Explore the history of tape flanging and the first device to simulate the effect, the PS101 Instant Phaser.
Learn about the history of the Digital Delay Line and it’s impact on the industry.
Learn how DDL1745 evolved with the addition of LEDs and improved electronic control of delay.
We take a look at the DDL1745M, a new kind of Delay Line with built-in RAM Memory.
Learn about the world’s first dynamics effects processor with sidechain and a host of other features.
Learn the history of pitch change and the products that would eventually become the Harmonizer.
Explore how the combination of Delay, Pitch & Feedback became the H910 Harmonizer.
Minds. Blown. The earliest users of the H910 share their experience with the world’s first digital effects device.
Learn the history of tape flanging and the and the many ways the FL201 Instant Flanger changed music production.
Learn about our first non-rackmount product, the HM80—a Harmonizer designed for performing musicians.
Learn about our de-glitching technology and the nuts and bolts of the first Intelligent Audio Processor!
Part two of the H949 Harmonizer Creation Saga explores the many groundbreaking features of this new and improved Harmonizer.
We continue the tale of the H949 Harmonizer by sharing stories from some its most devoted users and the classic albums it has appeared on.
Learn about the Eventide H969 Harmonizer, released in 1984 and offered the “cleanest, highest quality pitch change ever.”
The Broadcast Products that Were and Weren’t, including the short-lived Eventide Monstermat.
Learn about the Eventide Profanity Delay which became almost indispensable to talk radio.
Learn about an entirely different product, the Eventide Spectrum Analyzer.