Eventide announces following News at NAMM 2020:
- TriceraChorus Triple Chorus Algorithm for H9
- H9 Dark Limited Edition
- ROSE v3 Operating System and EDM – Eventide Device Manager
- Spring Reverb for Desktop and iOS
- H9000 PoTools Expansion Card
Eventide Releases TriceraChorus Triple Chorus and Limited Edition H9 Dark
Eventide is unveiling TriceraChorus, a new vintage-inspired triple chorus algorithm for their TEC Award-winning H9 Harmonizer® – at The 2020 NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA.
This is the 52nd algorithm released for the H9 platform. To celebrate the 52nd effect algorithm released for H9, Eventide will also be releasing the fully-loaded, limited edition, H9 Dark; musicians can now “play with a full deck” of all 52 effect with over 600 unique presets.
Rose Delay Pedal v3.0 and New Pedal Management Software
Eventide is releasing v3.0 operating software for its wildly versatile Rose modulated delay pedal, along with the new Eventide Device Manager for pedal management, at The 2020 NAMM Show in Anaheim.
With the new operating system v3.0, Rose capabilities offers five banks of five presets for a total of 25 (and comes with 25 factory presets), Tap Division selection (quarter, eighth, dotted eighth, triplet), MIDI lock Receive, MIDI Tap Tempo, Envelope Off Mode, Kill-Dry Mode, and Expression now supports single switch (TS) aux switches as well as 3-button (TRS) switches.
Replacing the Eventide Direct software updater for its pedal line, the new Eventide Device Manager (EDM) performs software updates for all Eventide pedals. EDM also provides setting and preset management for the Rose Pedal (which is not supported by H9 Control), allowing backup and restore of the entire device state.
Eventide Releases Spring Reverb for Desktop & iOS
Eventide Audio is releasing Spring Reverb – a new plug-in for desktop and iOS – at The 2020 NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA. Spring models the sound and character of the popular artificial reverbs found in guitar amplifiers. It also goes a step further by allowing access to physical parameter controls not readily available in a real spring tank.
Eventide Unveils Pro Tools Integration for the H9000 Multi-Effects Processor
Eventide Audio is unveiling the highly anticipated Pro Tools|HD Expansion Card for its flagship H9000 multi- effects processor platform during The 2020 NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA. With full integration, Pro Tools production benefits from the unprecedented processing and effects flexibility and power of the H9000’s 1600+ Eventide algorithms and expansive ARM-based DSP with elegant operational simplicity within the familiar Pro Tools I/O and plug-in user interfaces.