The Eventide H9000 may very well be the very last hardware based multi-effects processor we ever see out of Eventide, as the performance simply can not get any better. 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 Alesis Microverb 4 brought full bandwidth 18 bit effects processing to the masses at an incredibly low price, with limited editing and a mass of presets. While not as flexible as Alesis’s other models, such as the Quadraverb 4, the Alesis Microverb 4 offered good value for money a range of effects for the home recording musician.
The Lexicon MX300 is designed to be ultra-easy-to use in demanding live sound situations, as well as in the studio environment. Lexicon’s revolutionary MX200 and MX400 changed everything. The great sound of a hardware Lexicon reverb — plus the ability to put that power to work as part of your DAW workflow via plug-ins (32-bit only).
You want the rich, luscious sound that’s defined studio reverb for three decades: then you need a genuine Lexicon hardware processor like the MX400XL. But you also want the flexibility of programming high-quality effects right inside your DAW program…without bogging down your CPU or resorting to expensive processing cards.
You want the rich, luscious sound that’s defined studio reverb for three decades: a genuine Lexicon hardware processor. But you also want the flexibility of programming high-quality effects right inside your DAW program…without bogging down your CPU or resorting to expensive processing cards.
The Eventide H8000 features 1,800 post-production and music effects presets, never before has Eventide unleashed so much power for your creativity. The Eventide H8000FW offers four channels of pristine analog I/O combined with eight channels of AES/EBU, ADAT, and S/PDIF I/O. New FireWire I/O now allows direct connection to your Mac or PC so you can directly patch 24-bit audio to and from the eight inputsnd outputs.
Whether you’re looking for raw processing power with instant front-panel access for live performance, or seeking rich, smooth and complex processing algorithms in the studio, Lexicon brings the best of both worlds together in the Lexicon MX200.
The Mackie QUAD EQ along with it’s sibling the Mackie QUAD Comp/Gate where two of the last great products to come out of Mackie Corporation. The Mackie QUAD series products provided four channels of anlaogue in and out, with quality digital conversion to treat the signal in the digital domain, with analogue conversion out.
The Mackie QUAD Comp/Gate along with it’s sibling the Mackie QUAD EQ where two of the last great products to come out of Mackie Corporation. The Mackie QUAD series products provided four channels of anlaogue in and out, with quality digital conversion to treat the signal in the digital domain, with analogue conversion out.
Yamaha SPX2000 Professional Multi-Effect Processor
The Yamaha SPX2000, while inheriting the standard interface and popular programs from its predecessors, brings a new dimension to the SPX sound with advanced REV-X reverb algorithms and 24-bit, 96k-Hz audio processing.
Kurzweil Mangler is based on the effects found in the KSP8, Kurzweil’s flagship multichannel effects processor, and offer easy-to-use effect presets for any environment. Both models are single rack space units featuring 192 effects presets, 64 locations for user-created presets, balanced stereo analog inputs and outputs, S/PDIF digital I/O, and pre-effect EQ.
From the creators of the finest synthesizers in the world comes the world’s most powerful effects processor, The Kurzweil KSP8 is winner of the 2003 Electronic Musician Editors Choice Award for Best Effects Processor Over $1000.
Eventide loaded the Eventide DSP7000 Ultra-Harmonizer with features that put it in a class by itself. The variety and depth of its programs are truly amazing, from lush reverbs, to choruses, to flanges, to delays, to pitch shifters, to dynamics, to EQs, to filters, to distortions, to synthesizers, to samplers, to ring modulators, and to everything in-between.
Eventide Harmonizer® Orville Multi-Channel Effects System
The Eventide Orville is a programmable, multichannel, multipurpose, dual digital signal processor (DSP), 24 bit digital audio signal processor with UltraShifter capability. It is the successor to a long, proud line of digital signal processors that stretches back to a time when most audio manufacturers didn’t know digital audio from Morse code.
The Eventide Eclipse is the power, the performance, the heritage of Eventide Audio effects in a single rack space unit. From the amazing range and depth of its algorithms to its comprehensive array of analog and digital I/O ports, the Eclipse puts the legendary effects processing power of Eventide within your reach.
Lexicon 960L, was the last of the big reverbs from Lexicon and was a configurable Stereo/Surround Reverb Processor and Flying Fader Remote. (LARC) For nearly thirty years, the world’s most accomplished engineers and producers have relied upon Lexicon for their most critical music and sound productions, and the Lexicon 960L was a powerhouse.
TC Electronic M-One XL is a dual effects unit, perfectly designed for LIVE applications. The reverbs truly shine, but it also features lots of other pristine effects. TC Electronic XL Technology – Based on Our Renowned Reverb Heritage. High-quality Multi Effects – Reverb, Delay, Chorus, Flanger, Compressor, Gate, etc.
The TC Electronic FireworX is the most radical sounding Multi-Effects Processor you’ve ever heard and a real challenge to your imagination. Take whatever you need from the broad palette of internal effects, drop it into the forge at the heart of the TC Electronic FireworX, and turn your music into a fireball of sound.
Sony made a killer effects processor with the DPS-V77, so next step was to capitalize on that with a four channel version right? But, something went wrong…On paper at least, the Sony DPS-V55 should be a killer effects processor, but by all accounts it does not succeed. Just as Roland did with their SRV-3030, the sound quality leaves a lot to be desired.
The Lexicon PCM 81 takes over where the Lexicon PCM 80 left off, and adds AES/EBU Digital I/O, includes algorithms and presets from the Pitch FX and Vocal Fix Cards, and adds 24-bit converters for even higher quality audio.
The Ensoniq DP Pro released in 1997, was the final effects processor to come out of Ensoniq. It came after the success of the DP/4, DP/4+ and DP/2 processors. Unlike the DP/4 & DP/4+, the Ensoniq DP Pro was a stereo effects processor. Sadly two channels of processing was not all it lost, it also lost the more intuitive interface of the DP/4 series of processors.
The Lexicon MPX1 was aimed at guitarists/home recording musicians, and while there are programs for guitar, it also makes an excellent all round effects processor. The Lexicon MPX1 multi processor technology gives you multi-effects the way you expect them to work with instant access to individual effects, and the ability to run uncompromised stereo reverb at all times.
The TC Electronic M2000 provides you with a broad palette of high quality effects enabling you to create magical effects. The true dual engine configuration on the TC Electronic M2000 allows you to run two full-blown effects simultaneously, i.e. on two individual effects sends.
The Alesis MidiVerb 4 is the perfect effects processor for professional project studios and musicians who require an affordable solution for fully-programmable, high-fidelity effects. Its excellent effects algorithms produce dense, natural reverb, rich chorus, flange, delay, pitch effects and up to three simultaneous multieffects.
The Ensoniq DP/2 is equally at home in a professional recording studio, home studio, guitar rig, MIDI setup, or PA system. The Ensoniq DP/2 creates 24-bit digital effects using two independent processors, and features two independent inputs and outputs with full internal mixing capabilities and discrete stereo processing.
The Lexicon PCM 80 brings you exciting new effects with extensive processing and control capabilities, and uncompromising sonic clarity. The Lexicon PCM 80 contains a built-in library of 200 preset programs that provide a comprehensive array of effects ranging from beautiful and lush to completely wild.
Following on from the huge success Ensoniq enjoyed with the DP/4, the Ensoniq DP/4+ took a successful recipe and added subtle updates to the interface. The Ensoniq DP/4+ creates 24-bit digital effects using four independent processors, and features four independent inputs and outputs with full internal mixing capabilities.
The TC Electronic M5000 Digital Audio Mainframe is unlike any other effects processor you have ever seen, at least is was at the time…By combining TC DARC technology with the skills of the best signal processing software engineers around the world, we have created the perfect mix of effects you have access to in the TC Electronic M5000 today.
Having done all they could with the DPS series, Sony only had one place left go, and that was to combine all four DPS effects into a single processor. The Sony DPS-V77 was born! In creating the Sony DPS-V77, Sony unleashed a ‘Best of Sony’ in terms of not only the effects on offer by combining all the best DPS Series effects, but also the sonic performance of the internals too.