Eventide Releases Physion Mk II


Eventide’s Physion Mk II plugin promises “a new dimension of multi-FX”


Eventide is back with Physion Mk II, an updated version of its multi-effects plugin. Once again, this uses the company’s Structural Split technology, which enables you to break a sound up into its constituent transient and tonal parts, process them, then bring them back together.



Tonal and transient processor gets a polyphonic pitch shifter

The main new features: a Polyphonic Pitch Shifting effect, which is based on another Eventide technology, SIFT (Spectral Instantaneous Frequency Tracking), a new reverse delay with gating, ping-pong and crystal modes, a sidechain input for the dynamics processors, and filters lifted from Physion’s sister plugin, SplitEQ. The GUI is now resizable, as well.


In addition, the plugin includes 500 categorised presets, which range from the subtle to the extreme in terms of their effect. A/B comparison and Undo/Redo features should come in handy when you are experimenting with settings.


Other features include a Colorblind Accessible user interface option.


  • Polyphonic Pitch Shifting algorithm based on SIFT (Spectral Instantaneous Frequency Tracking) Technology
  • Reverse Delays with Gating, Ping-pong, and Crystals modes
  • Side Chain input for dynamics processors
  • State-of-the-art Filters, taken directly from SplitEQ
  • Resizable GUI with scrolling waveform display and easy-to-use layout – no menu diving required
  • World-class, Hand-tuned Eventide effects for the Transient & Tonal streams
  • Process Transient and Tonal Effects separately using Eventide’s Improved Structural Split technology
  • Control Transient and Tonal Output levels
  • Control the Underlying Split for fine-tuning and experimentation
  • Comprehensive Presets Library includes 500+ presets
  • A/B Comparison and Undo/Redo make it easy to explore ideas without losing where you started
  • Three Color Schemes: Normal, Dark, and Colorblind Accessible

Physion Mk II is available now for PC and Mac in VST/AU/AAX formats for the introductory price of $99 (regular price $179). Existing users and SplitEQ owners will qualify for a discount, and there’s also a 30-day demo.

Find out more on the Eventide website.


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