Anaheim, CA — April 13, 2023 — At NAMM booth #5434, Eventide Audio will debut their next- generation Harmonizer®, the H90 Effects Pedal, and their innovative instrument/sequencer, Misha™️. At Software NAMM booth #15700, they will be demonstrating their plug-ins including their TEC-award nominated SplitEQ, Newfangled’s suite of plug-ins as well their flagship studio processor, the H9000.
The H90 is Eventide’s follow-up to the TEC Award-winning, H9 Max Harmonizer, and is loaded with over 60 effect algorithms and hundreds of program combinations curated for a variety of instruments and genres. Its multi-core architecture gives the H90 the power to run two powerful algorithms at once. The compact H90 features include flexible routing options, an intuitive UI designed for players, and a built-in tuner.
Being introduced for the first time is the H90’s newest upcoming algorithm, PolyFlex, a polyphonic pitch shifter that allows users to bend a chord into a new harmony, perform polyphonic dive bombs, or transform your guitar into a pedal steel. With Polyflex, the H90 will have 63 algorithms; 11 new ones in addition to the H9 Max’s 52.
Eventide’s novel Misha™️ instrument/sequencer will be demonstrated by friend-of-Eventide and sound designer, Richard Devine. Since its release last summer, dozens of artists have discovered what it’s like to ‘play’ music simply; for the first time. A Misha software release is now available as a public beta. It includes a requested feature or two as well as fixes.
Eventide will be conducting demos of these products throughout the show at their booth #5434 including these featured artists:
Felix Martin, Friday, April 14 at 12:30 PM
Venezuelan guitarist & band trio based out of Los Angeles. Their unique and versatile style consists of an eclectic Metal sound with Latin Music and Jazz/Fusion genre mixes.
Richard Devine, Friday, April 14 at 2 PM
Atlanta-based electronic musician and sound designer recognized for producing a layered and heavily processed sound that combines influences from glitch music to modern electronic music.
Doug Wimbish, Friday, April 14 & 15 at 4 PM
Bassist for the Grammy Award-winning rock band Living Colour, the legendary hip hop label Sugarhill Records, Tackhead and DMD the Vibes.
Learn more at: https://www.eventideaudio.com
For over 50 years, Eventide has remained at the forefront of recording technology. In 1975 they revolutionized the audio industry by creating the world’s first commercially available digital audio effects unit, the H910 Harmonizer®. Since then, their legendary studio processors, effects pedals, and plug-ins have been heard on countless hit records.
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