Eventide Octavox Now Available Separately

Anthology X bundle Harmonizer plug-in released in Native AAX, AU, and VST formats      02/02/16

Eventide Octavox Now Available Separately


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Octavox, which Eventide describes as one of the crown jewels of their flagship plug-in bundle, Anthology X, will now be offered separately for the first time in Native AAX, AU, and VST formats.

Octavox is a unique time-based diatonic harmonizing effect that allows you to stack harmonies, widen instruments, and create innovative rhythmic sequences with ease. Eventide tells us that this new version is equipped with expanded MIDI functionality. Now each voice interval can be set via MIDI note so you can play it live.

Octavox features over 70 presets optimized for a variety of instruments, including drums.  Eventide believes that it's the ultimate tool for creating inspiring new harmonies and rhythmic melodies.

Features:

  • 8-voice diatonic pitch shifter based on technology from Eventide's flagship H8000 effects processor.
  • Independent manipulation of key, timing, panning, delay, detune, and feedback for each voice.
  • Notation Grid presents pitches on a traditional music staff with a quantized grid for a musical programming experience.
  • Pitch-tracking 'off' mode allows it to shine on polyphonic and rhythmic sounds.
  • Updated and expanded MIDI functionality so that each voice interval can be set via MIDI note making it easy to use in live performance to manipulate incoming signals.
  • Over 70 presets optimized for a variety of instruments.
  • Innovative MixLock function allows you to quickly audition presets while keeping the wet/dry mix level static.




Pricing and Availability:
On sale for $99 until the end of February 2016. (MSRP $199)

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