Get Cool Effects With FISSION


Are you in the market for a new effects plugin? Take some time to check out FISSION from Eventide that has the patent pending STRUCTURAL EFFECTS. Read more below.

LITTLE FERRY, NJ, U.S.A: recording modern technology trendsetter Eventide reveals a brand-new plug-in by happily announcing the release of FISSION– the first product to feature its influential STRUCTURAL EFFECTS for cleanly and entirely separating the transient and also tonal parts of a sound in a patent-pending technique that makes it functional to customize the individual parts separately.

While standard methods are limited by their reliance on dynamics processing, Eventide’s proprietary STRUCTURAL EFFECTS technique utilizes frequency-and-time-domain-sifting to, in effect, deconstruct a sound. The plugin includes multi-effects for the tonal parts making it possible for adjustments from the subtle to the strange. It’s a new tool for collaborating with effects like reverb, eq, and delay; as well as a looper’s fantasy. It’s also a new device for standard, utilitarian usages.

For a limited time, you can get FISSION at the introductory price of $97.00 USD

Price $179.00 USD

Buy FISSION here.


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