The ultimate channel strip plug-in from Eventide, UltraChannel, is on sale through 1/31/16 at a whopping 80% off. In short you can pick it up for less than $50!
Little Ferry, NJ — Today Eventide announced a special limited time price for its signature channel strip plug-in, UltraChannel™. This unique plug-in offers micro pitch functionality from the H8000FW studio Harmonizer®, stereo delays with variable feedback paths, plus two stages of compression, gating, and five bands of parametric EQ. UltraChannel is on sale for $49 until January 31, 2016 (Normally priced at $249).
Over 200 unique factory presets, many created by Eventide artists, tailored to signal sources such as guitar, bass, kick drum, snare, piano, strings, synths and vocals.
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.
Soft-Saturation, and Transformer emulation adds harmonics to low frequency material while remaining relatively transparent to the rest of signal. The Transformer can bring life to otherwise dull mixes and help glue disparate sound sources together.
FlexiPath™ routing allows drag and drop for reordering the signal path of the top level components (O-Pressor, compressor/de-esser, EQ, Gate).
A fully functional 30-day demo version is available. UltraChannel is part of the Anthology X bundle. Visit eventideaudio.com for more information.
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