Founded in 1971 and headquartered in Little Ferry, NJ, Eventide developed the world's first digital voice logger in 1989. Eventide has recently introduced the VR778 and the VR615, the world's first Linux-based voice loggers, and its fourth-generation digital voice logger product line. Expanding on its reputation for mission-critical reliability and ease-of-use, the new line features expanded connectivity, accessibility and density. The VR778 is expandable from 8 to 120 channels, and the VR615 from 8 to 48 channels. Both allow a mix of digital and analog inputs. Standard are dual 120 GB hard drives in a RAID-1 configuration, the license-free Eventide Call Browser software, and recordable DVD-RAM for archiving. The new VR778 and VR615 continue Eventide's tradition of purpose-built reliability and are both usable as stand-alone loggers from the front panel.