Sign up for ProSoundWeb newsletters
Subscribe today!

Eventide Blackhole Native Plug-In Now Shipping
+- Print Email Share RSS RSS

Turning for the first time to its stompboxes for inspiration, Eventide today announced that its Blackhole Native plug-in for AAX, AU or VST is now available. 

The Blackhole Native plug-in is being offered free with the purchase of any Eventide Stompbox effective immediately through June 30, 2012. Today’s announcements follow the recent introduction of Eventide’s Omnipressor and 2016 Stereo Room Native plug-ins.

Blackhole has evolved over the years. In its earliest incarnation on the DSP4000 and H8000 studio processors, it was regarded by some as a secret weapon. With today’s announcement Space’s widely-acclaimed Blackhole is now available as a native plug-in for desktop and laptop recordists. 

“The response to Blackhole from our beta testers has been gratifying,” said Ray Maxwell, Vice President. “We are delighted to bring this other-worldly reverberator to a whole new group of users.”

Blackhole may not be your first choice to simulate an enclosure on the surface of the earth but, if you’re at all interested in ‘sculpting sound’, Blackhole just might pull you in. Its possibilities appear to be endless; can’t see beyond the event horizon. 

Blackhole is available now at your authorized Eventide plug-in dealer or at for a special limited time only introductory price of $99. 


With Live Sound, You Can Make Anyone Sound Good

A free subscription to Live Sound International is your key to successful sound management on any scale — from a single microphone to a stadium concert. Written by professionals for professionals, each issue delivers essential information on the latest products specs, technologies, practices and theory.
Whether you’re a house monitor engineer, technical director, system technician, sound company owner, installer or consultant, Live Sound International is the best source to keep you tuned in to the latest pro audio world. Subscribe today…it’s FREE!!

Commenting is not available in this weblog entry.

Audio Central