In the mid 1980’s Yamaha released a number of great reverbs and multi-effects boxes, they were successful in both live music effects racks and studio effects racks.
The Eventide H3000 is one of the most legendary multi-effects boxes ever made, and while it has been ‘improved’ over the years, for many it has never been beaten. Guitarists in particular relish this machine as much as Jimi himself!
The Yamaha SXP90 is another one of the most popular reverbs on our site, with hundreds of views every month, and thanks once again to Eugene, we now have a huge number of audio samples.
The Lexicon PCM 70 has proven to be one of the most popular reverbs on our site over the years, and thanks to one very generous person by the name of Eugene, we now have a huge number of audio samples.
At the time of their release they were a more affordable option than the DPS Series of processors that came before them.
Rather than simply make a plugin, they have chosen to offer a beautiful desktop hardware controller to go with it and it mimics the design language of the original 2290 very well.
The Eventide H9000 continues Eventide’s unbroken tradition of delivering industry-leading signal processing power to the pro audio community. The culmination of a multi-year development cycle, the H9000 features 8x the processing power of the H8000 and a huge array of I/O options, as well as network capability.
The new Eventide H9000 is a powerhouse compared to the original Harmonizers of the early 1980s and will no doubt offer pristine audio quality…
Featuring 810 ms of delay, brighter rooms, and variations of the legendary RMX16 Nonlin, Reverse and Plate reverbs, the new AMS RMX16 Expanded Digital Reverb plug-in is a powerful update to this iconic studio tool.