic flange-like flavour.
- Tone for shaping the high and low end of your signal. Remove muddy low frequencies or roll of high frequencies for a darker sound.
- Ribbon lets you sweep the effect between two different settings.
- Available for Mac and PC as VST, AAX, and AU plug-in.
El capitan app store download. Eventide TriceraChorus is available now for an introductory price of $39 USD/ 39€ until November 11th, 2020. The regular price is $99 USD/€. The iOS version with AUv3 support costs $9.99 USD.
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Eventide Releases ShimmerVerb, a “Massively Lustrous” Reverb Plug-In
For Desktop VST, AAX, AU and iOS
Little Ferry, NJ, August 4, 2020 – Eventide Audio has released its new ShimmerVerb plug-in, combining a massively lustrous reverb with parallel pitch shifters to add ethereal layers, making any signal “shimmer.” Producers and engineers have previously achieved this effect by using Eventide pitch-shifting hardware such as the H910, H949, or H3000 or other rack-mount units in combination with a reverb. This production technique was popularized by Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno on U2’s The Unforgettable Fire. Now, this iconic sound has been refined and extended with a modern, unified interface that is great for adding dreamy ambiance to guitars, keys, synths, samples and vocals. In typical Eventide fashion, features have been added such as the ability to infinitely feedback the signal, resulting in cascading reverbs that smear into oblivion. Feedback can be further fine-tuned by specifying which frequencies are fed back through the low/mid/high cross-over network.
ShimmerVerb shines via its playable, performance-based parameters. The “Ribbon” is an easy-to-program performance macro allowing users to fluidly morph ShimmerVerb’s effect between two completely different settings of any combination of controls. Desktop users can plug in a MIDI keyboard and gain tactile command over this function via the modulation wheel. Ribbon mappings are great for Feedback swells, moving the Pitch knobs, or changing the room Size parameter for a massive detuning result. ShimmerVerb also boasts a HotSwitch for calling up another state of parameters inside the same preset, useful for changing octaves, turning off/on the pitch shifters, or simply turning the Mix up or down while crafting a performance. Finally, the Freeze button allows users to make smeared textures out of single voices, full pads, or percussive elements resulting in metallic “shimmers.”
ShimmerVerb uniquely features parallel pitch-shifters on the reverb tail that deliver perfect fourth, fifth and octave shifts within a full range of four octaves of pitch shifting (from two octaves down to two octaves up), and MicroPitch tuning is available around perfect intervals. Pitched signals can be delayed up to one second or synched to a DAW’s tempo. The Feedback parameter determines how much-delayed signal is fed back into the input of the reverb.
ShimmerVerb for Mac and PC supports VST, AAX, and AU plug-in protocols for compatibility with every DAW and is available at an introductory price of $39 through September 8, 2020 (regular MSRP is $99). The iOS version of ShimmerVerb, which works as a standalone app, AudioUnit v3 plug-in, or Inter-App Audio effect, is priced at $14.99, with a special intro price of $9.99 through September 10, 2020 (App Store Link: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/id1463786346).
Learn more about ShimmerVerb at https://www.eventideaudio.com/shimmerverb.
Introducing New Eventide ShimmerVerb Plug-in
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For over 40 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.