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Eventide Introduces Resonator Algorithm for H9 Harmonizer

October 30, 2013
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Today, Eventide announced the immediate availability of the new Resonator algorithm for the H9 Harmonizer® stompbox.  Resonator combines multi-tap delays, luscious reverb, and tunable resonances. Each delay tap is assigned a note value that will ring out more or less based on the input audio and the level of the resonance parameter. Resonator comes with 20 factory presets that showcase the wide sonic variation that the can be achieved by this unique group of effects and features a unique graphical user interface allowing dynamic placement of delay voices with musical note association with the resonators in real time.  You simply have to hear this effect to believe it.  To hear Resonator soundclips click on http://bit.ly/1ioO9BY.  Resonator is free for download here http://bit.ly/18KtzJR from within the H9 Control app for iOS, Windows, or OSX through December 31, 2013.
 
Simultaneous with the release of Resonator, H9 Control for Windows, and OSX have been updated and now feature the ability to audition and purchase algorithms for the H9 via USB through the Amazon payment system.
 
The H9 Harmonizer® stompbox features the world renowned Eventide sound and includes the “Best of” effects from Eventide's four award-winning stompboxes: 5 Chorus types, and 2 Tremolos from ModFactor; H910, H949, and Crystals™ from PitchFactor; Tape Echo and Vintage Delay from TimeFactor; Hall and Shimmer from Space, Tuner, and new: UltraTap Delay™.  Edit, organize, and control your presets wirelessly via iPhone and iPad or via USB with your Mac or PC via USB. Any of the effects from all four stompboxes can be auditioned and purchased using H9 Control for iOS, OSX or Windows.
 
Interested parties can evaluate the functionality and sound of the H9, without an H9, by downloading and running H9 Control in demo mode.  H9 Control is available in iOS, OSX, and Windows; the free download link is here: http://bit.ly/18KtzJR.



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