Eventide Physion MK II, structural multi-effects plugin gets a major makeover

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Eventide has updated its structural multi-effects plugin Physion to MK II with all-new effects, polyphonic pitch-shifting, new UI, and more. 

Multi-effects plugins give music producers the opportunity to connect several effects to one device. Not only does this save you plugins, but you can also often create unique signal paths. There are classic multi-effects but also innovative ones that break new ground like the Eventide Physion.

It uses a newly developed structural effects DSP technology that splits sounds into their transients and tonal parts. Now the journey continues with the MK II version and even more possibilities

Eventide Physion MK II

Eventide Physion MK II

The main core of the Physion MK II remains the same: it features Eventide’s structural effects DSP technology and its unique split concept. Also in MK II, the user can manipulate each part independently using the Eventide effects and melt the together. You can adjust the underlying split manually for more advanced sound design tasks. Plus, you can also control the transient and tonal output levels separately.

New in Physion MK II is a polyphonic pitch shift algorithm based on Eventide’s new SIFT technology. Then, you get a new reverse delay featuring gating, ping-pong, and crystal modes. There is also a new side chain input for dynamic processing and new filters taken from their award-winning SplitEQ plugin.

Furthermore, Physion MK II also comes with a new resizable GUI with a scrolling waveform display and a straightforward layout. According to Eventide, the original MK I version is now discontinued. Any customers who are Anthology XII users will automatically be able to download Physion Mk II for free.

A nice update for the unique Eventide Physion plugin. It’s a pity it’s not a free update for existing customers.

Eventide Physion MK II is available now for an introductory price of 99€. You can upgrade from Physion MKI for 39€ and from SplitEQ for 59€. It runs as a VST, VST3, AU, and AAX plugin on macOS (Intel + Apple Silicon) and Windows.

More information here: Eventide 

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