Eventide releases Octavox as a separate plugin
Already part of Eventide's Anthology X bundle, the Octavox harmonizer is now available on its own - and at a special launching price.
Formerly available exclusively in TDM format then part of the Anthology X bundle, Eventide's Octavox is now available separately for the first time in Native AAX, AU, and VST formats.
Octavox is a time-based diatonic harmonizing effect that allows to stack harmonies, widen instruments, and create innovative rhythmic sequences. This new version is equipped with expanded MIDI functionality: each voice interval can now be set via MIDI note so it can be used live. It also comes with over 70 presets aimed at a variety of instruments, including drums.
Announced at a MSRP of $199, the Octavox plug-in is currently available for the introductory price of $99 until February 29th, 2016. More details at Eventide Audio's website.
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