NAMM06: Eventide Unveil Latest Ultra-Harmonizer

H7600 is the most powerful yet in the Ultra-Harmonizer line      31/01/06
NAMM06: Eventide Unveil Latest Ultra-Harmonizer


Eventide have introduced the H7600 Ultra-Harmonizer, their most powerful stereo effects processor yet, featuring nearly 1000 preset-algorithms and a 174-second sampler.
Eventide say that the H7600 delivers an unprecedented number of preset algorithms and processing power offering musicians, producers, and post-production professionals the ultimate Eventide stereo effects processor.
Ray Maxwell, Eventide vice president of sales and marketing said this of the H7600, “For over three decades Eventide has been amassing a diverse palette of effects and the H7600 represents the culmination of these groundbreaking efforts. The H7600 provides more power than its predecessor, the DSP7000 series, a new operating system and new search functionality providing instant access to Eventide’s renowned catalog of effects. The H7600 provides audio professionals a stereo effects processor capable of easily addressing any application.�
The H7600 features AES/EBU, S/PDIF, and word clock digital I/O, two channels of analog I/O via XLR and, alternatively, two channels of hi impedance inputs are included for instrument connection.
Every preset is its own unique algorithm; a combination of effects chosen from Eventide’s rich library of over 230 stereo effects modules and is delicately crafted for a precise function or effect. With Eventide’s exclusive Building Block Architecture, users can create their own unique preset-algorithms. The H7600 also includes the PC and OS X graphic preset development tools.
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