Physion (formerly known as Fission) is the first plug-in to use our ground-breaking Structural Effects technology - A new method for processing audio. It allows you to split a sound into its transient and tonal parts, independently manipulate them using Eventide's world-class effects and then fuse them back together. With the ability to add effects and dynamic controls to the transient and tonal sections, you can produce a wide range of effects, from the subtle to the extreme.
Split audio into “Transient” and “Tonal” components
Radically re-shape a sound by soloing the Tonal and Transient channels. Tighten up drums by dropping the tonal section, or tune a guitar into an ambient sweep by losing the transients
Split, modify and reassemble any sound
Fine-tune the split using the four “Structural Split” controls.
Six Transient effects available: Delay, Tap Delay, Dynamics, Phaser, Reverb, Gate + EQ
Waveform display for clear tracking of Transient/Tonal audio in real time
Artists presets include Richard Devine, Chris Carter, Suzanne Ciani, Joe Chiccarelli, John Agnello, Stewart Lerman, Steve Rosenthal, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and more.
Sound Design Physion is a versatile tool for sound designers. Splitting and manipulating audio allows you to create and explore sounds never heard before. Remove transients from pianos or guitars to create bowed sounds,or go even further by adding extreme effects to the independent channels.
Drum Tuning Physion allows you to easily re-tune a drum without affecting the transient. Delay the cracking transient of a rimshot while leaving the tonal ring as-is. Solo out the transients to tighten up a sound and add some compression to tighten further.
Articulation Physion’s structural split can be used to modify vocals in subtle or drastic ways. Emphasize or reduce sibilance, add or remove resonance, or turn robust vocals into whispers.
Transient Shaping Physion is not a traditional transient shaper - it’s a transient separator. It goes beyond what has been possible by allowing you to surgically tune the transient and tonal response independently.
Audio Restoration Remove unwanted tonal ring and hiss, or just reduce it with compression/expansion. Beef up the transients from old instrumental recordings to improve presence in a mix without squashing the life out of the tonal material.
Loop Mangling Use various instances of Fission to morph and transform your loops using independent tonal and transient delays.
Six Transient Effects
Delay - A standard Delay echo effect with Tempo Sync capability and low and high cut filtering.
Tap Delay - A multi-tap delay-line with Tempo Sync capability. Useful for rhythmic delays, wacky comb filtering, volume swells, or unique reverberant sounds.
Dynamics - A combined Compressor/Limiter and Expander/Gate (function is determined by Ratio control).
Phaser - A classic multi-stage allpass based Phaser effect, which can be controlled via LFO or Envelope.
Reverb - A room Reverb designed with high echo density, imparting a fast and smooth build-up of reflections. This pairs nicely with transient sounds to create a sense of space without obvious echo slap back.
Gate + EQ - A Gate followed by a 3-band overdrive-able EQ.
Seven Tonal Effects
Compressor - A standard Compressor/Limiter.
Chorus - Multi-voiced chorus with randomized modulation
EQ - A 3-band overdrive-able EQ.
Delay - A standard Delay echo effect with Tempo Sync capability, modulation, and low and high cut filtering.
Reverb - A large space Reverb designed with lower echo density (compared to Transient Reverb) and targeted high modal density with little to no modulation to avoid a chorusing sound on the tails. This allows the tonal audio to breathe in the space, yet evolve into dense pad-like reverberant tails.
PitchShift - A 3-voice Pitch Shifter with +/- 1 octave shift per voice and an overall fine tuning control. Useful for retuning drums, creating harmonies, or micropitch chorusing/double-tracking all without transient slap back or smearing.
Tremolo - A standard Tremolo effect which is driven by an LFO in (optional) combination with the Envelope of the plug-in’s input.