Zinda Embraces Eventide Plug-Ins

Little Ferry, NJ (April 22, 2008)--Film sound designer Peter Zinda has made the transition from his Eventide DSP4000 and other outboard processors to Eventide's Anthology II TDM plug-in bundle.
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Peter Zinda has made the transition to Eventide's Anthology II TDM plug-in bundle.Little Ferry, NJ (April 22, 2008)--Film sound designer Peter Zinda has made the transition from his Eventide DSP4000 and other outboard processors to Eventide's Anthology II TDM plug-in bundle.

"My DSP4000 is one of the few outboard pieces I still reach for," said Zinda. "But now, the Anthology II plug-in bundle gives me that great Eventide sound, along with programmability and the power to automate parameters on any track. Anthology II also allows me to use multiple instances of plug-ins in the same session which I couldn't do with my outboard gear."

Zinda discovered that, when the processing chain is saved inside the session, he personally found it easier to go back to a project at a later date. It also enabled him to collaborate with another sound editor.

Zinda has served as sound designer and sound effects editor on a vast number of major Hollywood releases such as The Express, Mission: Impossible III, Blade 2 and Chronicles of Riddick. His efforts in the studio have garnered him the Golden Reel Award for Best Sound Editing for Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, and he has been nominated for awards on many other projects.

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