WNAMM08: Eventide Processor's Pro Tools Integration

Eventide E-Control plug-in provides Pro Tools control integration with H8000, H7600 and Eclipse      25/01/08
WNAMM08: Eventide Processor's Pro Tools Integration


Eventide have unveiled a new RTAS plug-in that provides real-time control of its H8000 series, H7600, and Eclipse multi-effects processors. E-Control provides multiple parameter control automation, and program change capability which is saved with the session for easy recall from within ProTools.
Ray Maxwell, Eventide vice president of sales and marketing, had this to say, “With E-Control, we’re providing a deeper level of integration, allowing ProTools users to more easily take advantage of the thousands of extraordinary effects found in our hardware boxes. By bridging the divide between outboard processors and desktop workflow, we’re providing Pro Tools users with a cost-effective and intuitive way to get the most from Eventide outboard processors. We are combining unfettered access to the vast universe of effects, heard on countless hit records over the past 37 years, with the convenience of control automation and instant recall from within the session.�
Pricing and Availability:
The E-Control plug-in for ProTools TDM will be released April 30th for $199. E-Control will be available at no charge with the H8000FW, H7600, and Eclipse hardware processors purchased September 1, 2007 through April 30th 2008. More information:


Eventide H8000FW - Multi Channel, Multi Effects Processor with Analog, Digital and FireWire I/O
$5495.00


Eventide Anthology X - Plug-In Suite (Download)
$999.00


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