Eventide Introduces the UltraTap Plug-In

A unique multi-tap effect that’s capable of rhythmic delays, glitchy reverbs, huge pad-like volume swells, and extraordinary modulation.

Nashville, TN (July 15, 2017) -- UltraTap is a unique multi-tap effect that’s capable of rhythmic delays, glitchy reverbs, huge pad-like volume swells and extraordinary modulation. It’s the perfect tool for creating drum fills, vocal choruses, swelling guitar chords and other evolving effects. Producers, engineers, sound designers and musicians will have loads of fun discovering its multiple uses.

UltraTap is designed for real-time manipulation. The Ribbon Controller allows you to program two settings for any combination of the controls and seamlessly morph to any sound between them. The programmable HotSwitch allows you to instantly jump to an alternate sound at the push of a button. This combination of controls is intended to bring you as close as possible to the experience of tweaking real hardware.

This unique effect has been ported directly from the award-winning H9 Harmonizer multi-effect pedal. A fan favorite for years, UltraTap is not a one-trick pony. All of the presets have been converted to the plug-in as well as newly created factory and artist presets. Now you can use all the delays, reverbs, chorus and modulation effects that guitarists and synth players have grown to love. Best of all, the programmable Ribbon Controller has been optimized for live use with your favorite DAW.

UltraTap will be available for purchase on August 1st at an introductory price of $49. (MSRP $79)

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