Eventide Releases H3000 Band Delays Plug-in

Manipulate up to 8 voices by frequency, resonance, filter type, delay time, volume and panning      03/12/15

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Eventide has released the H3000 Band Delays native plug-in, taken from the Band Delays algorithm in the classic multi-effect processor, the H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer. They say that this is a unique plug-in that's capable of everything from standard delays and filtering, to stereo-widening and killer rhythmic effects.

A spokesperson told us, "H3000 Band Delays is a truly unique multi-effect that is part of Eventide's powerful plug-in bundle, Anthology X. Feed it any instrument or vocal - Band Delays instantly manipulates up to 8 voices by frequency, resonance, filter type, delay time, volume and panning. Easily build complex movement using the H3000 Function Generator. No other plug-in on the market can make your drums, guitars, or vocals sound quite like this. With H3000 Band Delays, you can play an effect like an instrument. Every parameter can be automated or manipulated in real time via MIDI note. Play filter frequencies with a keyboard controller to get not only rhythmic, but also musical results."

Features

  • 8 voices, each of which can be altered by frequency, resonance, filter type, delay time, volume and panning.
  • Filters assignable as band pass, low pass, high pass, all pass, or notch filter
  • Assign the H3000 Function Generator to several parameters to create movement and bring life to drums and stringed instruments.
  • Beat grid gives visual representation for creating unique rhythms from your sound.
  • Route a MIDI keyboard to the plugin to play the filters as musical notes.
  • Includes presets from original H3000 hardware in addition to many new inspiring choices.
  • MixLock keeps the wet/dry mix of the effect static as you scroll through presets or user-defined snapshots

 



Pricing and Availability:
On sale for $99 until December 31, 2015 (normally $199)

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