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Eventide H3000 Band Delays

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  • Description

8 voice delay, each altered by frequency, resonance, filter type, delay time, volume and panning - Mac/PC AAX, AU, VST

Please note this is available via ELECTRONIC DOWNLOAD only, your download code will be sent to you in 30 minutes or less during normal business hours. There are NO returns on this product.

Please note this is available via DIGITAL DOWNLOAD only, your download code will be emailed to you in 30 minutes or less. There are NO returns on this product.

Bolster Your Imagination
Imagine if you could take any sound, separate it by frequency bands, change the filter type, and then individually process those bands with delays. The H3000 Band Delays plug-in is dereived from the H3000 Harmonizer studio processor. This unique plug-in is capable of everything from standard delays and filtering, to stereo-widening and killer rhythmic effects.

Just feed it any instrument or vocal and instantly manipulate up to 8 voices by frequency, resonance, filter type, delay time, volume and panning. Then easily build complex movement using the H3000 Function Generator.

Want more?
With the H3000 Band Delays you can play an effect like an instrument. Every parameter can be automated or manipulated in real time via MIDI. Play filter with a keyboard controller to get not only rhythmic, but also musical results.

Features
  • 8 voices, each of which can be altered by frequency, resonance, filter type, delay time, volume and panning.
  • Filters assignable as band pass, low pass, high pass, all pass, or notch filter
  • Assign the H3000 Function Generator to several parameters to create movement and bring life to drums and stringed instruments.
  • Beat grid gives visual representation for creating unique rhythms from your sound.
  • Route a MIDI keyboard to the plugin to play the filters as musical notes.
  • Includes presets from original H3000 hardware in addition to many new inspiring choices.
  • MixLock keeps the wet/dry mix of the effect static as you scroll through presets or user-defined snapshots

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