Eventide is proud to announce the release of H3000 Factory and Blackhole 64-bit plug-in update supporting AAX64/Pro Tools 11 and VST Mac.

If you already own these Native plug-ins your update is FREE.
The new installers are here:

Mac Installer
Windows Installer


H3000 Factory
Mac Installer
Windows Installer



If you don't, there has never been a better time to get these two outstanding plug-ins because they are on sale through April 30. H3000 Factory is only $199 (regularly $349) and Blackhole is only $99 (regularly $199). Get them here.


Plugin FAQ

Q: Do I need an iLok to use Eventide Plug-ins?

A: Eventide's Native plug-ins do not require the use of an iLok usb dongle, however they do use PACE's iLok License Manger for authorization which is available from http://www.ilok.com.

Q: How many computers can I activate my license on?

A: Using iLok License Manger, you can activate the license in two separate locations, each of which can be either a computer, or an iLok license key. You can move these licenses at any time using PACE's iLok License Manager software.

Q: I'm having trouble registering my plug-in, do you have detailed steps for doing so?

A: Sure, first you need to create an account at www.ilok.com and download their iLok License Manager software. Install it on your computer. Once you do this, you can register your plug-in on eventide.com, which will automatically send a license to your iLok account, and therefore will appear in iLok License Manager. At this point, you can move this license onto your iLok or computer and the plug-in will be authorized and work.

Alternatively, for products that allow computer authorization, after you've installed iLok License Manger and registered the plug-in, you can launch your DAW. Once the DAW scans the installed plug-in it will present a dialog box to install the license on your computer or iLok.

Q: I have registered my plug-ins on www.eventide.com, but they are not authorizing on my DAW?

A: In order to authorize your plug-in you need to install the iLok License Manager from www.ilok.com and move the license to either your computer or iLok license dongle. Even if you have a licensed iLok plugged in, the iLok License Manager must be installed.

Q: When I register my plug-in I get an "Invalid Serial Number" error. Why is this?

A: There are several reasons you may see this error, but a common one is a mismatch of the serial number format. All Eventide plug-ins have a serial number in the form of XX-###### where XX represents a two letter sequence defining the product type and ###### is a 6 digit number. All plug-ins also have a 16 digit license key in the format ****-****-****-**** where each * can be either a letter or number. The license key is entered on the second page of the registration process.

If you believe your serial number and license key are entered correctly, please contact support@eventide.com and we will solve the problem as quickly as possible.

Q: Do H3000 Factory and Blackhole still require iLoks?

A: No, while this was once true, H3000 Factory, Blackhole, 2016 Stereo Room, and Omnipressor are all now able to be authorized on either an iLok, or directly on your computer.

Q: Which formats do your plug-ins support?

A: Our legacy ProTools TDM plug-ins support ProTools HD and HD-Accel on both Mac and Windows. Our native plug-ins including H3000 Factory Native, Blackhole, Omnipressor, and 2016 Stereo Room native plug-ins support AAX32, AAX64, AU, and VST on Mac, and AAX32, AAX64, and VST on Windows.

Q: Are your plug-ins 64 bit compatible?

A: All Eventide native plug-ins are 64 bit compatible with AAX, AU, and VST.

Q: Will you be creating a Mac VST version of all your products?

A: We have now added Mac VST support to the shipping installers for all native plug-ins.

Q: Will there be an AAX64 version of all your products?

A: We have now added AAX64 support to the shipping installers for all native plug-ins.

Q: Which DAWs do you test against?

A: We currently test in house against ProTools 10, ProTools 11, Ableton Live 8, Ableton Live 9, Apple Logic 9, Apple Logic X, and Steinberg Cubase 7. However, in the rare event that users encounter problems with other DAWs we make efforts to investigate. If you experience such problems please inform us in our support forum.


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