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Modular multi-effect sound creation plug-in now available

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LITTLE FERRY, NEW JERSEY, October 22, 2012 — Eventide announced today the immediate availability of one of the most anticipated software plug-in releases in recent history, the H3000 Factory™ Ultra-Harmonizer® plug-in for AAX, VST, and AU, featuring 64-bit support.  The H3000 Factory native is a re-creation of several algorithms from the venerable H3000 that combine pitch, delay, modulation, and filtering in a new modular interface.  It features over 450 presets including over 100 new 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 H3000. The H3000 Factory 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 wave shapes, in endless permutations.  The resulting sounds, heretofore unavailable in plug-in form, must be heard to be believed.

H3000 Factory is available now at your authorized Eventide plug-in dealer or at eventide.com for a special limited time only introductory price of $199 (regularly $349).  Owners of the Anthology II HD/TDM bundle are eligible for a special limited time crossgrade price of $99 (regularly $175).  Today’s announcement follows the recent introduction of Omnipressor®, 2016 Stereo Room, and Blackhole™ native plug-ins. All special introductory pricing ends at midnight, November 23, 2012.  For more details, visit eventide.com.

About Eventide

Eventide was 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 invented the H910, the first Harmonizer effects processor in 1975, and introduced the H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer effects processor in 1987. Visit Eventide online at eventide.com.

Eventide, Harmonizer, and Omnipressor are registered trademarks; H3000 Factory and Blackhole are trademarks of Eventide Inc.  ©2012 Eventide Inc.

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