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Eventide has introduced the Anthology bundle of plug-ins for Digidesign Pro Tools TDM systems. Anthology offers all nine Eventide TDM plug-ins, including the much-anticipated H3000 Factory, in one affordable bundle for Mac or Windows.
"Many Pro Tools users prefer the completeness of a bundle," said Eventide vice president of sales and marketing Ray Maxwell. "Anthology is our entire catalog of TDM plug-ins in one bundle for a very attractive price. It reflects the best Eventide effects from the 70s, 80s and 90s, as well as some new magic. Subsequent plug-in releases will be offered as affordable upgrades, so that Anthology customers can continue to have the complete Eventide software catalog at their fingertips now and in the future."
Included in the Anthology bundle are H3000 Band Delays and H3000 Factory plug-ins. Factory offers the ability to patch together any combination of eighteen effects blocks; creating your own complex multi-effects has never been so easy. Band Delays offers eight voices of tempo-based parametric filtered delays, each with pan, delay, and level controls. Factory and Band Delays are based on Eventide's best-selling H3000 and they offer its unique Function Generator featuring nineteen waveshapes, MIDI control, and all delays lockable to system tempo.
All five plug-ins from Clockworks Legacy are included. H910: the original Harmonizer pitch changer with delay; great for micro pitch shifting. H949: the Harmonizer pitch changer featuring flanging, delay, and a randomizer; great for guitar. Omnipressor: a double knee compressor/expander with an attitude. Instant Phaser: the software version of the world's first swept filter bank. Instant Flanger: a dedicated flanger featuring input level, LFO, or manual sweep for modulation sources.
Also included are two plug-ins which take their heritage from Eventide's top-of-the-line processor, Orville. Eventide Reverb is truly a multi-effect plug-in featuring nine room types with pre or post compression, pre and post parametric EQ, and twin delays. Octavox features eight voices of diatonic Harmonizer pitch shifting, each voice with individual delay, level, and pan controls, and our unique Notation Grid.
The new Anthology bundle, representing a combined retail value of $2,875, will be available for a list price of $1,195 with an estimated US street price of $995. Owners of two or more Eventide software products will be able to purchase the Anthology upgrade for $599 through June 30, 2005. Anthology will be available mid-February 2005 through authorized Eventide dealers throughout Canada and the United States. Anthology will also be available through all Digidesign Pro Tools retailers internationally.
For more information, visit their web site at www.eventide.com