Eventide today announced limited-time special pricing for the H910 and H949 combo Pro Tools TDM plug-in available now through October 31, 2010. Get both of these gems of audio history for an unheard of low price. The H910 Harmonizer was the worlds first pitch changer that forever changed the audio industry in 1975. With the H910 the word 'glitch' entered the pro audio lexicon. The H910 blazed a distinct sonic trail and was used by Frank Zappa and Jimmy Page in their live guitar rigs, and was used on such seminal works as David Bowie’s Young American. This recreation includes push button delays and pitch shifting a la 1975, replete with old school charm.
The H949 Harmonizer took things a bit further with the addition of a randomizer, flanger, and added a repeat feature which freezes the audio in the buffer. The H949 also advanced the state-of-the-pitch-changing-art by featuring an advanced de-glitching algorithm. The H949 is capable of serene subtlety as well as wild, goes-to-eleven style chaos. Check out our video demo.
After October 31, 2010, these two plug-ins will only be available with the Anthology II bundle.
The H910/H949 Combo is fully compliant with ICON, D-Control, D-Command, Venue, D-Show, Pro Tools 8.x, and is Mac, Universal Binary, Vista, and Windows XP compatible.
Founded in 1971 in New York City, Eventide is a leading developer and manufacturer of digital audio processing products for recording, broadcast, and live performance. Headquartered in Little Ferry, NJ, Eventide developed the H910, the first Harmonizer effects processor in 1975, and introduced the H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer effects processor in 1987. Visit Eventide on the web at eventide.com.