Eventide's H3000 Band Delay plugin now available
Eventide now offers its H3000 Band Delay multi-effect plugin in AAX, VST and AU formats with no need to purchase a whole bundle.
Sometimes considered one of the major assets of Eventide's renowned H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer, the band delay feature had already been turned in the past as a TDM plugin. It was then released as a native plugin but only available as part of Eventide's Anthology X Bundle: it can now finally be bought on its own.
The concept behind it is to take any instrument or vocal and dice & slice it in both time and frequency so as to create up to 8 distinct voices, each of them with its own unique frequency, reconance, filter type, delay time, volume and panning. The effect can also be automated and manipulated in real-time through MIDI, enhancing the creative possibilities of this effect and making it potentially an instrument on its own. 80 presets are included.
The Eventide H3000 Band Delays plugin is available in AAX, AU and VST formats for Mac OSX 10.7+ and Windows 7/8. Its current introductory price until December 31, 2015 is $99 (subsequent full price will be $199).
More details at Eventide's website.
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