NEW YORK, NEW YORK, October 10, 2003 - Following up on the successful launch earlier this year of their Clockworks Legacy™ plug-ins, Eventide today announced Reverb, the plug-in that brings their best reverbs from their flagship Orville™ processor to the desktop. The Eventide Reverb plug-in for Digidesign Pro Tools TDM for Mac v5.1.3 or greater, is a multi-effects plug-in that incorporates a pair of delays, pre and post stereo three-band parametric EQ, a high-quality compressor, and a Lo-Fi effect.
According to Ray Maxwell, Eventide vice president of sales and marketing, the Eventide Reverb plug-in provides the desktop community with the same flexibility and tone shaping capability that high-end studios have enjoyed for generations using Eventide's legendary hardware processors.
"One of the most frequent requests from our customers has been to offer our reverbs in a plug-in," Maxwell said today. "Now, we have brought these great reverbs all together in plug-in form, featuring an easy-to-use graphical user interface."
The look of the Eventide Reverb plug-in is simple and succinct, presenting operators with a single graphical user interface that features all of the tools in a single window. Our unique snapshot feature provides an intuitive way to capture or recall parameter settings with a single mouse click.
The sound quality is equally compelling. The Eventide Reverb plug-in uses the highest quality reverb algorithms from their flagship Orville, including halls, chambers, plates, rooms, and Lo-Fi effects. Each reverb type offers three-band stereo parametric equalization both before and after the reverb, reverb contour for built-in tone shaping, a pair of delay lines with filters, and a high-quality compressor.
Hardware control of the Eventide Reverb plug-in includes support for the Digidesign ProControl and Control24, and the Mackie HUI.
Founded in 1971, Eventide is a leading developer and manufacturer of digital audio processing products for recording, broadcast and live performance, as well as avionics instrumentation, and digital communication products for public safety institutions. Headquartered in Little Ferry, NJ, Eventide created the very first Harmonizer® brand effects processors in 1975. Visit Eventide on the Web at www.eventide.com.
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