March 21st, 2017 by Dan Gluszak
Fission is the first in a new class of “Structural Effects” from Eventide.
Every so often, audio developers come along with a truly out-of-the-box idea that can change the creative processes for artists and producers.
Eventide, a company whose history is rich with these kinds of forward-thinking developments, have recently Read more...
March 3rd, 2017 by Dan Gluszak
Eventide announces Fission, a new plug-in capable of separating transients from tonal components.
Separate transients from tonal characteristics for the first time ever with Fission by Eventide.
Eventide unveils its Structural Effects technology for the first time to employ a patent-pending technique for cleanly and completely separating the transient Read more...
February 2nd, 2017 by Jake Goodman
When Sound Performance Labs introduced its revolutionary dynamics processor, Transient Designer, in the late 90s, it created a whole new class of audio effects.
This groundbreaking new design employed what SPL would call its “Differential Envelope Technology” to adjust the relative levels of the attack and sustain of a sound, Read more...
January 23rd, 2017 by SonicScoop
Did you miss the 2017 NAMM show? Or did you make it, but find yourself unable to wind through the huge number of new releases on display? Have no fear, we’ve got you covered with our latest photo journal of all the best new pro audio releases.
Floor traffic at Read more...
February 21st, 2013 by Justin Colletti
In the days of vinyl and tape cassettes, providing your listeners with information about your music was simple: Everything from song titles to song-writers, lyrics to album art, engineering credits to UPC codes, could be included in the sleeve or album sticker, and that was that.
Today, what drives growth Read more...