January 28, 2016 – Little Ferry, NJ – For a second time, Eventide was honored to have one of its iconic products inducted into the TEC Awards Hall of Fame. In 2007, Eventide’s H910 was inducted and this year, the H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer®, was inducted in a ceremony at NAMM. Eventide holds these recognitions by the NAMM foundation in the highest regard because they are indicative of the long-lasting impact that these innovative products have had on sound and music production.
Eventide was particularly delighted to have our former employees, the H3000 designers, Ken Bogdanowicz, Bob Belcher (of Sound Toys) and Dave Derr (of Empirical Labs) on hand at the induction ceremony to celebrate their achievement. From its creation in 1986, through this day, the H3000 has been considered the holy grail of multi-effects and has been heard on countless records, worldwide. It’s notable that more than 25 years after its introduction, H3000s are still in demand in music, studio and live applications.
The H3000 now proudly joins its ancestor, the H910, in the TEC Hall of Fame.
For over 40 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 Since then their legendary studio processors have been heard on countless hit records.
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