Eventide - Ensemble Bundle 2.15.2 VST, VST3, AAX x64


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A significant number of the modules you really want accompany your DAW. Be that as it may, to characterize your own sound, you need more. This brings up the issue of how you can make your tracks stand apart from others, The Eventide Outfit is the appropriate response. 
Eventide Modules enable you to make any strong for your tracks and entryways to make new sounds you've never heard. Our modules reproduce the sounds that have characterized exemplary accounts by eminent makers, architects, and specialists like Dave Pensado, George Massenburg, Tony Visconti, Steve Vai, Jimmy Page, Blunt Zappa, Eddie Van Halen, and the sky is the limit from there. 
Beginning around 1971, Eventide has been at the bleeding edge of sound recording innovation. Our first Moment Phaser and Moment Flanger items were noteworthy. You can hear these early EVENTIDE consequences for Drove Airship's "Kashmir" and David Bowie's "Remains to Cinders" and many other exemplary accounts. In 1976, we began the computerized sound transformation with the world's first advanced impacts box, the H910 Harmonizer, which is as yet utilized on endless accounts right up 'til the present time. Also, during the 80s and 90s, the H3000 Harmonizer was available in racks in pretty much every significant recording studio on the planet. Eventide's Group incorporates copying of these unbelievable apparatuses in addition to exemplary EQs, blowers, elements processors, delays, reverb, pitch twists. 
EVENTIDE modules sound actually like the first equipment. What's more, when we say our modules are dependably reproduced, they are ... To really encounter the remarkable sound of exemplary instruments, modules should be painstakingly intended to precisely impersonate the subtleties of the first simple and computerized circuits. These modules are not imitating made by outsiders, but rather the property of Eventide.

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