Eventide H7600 Ultra-Harmonizer Processor

Rudolph, Barry
July 2006
Mix;Jul2006, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p102
The article features the H7600 Ultra-Harmonizer effects processor from Eventide Inc., one of the founding companies of digital audio effects for professionals in the United States. The product has more power and better performance. In addition, it has a faster clock and an operating system that includes a search engine to immediately locate any sonic treatment for the mix.


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