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Saturday, October 15, 2005
  EVENTIDE EXTENDS $200 REBATE ON ANTHOLOGY PLUG-IN BUNDLE

After overwhelmingly positive customer response, Eventide extends the cash rebate on its comprehensive, all-in-one plug-in bundle for Pro Tools HD users: Eventide Anthology.

In an announcement that underscores the popularity of the most comprehensive plug-ins bundle for Pro Tools users, Eventide announced today that it will extend the $200 cash rebate on the Anthology plug-ins bundle for TDM platforms through the end of the year. The extension provides Pro Tools users even more incentive to significantly increase the capabilities of their HD rigs with one powerful, effects-laden package.
"Christmas just came early for Pro Tools users, thanks to Eventide," said Ray Maxwell, Eventide vice president of sales and marketing. "With over 30 years of legendary Eventide effects wrapped up in one bundle, customers are flocking to Anthology. We're extending this rebate to allow even more users to come on board and cash in on the Eventide spectrum of effects.

"The Anthology bundle includes every Eventide plug-in available to-date for one affordable price. Purchased separately, these plug-ins would cost $2,875. Anthology lists for $1,195. The rebate, which runs through year's end, takes a great deal and makes it impossible to resist.


Included in the Anthology bundle are H3000 Band Delays™ and the recently released H3000 Factory™ plug-ins. Factory offers the ability to patch together any combination of 18 effects blocks; creating your own complex multi-effects has never been so easy. Factory includes some of Eventide's most asked-for post production presets from the H3000 such as Dragway Ad, Locker Room, Megaphone, Steambath, Telephone, and TV in the Next Room. 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 both offer its unique Function Generator featuring 19 wave shapes, MIDI control, and all delays lock 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 taken 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 the unique Notation Grid™, where musical notation meets step sequencing.

To claim the rebate, you must be a registered Pro Tools HD owner, have purchased any Digidesign MassivePack or any other Eventide plug-in, and have purchased the Eventide Anthology bundle from an authorized Eventide dealer between July 1 and December 31, 2005. The purchaser must submit to Eventide a completed rebate form, the original Eventide UPC barcode label, and original sales receipts for both the Anthology bundle and the Digidesign MassivePack or other Eventide plug-in. For all official rules and information, please visit www.eventide.com/rebate. The new Anthology bundle is available through Eventide, authorized Eventide dealers throughout Canada and the United States, and through all Digidesign Pro Tools retailers internationally.
About Eventide

http://www.eventide.com/rebate

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 H949, the first Harmonizer® effects processor in 1975, and introduced the H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer effects processor in 1988. Visit Eventide on the Web at www.eventide.com.

Eventide, Omnipressor, and Harmonizer are registered trademarks; H3000 Factory, H3000 Band Delays, Clockworks Legacy, Instant Phaser, Instant Flanger, Orville, Octavox, and Notation Grid are trademarks of Eventide Inc.

Digidesign and Pro Tools are trademarks of Digidesign, a division of Avid Technology, names and logos are used with permission.
 
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