Sonic State brings us my favorite convention coverage ever! Superbooth 2020 Home Edition is the first convention where everyone seems relaxed and you're able to hear what's going on. No one is shouting to be heard over the din. No one is frantic to get this shit over with so they can go on to the next thing. No one is going to get any kind of illness; when it seems like just about every convention has its own minor plague.
With so many families suffering right now, I've been trying to keep a running list of anything positive to come out of this pandemic. That list is now: 1) Pandas are finally mating in captivity. 2) Conventions aren't a mess.
Here Nick Batt gets to spend some time with Eventide, and discuss the newly ported CrushStation for iOS.
Eventide have been hard at work porting some of their algorithms over to iOS devices. We have already seen some of their reverb algorithms such as Black Hole, Spring Reverb and Mangled Verb ported to iOS however their latest addition CrushStation is a distortion with built in pitch shifting, compression and EQ.
In this demo we get a look at the CrushStation being used to process 2 channels of eurorack input. The first is a look at CrushStation processing an arpeggiated line and the second is a drum track.
CrushStation iOS is available now for $9.99 from the App store.
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