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Eventide Announces 2016 Stereo Room And Omnipressor For AAX2, Native

The new plug-ins are compatible with Pro Tools 11 and no longer require an iLok.

Eventide has announced the immediate availability of the 2016 Stereo Room and Omnipressor 64-bit plug-ins for AAX2, AU, and VST Native. 

The new plug-ins are compatible with Pro Tools 11 and no longer require an iLok. 

“The legendary Stereo Room from the SP2016 and the ultimate dynamics processor, the Omnipressor, have never been so accessible to so many users.” said Ray Maxwell, Eventide’s VP of Sales and Marketing.

2016 Stereo Room Native retails for $199 is available now for a limited time for $79 and Omnipressor Native, regularly $149 is now $59.  This special introductory pricing is good through September 30, 2013.

Current owners of the Native versions of these plug-ins can download the new binaries on the support pages at at no charge.

“These studio standard tools are a must-have for any desktop production set-up,” Maxwell adds.

“I’ve been bugging any number of reverb manufacturers to emulate the 2016’s Stereo Room for over a decade,” adds George Massenburg, Engineer/Producer. “I’m excited to finally have one of my favorite reverbs available again.”


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