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The H910 Harmonizer was the world’s first digital effects processor. With its unique combinations of pitch shifting, modulation and delay, the H910 can be heard on countless ground-breaking works by artists from AC/DC to David Bowie to Frank Zappa. Simply put, nothing sounds quite like it.
A powerful creative tool, the H910 plug-in for AAX, VST and AU is a faithful recreation of the original hardware. Use the H910′s pitch changing ability to create specific musical intervals and perfect harmonies, spread guitars, fatten snares, apply subtle organic de-tuning to synths or add slap-back delays to vocals. At extreme settings, you can create unheard-of mechanical sounds, drone effects or robot language using self-oscillation, delay, and anti-feedback.
Two is Better than One
When you purchase the H910 Harmonizer plug-in, you also receive Eventide’s exclusive H910 Dual Harmonizer. This version recreates the popular technique of running two H910 units in parallel to create lush doubling and other interesting effects.
Quirky, exotic and a bit unpredictable, the H910 just sounds beautiful…It’s a plugin that really favors experimentation and that can deliver some unexpected results, so don’t be afraid to try on things you wouldn’t initially expect to work. Read More…
— Diogo Borges (Gearslutz.com)
For the creative recordist, or sound-show manipulator, or serious student of musical sonics and speech patterns the Harmonizer also has unexplored potential for both investigating and creating a myriad of possibilities.
— Modern Recording (1976)
I don’t think there was one record that I mixed during the late 70’s and early 80’s that didn’t have the 910 somewhere on the mix. That grainy low bit musical 910 sound disappeared on all later models.
— Michael Brauer (Coldplay, John Mayer)
It was perfect for a double track effect on the lead vocal by slightly shifting the pitch and adding a short delay. Guitarists used it all the time as an effect by turning up the Feedback control for a wild tunneling effect. I would occasionally use it to manually pitch down a drum full for a wild effect. I also used it to detune room Mics on a drum kit recorded in a small room. Read More…
— Joe Chiccarrelli (The White Stripes, Frank Zappa)