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Free Eventide Blackhole VST For Akai MPC And Advance Keyboard Users
The free plug-in offer features Eventide’s classic Blackhole Reverb effect, which is redeemable upon registration. This offer will run until the 30/9/16. Eventide’s Blackhole empowers producers to create extra-terrestrial spatial effects, unlike conventional reverbs that are tethered to the limitations of the real world. From expansive, lingering reverb tails to subtle, ambient washes that underpin the backdrop of a chart-topping mix, Blackhole is the recording industry’s secret weapon.
The plug in has more than 50 presets and has a unique ‘gravity’ control which can reverse the arrow of time by inverting the reverb’s decay. A number of other intuitive parameters are also included to help this classic effect sit perfectly in your mixes and productions.
To register your compatible AKAI product, click here
By Josh Hummerston
Posted on 9 Aug 2016 12:06 to category : Instruments News
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