SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, October 28, 2004 - In an introduction that showcases the advanced functionality and sonic integrity of its family of plug-ins for the Digidesign Pro Tools TDM platform, Eventide today launched a new demo CD featuring full 30-day demo authorizations of Clockworks Legacy, Eventide Reverb, Octavox, and H3000 Band Delays.

"You have to see and hear them to believe them!" enthuses Ray Maxwell, Eventide vice president of sales and marketing, discussing Eventide's plug-in offerings, which have evolved from the algorithms featured in Eventide's iconic hardware boxes that define the sounds of hit records of the last three decades. "Now, with the availability of this new disk, more engineers, artists and producers using Pro Tools TDM will be exposed to the creative firepower of these studio-proven tools."

Clockworks Legacy™: A bundle of the five original Eventide products is painstakingly recreated in software. Included are the Omnipressor®, a double knee compressor/expander with an attitude; the Instant Phaser™, the world's first swept filter bank; the Instant Flanger™, a dedicated flanger offering the ability to blend input level with an LFO or manual sweep; the H910 original Harmonizer® pitch changer, great for micro-pitch shifting; and the H949 Harmonizer® pitch changer with delay and a randomizer.

Eventide® Reverb: Truly a multi-effect plug-in comprised of the best Halls, Plates, Rooms, and Chambers from the Orville, combined with a full three-band EQ before and after the reverberator, a compressor which can be placed either before or after the reverberator, and twin delays for Pro Tools HD and Accel.

Octavox ™: Derived from the Orville™, Octavox features eight voices of diatonic Harmonizer® pitch shifting, each voice with delay, volume, and pan controls. Octavox, a unique creation tool, offers the Notation Grid™ which allows graphic placement of notes on a musical staff and is available for HD and Accel.

H3000 Band Delays™: The H3000 Band Delays algorithm plug-in for TDM is eight voices of tempo-based filtered delays with pan controls. All eight filters are fully parametric with configurable low/band/high-pass or shelving filters with Q. Band Delays deploys an extensive modulation section offering nineteen waveshapes, as well as MIDI control, and includes all of the original Band Delay presets from the H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer effects processor.

Demo CDs are being mailed to the registered Digidesign TDM user base in November, and will be available at AES, and Digiworld in Daly City, as well as Eventide dealers throughout North America.

About Eventide

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. Headquartered in Little Ferry, NJ, Eventide created the very first Harmonizer® effects processor in 1975, and introduced the industry-standard H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer in 1988. Visit Eventide on the Web at www.eventide.com.

Digidesign and Pro Tools are trademarks of Digidesign, a division of Avid Technology, and names and logos are used with permission.

Eventide, Omnipressor, and Harmonizer are registered trademarks; Clockworks Legacy, Instant Phaser, Instant Flanger, Orville, Octavox, Notation Grid, and H3000 Band Delays are trademarks of Eventide Inc.