The Eventide Model H910 Harmonizer was the world’s first commercially available digital audio effects device.
The AMS DM2-20 tape phase simulator is the result of long and extensive research into the requirements and needs of the recording industry.
The EMT 250 Digital Reverb is completely electronic, with no moving parts; ruggedly built and insensitive to shock or vibrations. Extremely versatile with many programming possibilities and adjustment of parameters.
The Eventide Model H949 Harrnonizer is a combination digital delay line, pitch changer, and all-round special effects unit.
The Dynacord DRS 78 provides a very wide range of reverb and echo effects and it produces above all true and absolutely natural reverb effects.
The dmx15-80s is a true stereo microprocessor controlled digital delay line. Originally designed to meet specifications laid down by the British Broadcasting Corporation for equipment to be supplied to them, it offers two completely independently delayed channels with precisely controlled delay times.
The lexicon 224 is a legendary studio reverb unit having featured on countless number one records around the world.
The Lexicon PCM 41 is a versatile Digital Delay Processor, a compact third generation system that yields up to 800 milliseconds of high performance audio delay.
The RMX 16 digital reverberation system is totally electronic; the sound is completely unaffected by external vibrations or mechanical shocks. Unlike its mechanical counterpart the RMX 16 system does not require special installation.