Eventide Unveils UltraChannel Native Plug-In; Available As Free Download For Limited Time

Dongleless 64-bit channel strip with micro pitch and stereo delay

Eventide has announced the immediate availability of the new UltraChannel 64-bit native plug-in for AU, VST, and AAX64 for Mac and PC.

The new plug-in offers micro pitch functionality from the company’s flagship H8000, stereo delays with variable feedback paths, plus two stages of compression, gating, and five bands of parametric EQ.

UltraChannel is available as a free download through midnight, July 8, 2014. To take advantage of the offer, go here and enter this access code: 0AA225EC. After the promo ends, UItraChannel native will cost $249.

UltraChannel features a pair of dynamics processors: the O-Pressor, capable of extreme compression (this is the compressor section of the Omnipressor) and a conventional compressor with de-essing and side-chain capability. 

UltraChannel also offers Soft-Saturation, as well as Transformer emulation which recreates transformer core saturation, which adds harmonics to low-frequency material while remaining relatively transparent to the rest of signal.  While relatively subtle, in aggregate, Transformer can bring life to otherwise dull mixes and help glue disparate sound sources together. 

In addition, FlexiPath routing allows drag and drop for reordering the signal path of the top level components (O-Pressor, compressor/de-esser, EQ, gate).

UltraChannel includes a variety of factory presets tailored to signal sources such as guitar, bass, kick drum, snare, piano, strings, synths and vocals. A number of the presets were created by Eventide artists.

“Eventide invites all native plug-in users to own this flexible sound shaping tool with our compliments,” says Ray Maxwell, vice president sales and marketing. “We can think of no better way of inviting new users to join the Eventide family than to share this great plug-in with everyone. We are confident that once you’ve had a taste of Eventide, you’ll be back for more.”


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