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Eventide Now Shipping Clockworks Legacy Plug-Ins

Eventide's (Little Ferry, N.J.) Clockworks Legacy Plug-Ins, including the H910, Omnipressor, Instant Phaser, Instant Flanger and H949 for Digidesign's 5/06/2003 8:00 AM Eastern

Eventide's (Little Ferry, N.J.) Clockworks Legacy Plug-Ins, including the H910, Omnipressor, Instant Phaser, Instant Flanger and H949 for Digidesign's Pro Tools TDM systems, are now shipping.

The Omnipressor, modeled after the analog hardware processor that was introduced by Eventide in 1971 and was available until 1984, is analog compressor that operates at 48/96/192kHz sample rates.

The Instant Phaser, modeled after the first analog phaser, was also introduced by the company in 1971 and sold through 1977. The Phaser retains the original's functions, including a sweeping filter bank with two outputs that are 180 degrees out-of-phase from each other. The plug-in also supports 48/96/192kHz sample rates.

The H910, Eventide's first Harmonizer brand effects processor, was introduced in 1975 and sold through 1984. The plug-in retains same functions as its predecessor, except MIDI is implemented in place of CV; sampling rates are at 48 and 96 kHz.

The Instant Flanger, an analog flanger, was first released in 1976 and sold through 1984. The plug-in features mono in and two channel outs with one 180 degrees out-of-phase from the other. Modulation sources can be blended between input level and the LFO and supports 48/96/192kHz sample rates.

The H949, its predecssor first introduced in 1977 and sold through 1984, re-creates the unique pitch change and delay functions of the original and operates at 48- and 96kHz sample rates.

For more, visit www.eventide.com.