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Eventide is a professional audio equipment company that was founded in the United States in the early 1970s. The company is well-known for its pioneering work in digital effects processing, particularly in the area of time-based effects like reverb and delay.

Eventide’s first digital effects processor, the H910 Harmonizer, was introduced in 1975. The H910 was a groundbreaking product that allowed for the manipulation of pitch and time in real-time, creating unique and otherworldly effects that had never been heard before. The H910 was quickly embraced by musicians and producers in a variety of genres, from rock and pop to electronic and experimental music.

In the years that followed, Eventide continued to develop and refine their digital effects technology, introducing a range of groundbreaking products that set new standards for quality and versatility. One of their most notable products in this category was the H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer, which was introduced in 1986.

The H3000 was a powerful and flexible effects processor that could create a wide range of time-based effects, including reverb, delay, chorus, and flanger. It was also capable of creating complex, multi-effects chains, with extensive modulation and control options that allowed for a virtually limitless range of creative possibilities.

Today, Eventide continues to be a leading innovator in digital effects technology, with a range of products that are used by musicians, producers, and audio engineers around the world. Their legacy of innovation and quality has had a profound impact on the world of music and audio production, and their digital effects processors continue to be some of the most respected and sought-after products in the industry.

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.
The Eventide Reverb 2016 released in 2003, recreates the legendary reverb algorithms of the original Eventide SP2016, albeit with 24 bit clarity.  Every aspect of the original Eventide 2016’s effects have been duplicated in this newer Eventide 2016, including every detail of the user parameters.
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 inputs and outputs.
The Eventide H7600 provides 1100 preset-algorithms, 174-second sampler, and sorting capabilities for unprecedented stereo effects processing prowess.
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.
Introduced in the early 1970s, the Omnipressor was the first dynamics effects processor of any kind, suddenly making possible a new, wide range of dynamics effects unlike anything that had come before it. Introducing the Eventide Omnipressor 2830au 50th Anniversary Edition.
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