LITTLE FERRY, NEW JERSEY, November 30, 2004

Eventide announced today the promotion of Jason Beck to the position of chief operating officer. In making the announcement, Richard Factor, Eventide co-founder and president, noted Beck's tenure with Eventide makes him the ideal person to oversee day-to-day operations. "In Jason's six years with Eventide he has consistently led his teams to deliver on time and on budget," noted Factor. "He has proven to be a dedicated and hardworking member of our company."

Beck joined Eventide in 1999 as an engineer. After leading several key projects, Beck was promoted last year to general manager of Eventide's Audio Software Group. Beck has overseen the release of numerous successful products in the course of his tenure at Eventide.

Beck assumes the new role with a chorus of praise throughout the company. Remarked Eventide chief technology officer Anthony Agnello, "Jason Beck is one of the most remarkable people I've ever met. He is a natural leader and his intelligence, drive and clear judgment make him the ideal choice to lead Eventide. With Jason now at the helm, Eventide's future is brighter than ever."

About Eventide 

Founded in 1971 and headquartered in Little Ferry, NJ, Eventide invented digital voice logging in 1989. Eventide recently introduced the world's first Linux-based logger product line, its fourth-generation digital voice loggers, the VR778, VR615, and VR615. All feature optional front panel control, and function as network servers for Windows 2000 or XP workstations. Eventide loggers continue to operate even when your network doesn't. Visit Eventide on the Web at www.eventide.com.

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