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Blackhole from Eventide is a native based reverb plug-in using a classic algorithm, previously only available in Eventide rack processors. A wide range of adjustable parameters let you create unearthly spatial effects.
Blackhole's intuitive user interface is easy to manage and control. Three special switches are designed for real-time control to morph or enhance the effect.
Note: This crossgrade is for registered owners of Anthology II who wish to add the Blackhole native plug-in. The user's iLok account is needed when registering the product. Requires iLok2 if one is not already present on the system.
Customizable control with Ribbon and HotSwitch
Mono, Mono-to-Stereo, and Stereo operation
In: input level, -60 dBfs to +12 dBfs Out: output level, -60 dBfs to +12 dBfs Meters: audio level before/after reverb, post In & Out faders Overload: indicates overload in the reverb's signal chain Mix: wet/dry balance Gravity: decay time Size: size of the reverberation space Predelay: amount of delay before reverb begins, 0 to 2,000 mS Low: amount of signal below 350 Hz in the reverb tail High: amount of signal above 2 kHz in the reverb tail Tempo: 3 modes for tempo-relative performance Mod Depth: sets the modulation depth in the reverb tail Mod Rate: relative speed of the modulation in the reverb tail Resonance: controls resonance of Low and High filters Kill: mutes the dry signal to expose reverb tail Freeze: sets reverb time to infinite and mutes the dry signal Ribbon: dynamic modification of several controls at once HotSwitch: instantly toggle between 2 programmed settings
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Mac OS X 10.5 and later for Audio Units, 10.6 and 10.7 for AAX Native Host software that supports either of these plug-in formats
PC Windows 7 for AAX Native, Windows XP and Windows 7 for VST Host software that supports either of these plug-in formats