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Flood Relies on Eventide Plug-Ins for Numerous Projects

Eventide’s Clockworks Legacy plug-ins and Reverb 2016 have recently been put to use by Flood, a UK-based music producer who has worked on albums for Nine 11/11/2003 7:00 AM Eastern

Eventide’s Clockworks Legacy plug-ins and Reverb 2016 have recently been put to use by Flood, a UK-based music producer who has worked on albums for Nine Inch Nails, Smashing Pumpkins and Depeche Mode, and is currently working with Soulwax, a Belgium-based band incorporating DJ techniques into traditional music.

“There is a certain sound that Eventide has captured with the H949 and H910 for subtle harmonizing that works well,” Flood explained. “The Eventide Clockworks Legacy plug-ins for Pro Tools are more musical than most. Certain other plug-ins often are an awkward fit when implemented into a track. With this bundle, I have access to all of my old favorites and can easily plug them in where they belong.”

Flood has also been using the new Eventide Reverb 2016 from Princeton Digital, a re-creation of the original SP2016 algorithms featuring the three original effects—Stereo Room, Room Reverb and Plate—as well as enhanced versions of the original algorithms. “I have had negative experiences with reverbs in the past,” Flood said. “The new Eventide Reverb 2016 is a fantastic re-creation of the original plate. It smoothed out all of the unwanted characteristics of the old plates, and is the first reverb I have come across that I like in a long time.”

For more information about the plug-ins, visit www.eventide.com.