Eventide H3000 Factory And Blackhole Updates

US 64-bit plug-ins now dongle-free compatible with Pro Tools 11, VST Mac and PC and AU      01/04/14

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Eventide has updated the functionality of its most popular Native plug-ins, H3000 Factory and Blackhole.  The update is free for current owners of these Native plug-ins.  For those who do not yet own these plug-ins, Eventide is announcing special pricing through the end of April.  H3000 Factory which regularly retails for $349 is now available for only $199. Blackhole which regularly retails for $199 is now available for only $99. This offer is good through April 30, 2014 and is available through Eventide retailers and eventide.com

The H3000 Factory Harmonizer Native plug-in for AAX64, VST for Mac and PC, and AU is a re-creation of several algorithms from the H3000 which combine pitch, delay, modulation, and filtering controlled by a modular interface. It features over 450 presets including over 100 new artist presets plus more than 100 original presets from the H3000.

Blackhole Native plug-in for AAX64, VST for Mac and PC, and AU is a massive reverberator capable of creating huge otherworldly spaces – great for ambient soundscapes.  Some producers have called it their secret weapon.  Blackhole has its origins in Eventide's flagship hardware processors the DSP4000 and the H8000FW. 

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