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Eventide to reveal new Ultratap plug-in and Eurorack module at Summer NAMM

Eventide to reveal new Ultratap plug-in and Eurorack module at Summer NAMM
Adam Savage

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12 July 2017: By Adam Savage

Company will also be giving away a limited edition Copper H9 Max Harmonizer featuring the newly-released PitchFuzz algorithm.

Eventide will unveil UltraTap, a new plug-in based on their TEC Award-winning H9 Harmonizer at this year’s Summer NAMM show, which takes place at Music City Center in Nashville from 13-15 July 2017.

The company will also present its new Euro DDL module for Eurorack modular systems. Eventide will be conducting demos of these new products at their booth, (#1135) and will be giving away a limited edition Copper H9 Max Harmonizer featuring the newly-released PitchFuzz algorithm as well.

UltraTap (main picture) is a multi-tap effect that’s capable of rhythmic delays, 'glitchy' reverbs, 'huge pad-like volume swells', and 'extraordinary' modulation. It’s ideal for creating drum fills, vocal choruses, swelling guitar chords, and other evolving effects. UltraTap will be available for purchase on 1 August at an introductory price of $49. (US MSRP $79)

Euro DDL is described as 'a digital delay with an analogue soul', which strictly limits the amount of digital circuitry to the bare minimum. From short delays for double tracking, to creating swept delays and tape echo class effects, the Euro DDL brings it all to a Eurorack rig, Eventide says. It will be available in limited quantities starting in August. (MSRP $473)

EventideCopperH9Max

The limited edition Copper H9 Max Harmonizer (pictured, above) that Eventide is also giving away is preloaded with 49 effect algorithms including PitchFuzz, which combines Fuzz, Pitch and Delay for a range of tonal shapes. Customers can sign up at the Eventide booth or through the Eventide website below. Limited numbers of this special edition model will become available in August. (MSRP $797)

http://www.eventideaudio.com

https://www.namm.org//summer/2017