Eventide Plug-In Updated And On Offer

Get $150 off the H3000 Factory plug-in for AAX, VST, and AU      08/04/15

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Eventide has announced an update of its H3000 Factory plug-in for AAX, VST, and AU that delivers improved performance and has been re-factored to better emulate the DSP processing of the classic rack-mount hardware. H3000 Factory is a re-creation of several algorithms from the venerable H3000 that combine pitch, delay, modulation, and filtering in a modular interface. And, for the month of April, it's available at a deep discount.

Ray Maxwell, VP of Sales and Marketing, told us, "The H3000 Factory plug-in now sounds closer to the original than ever before.There has never been a better time to get a piece of this legendary processor for your DAW."

Eventide says that this plug-in offers unrivaled creative possibilities by virtue of a stunning combination of unique Harmonizer effects in a re-imagined UI that allows the user to patch together any combination of 18 effects, including the H3000 Function Generator with 19 waveshapes, in endless permutations. 

"There's such a specific sound that nothing else sounds like," said Andrew Scheps (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Adele, Black Sabbath, Jay-Z, Michael Jackson, Metallica, Linkin Park, Weezer), "I use the plug-in very much like I use the H3000 (hardware), but I tweak a lot more with the plug-in than I ever did with the hardware. It's as easy as using a preset at this point - which is awesome. I'm a fan."

H3000 Factory features over 500 presets including over 100 Artist presets from Alessandro Cortini (Nine Inch Nails), Chris Carter (Throbbing Gristle), Colin Newman (Wire), Damian Taylor (Bjork), Dave Darlington (Bass Hit Studios), Kerry Leva (EDM Producer), Richard Devine (Sound Designer), and Scott Martin Gershin (Soundeluxe).  It also includes over 100 original presets from the original H3000 rack processor.

Pricing and Availability:
$199 through April 30th (normally £349)

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