Those famous Eventide sound-shaping tools are now available in stomps. The company has applied the same algorithms from their trusted rack units to their new stomps, giving you Eventide tone in a portable, stage-friendly unit. In video demo we take a look at the ModFactor and run through some of its effects. Among them you'll hear a very controllable stereo chorus, a flanger and a cool wah that is capable of giving you more vowell sounds -- wah to yah to much more. The Eventide ModFactor lists for $499.



Those famous Eventide sound-shaping tools are now available in stomps. The company has applied the same algorithms from their trusted rack units to their new stomps, giving you Eventide tone in a portable, stage-friendly unit. In video demo we take a look at the ModFactor and run through some of its effects. Among them you'll hear a very controllable stereo chorus, a flanger and a cool wah that is capable of giving you more vowell sounds -- wah to yah to much more. The Eventide ModFactor lists for $499.

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