Eventide H8000 Multichannel Effects System

Copper, Michael
June 2005
Mix;Jun2005, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p114
This article focuses on the H8000, Eventide's new flagship multi-effects processor, the H8000. Most of the H8000's effects programs can be loaded into either or both DSPs. And, unlike any of Eventide's previous models, the H8000 can also combine the power of its two DSPs to run highly complex monolithic programs (mostly 8K,2/96kHz and multichannel algorithms). The 2RU, steel-encsed H8000 provides a whopping l,588 of Eventide's best algorithms (as of Version 4.5 software), including more than 80 presets for 5-1- Of special note is the inclusion of Eventides UltraShifter, a formant-corrected pitch shifter/corrector that is optimized for voice.


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