FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

EVENTIDE UNIVERSAL BINARY UPGRADES NOW AVAILABLE

Digidesign MassivePack customers can upgrade their plug-ins to Universal Binary for discounted price until May 31.

LITTLE FERRY, NEW JERSEY, April 9, 2007 - Eventide announced today that, for a limited time, current Eventide customers can download the Universal Binary upgrade for Eventide MassivePack plug-ins at a special introductory price. The upgrade allows users to access the one-of-a-kind Eventide sound using Apple's newest computers, including the Mac Pro, for faster processing speeds when editing, creating or performing.

Available now for $39 each (until May 31, $49 thereafter), users can download the Universal Binary upgrade for any Eventide MassivePack plug-in, which includes: H949, H3000 Factory, and Quadravox from www.eventidestore.com.

The full Anthology II (Universal Binary compatible) upgrade is available to MassivePack, Reverb, Octavox, or H3000 Band Delays plug-in owners for $799, Clockworks Legacy owners for $499, and Anthology owners for $299.

Featuring fifteen outstanding plug-ins with unprecedented sonic capabilities, Eventide Anthology II gives artists and engineers as diverse as Beck, Barbra Streisand, Peter Gabriel, Herbie Hancock, Paul Simon, Nine Inch Nails, Sebastian Arocha Morton, Scott Gershin, Scott Humphrey, and Andrew Philpott, powerful solutions for their production needs.

Anthology II contains: 

Anthology II is fully compliant with ICON, D-Control, D-Command, Venue, Pro Tools 7.2, and is Mac, Universal Binary, and Windows XP compatible. Anthology II is available for $1,195 MSRP through authorized Eventide dealers, www.eventidestore.com, and outside North America through authorized Pro Tools dealers.

For more information on Eventide products, visit www.eventide.com online.

ABOUT EVENTIDE

Founded in 1971 in New York City, Eventide is a leading developer and manufacturer of digital audio processing products for recording, broadcast, and live performance. Headquartered in Little Ferry, NJ, Eventide developed the H910, the first Harmonizer® effects processor in 1975, and introduced the H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer effects processor in 1987. Visit Eventide on the Web at www.eventide.com.

Eventide, Omnipressor, and Harmonizer are registered trademarks; E-Channel, Ultra-Channel, Precision Time Align, Quadravox, H3000 Factory, H3000 Band Delays, Instant Phaser, Instant Flanger, Octavox, and Clockworks Legacy are trademarks of Eventide Inc. 

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