Featuring fifteen plug-ins and unprecedented sonic capabilities, Anthology II gives artists and engineers as diverse as Herbie Hancock, Paul Simon, Sebastian Arocha Morton, Scott Gershin, Scott Humphrey and Andrew Philpott powerful solutions for all their production needs.
“The customer response and reviews for Anthology II have been overwhelmingly positive,” said Ray Maxwell, Eventide vice president of sales and marketing. “The response has been so great in fact, that we want to make it irresistible for all Eventide plug-in owners to upgrade. Anthology II is among the most comprehensive bundles available and is comparable to bundles costing much, much more.”
Anthology II adds six new plug-ins to the Anthology bundle: two 48-bit double precision vintage equalizers; EQ65 Filter Set and EQ45 Parametric Equalizer, both 48-bit double precision; two new configurable channel strips, Ultra-Channel™ featuring Eventide’s signature micropitch shifting effect for thickening, and E-Channel™, optimized for maximum instances; Precision Time Align™ provides the ability to bring individual tracks into phase; and Quadravox™, a four-voice diatonic pitch shifter with delays. Anthology II also includes the latest versions of the nine plug-ins that comprised the original best-selling Anthology bundle: H910, H949, Instant Phaser™, Instant Flanger™, Omnipressor®, Eventide Reverb, Octavox™, H3000 Band Delays™ and H3000 Factory™. Like Anthology, Anthology II is fully compliant with ICON, D-Control, D-Command, Venue, Pro Tools 7.2, and is Mac and PC compatible.
Anthology II is available for $1,195 MSRP through authorized Eventide dealers, www.eventide.com, and outside North America through authorized Pro Tools dealers.
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 H910, 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.