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Old 5th March 2012   #1
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Eventide Space

Anyone heard one of these boxes?
It it just plush for plush's sake?
Most video demos I've seen are with guitar; and no one really shows if it's possible to go deep into the algorithms.
Richard Devine did a vid, but it's not soooo convincing:

Eventide Space - Sneak Peak from Richard Devine on Vimeo.

Sneak peak of the new Eventide "Space" Reverb stompbox. Running a Roland TR-808 and TB-303 through some of spatial effects including basic reverbs, delays and unique combination effects.



Check out Eventide for more details: http://www.eventide.com/AudioDivision/Products/StompBoxes/Eventide_Space.aspx

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I really want to have a go on one.

I've yet to see a convincing Richard Devine 'demo' as it goes
...Here's more sub-afx wanking where you can't tell what is doing what....
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Crazy price here -- 500 euros! I'm tempted to try it out for a month (Thomann). But I'm also scared that I won't be able to let it go!

Weird to say, since I've always wanted an Eventide, but I'm not sure about the sound --- it's almost too good; can be really nicely dark but maybe not warm. e.g. The spring algorithms don't seem like they could be trashy or boingy enough.

It would probably be a great unit for sound designers who need really full-sounding, sophisticated reverbs. But I can't imagine making one of those reverbs fit into a track, without eq'ing out and compressing all the Eventide fullness and dynamic range.

I still have to hear it with my own ears, in my own studio. And maybe it's inspiring to use.

But I reckon the Strymon boxes (timeline, bluesky) look more appealing in that price range, especially if you want to sometimes just plug a guitar or synth into them.

Gear lust is pathetic.
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Yeah, they sound wicked. Just ordered a Timeline
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