2001

Eventide DSP7000 Ultra-Harmonizer

Eventide DSP7000

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.

Most frequency and time-dependent parameters (e.g. delays, LFO’s) synchronize to a system tempo for ease of use. And if that’s not enough, the DSP7500 boasts nearly three minutes of sample time in addition to the 40 seconds of delay time! And for the user who is interested in making his or her own programs (if the huge number of factory programs aren’t enough!), the DSP7000 family continues the “modular programming paradigm” that made the DSP4000 famous.

Programs are composed of individual building blocks, or “modules,” that allow the user to create original programs. Inspiration and creativity are given no bounds.

  • 4x the processing capabilities of the DSP4000
  • 500 factory presets, from ripe reverbs to incredibly accurate, top-quality pitch change programs, let you take full advantage of the DSP7000’s amazing effects processing. 150 presets can be stored internally, while hundreds of further presets can be stored on removable PCMCIA cards.
  • 24-bit/96kHz conversion provides you with flawless audio performance.
  • The DSP7000 boasts both analog and digital I/O with separate gain controls and metering for each domain.
  • The DSP7000 is one of the most versatile processors out there, with capabilities that make it the ideal means for adding fully professional effects to your project studio or even your live setup!
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Eventide DSP7000 Ultra-Harmonizer Reviews

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96%

USERS
(1 Reviews)

Build Quality 95%
Sound Quality 100%
Usefullness 95%
Mojo/Funk 100%
Reliability 95%

What other owners say...

Excellent

By Arnaud Cambon

Build Quality 90%
Sound Quality 100%
Usefullness 90%
Mojo/Funk 100%
Reliability 90%
Exceptional multi effect. 4x the power of a DSP4000. it produces effects that only eventide can produce. it’s really a high end machine that I never want to have to sell. I preferred it to the eclipse and much more powerful than the legendary H3000.

Wild effects and amazing quality

By Nina

Build Quality 100%
Sound Quality 100%
Usefullness 100%
Mojo/Funk 100%
Reliability 100%
Eventide effects units are build to the highest standard with the professional studio in mind. The DSP 7000 is no difference. It’s build like a tank and features analog (XLR) as well as digital (AES/EBU, Spdif) input/output. It has wordclock which lot’s of effect processors are missing and you can build your own effect algorithms if you connect it to a computer via mid (in/out/thru) or serial port. It’s basically the stereo version of the Eventide Orville. The sound quality is simply amazing and the preset effects range from bread and butter reverbs, delays and modulation effects to really wild experimental stuff. I especially love the reverbs. They are from another world! I might sell some of my effect processors at some point and replace them with plugins but i would never sell my Eventide! In fact i really want to get a second one. This unit really brings something to the table that is not available in a plugin to this day and I have tried them all.

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Specifications

Released: 2001
Quantization: 24 Bit
Sampling Frequency: 96kHz
Frequency Response: 5Hz-46kHz
Dynamic Range: 105dB
THD: Below 0.0025%