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In 1971, in a New York City basement, Eventide Clockworks revolutionized the audio industry by creating the world’s first studio effects processor–the Instant Phaser and pro audio’s first digital device, the Digital Delay Line. Over the course of the following decade, Eventide would release the world’s first Harmonizer®, the H910, along with other industry firsts: Omnipressor®, Instant Flanger, H949, and SP2016.
Now, producers and engineers can evoke the classic effects heard on countless records from the last 50 years with the Clockworks Bundle. Painstakingly modeling every aspect of these hardware units was neither quick nor easy, but now the must-have sonic beauty of these classic boxes is available for use with your favorite D.A.W. live or in the studio.
Each plug-in has been modeled on the original Clockworks hardware to offer faithful emulation. Alongside this, these plug-ins offer the unique qualities and characteristics that made the original units so highly praised. The interfaces for the plug-ins take on the classic “dark-meter” image, making them clean and easy to use.
- 6 powerful plug-ins
- Thousands of presets
- Pro-quality sound
- Award-winning innovative effects
- Emulation of industry firsts
As a bonus, the H910 Harmonizer® and H949 Harmonizer® plug-ins include the dual version, enhancing your experience with these legendary emulations.
Instant Phaser MkII (1972)
The Instant Phaser‘s analog charm makes it truly unique. It was the world’s first studio phaser and the first rack mount effects unit, period. It can be used for smooth modulation and stereo decorrelation.
H910 Harmonizer® (1974)
The H910 Harmonizer® was the world’s first digital effects unit. Its unique combination of pitch shifting, feedback and more make it a huge hit. Thickening instruments is H910’s bread and butter.
The Omnipressor®‘s flexible nature, with options to control all aspects of dynamic modification, including infinite compression, dynamic reversal, and side-chaining, makes it a must-have.
Instant Flanger MkII (1975)
The Instant Flanger‘s vintage modulation sweetness allows you to explore “true” time-based emulation of tape flanging. Combine controls to create more layers and less predictable sweeps.
H949 Harmonizer® (1979)
The H949 Harmonizer®‘s formal micro pitch shifting mode makes it shine for lead guitar virtuosos. Use it as an automatic double-track for guitars and vocals, or conquer the ‘glitch’ technique.
SP2016 Reverb (1981)
The SP2016 is more than just a reverb; the original unit was the world’s first programmable effects processor. Use it to add lush and distinct reverb on any instrument for a signature sound.