The Eventide H910 Harmonizer was the world's first digital effects processor. With its unique combinations of pitch shifting, modulation, and delay, the H910 has made its way onto countless ground-breaking work by artists from AC/DC to David Bowie to Frank Zappa. Eventide tells us that the new H910 plug-in for AAX, VST and AU is a faithful recreation of the original hardware. They say that they have modeled every section of the analog signal chain when developing the plug-in. Here's more details in their own words...
Create unheard mechanical sounds, drone effects, or robot language using self-oscillation, delay, and anti-feedback. Use the H910's pitch changing ability to create specific musical intervals and perfect harmonies, spread guitars, fatten snares, apply subtle organic de-tuning to synths, or add slapback delays to vocals.
In this video, electronic musician Laurie Anderson, discusses using the H910 Harmonizer...
Pricing and Availability:
$99 until July 31, 2016
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