Eventide’s H910 Harmonizer plug-in emulates its analog inspiration’s unique combination of pitch shifting, modulation and delay, modeled after every section of the original signal chain. The original H910—a pre-production prototype first shown at the 1974 AES Show—was designed by Eventide’s first engineer, Tony Agnello. It was soon embraced by a wide range of top rock and pop performers of the era and today, the H910 is a signature, highly recognizable effect found on countless notable albums produced over the past 40 years.
Eventide now offers the H910 plug-in unbundled as well as in every current native plug-in format—AAX, VST and AU. According to Eventide, a number of enhancements have been added to this release including “KYBD” and “ENV” pitch control modes, “OUT2 Delay Group” and a mixer. The H910-EKD (Envelope/Keyboard/Delay) incorporates all of the features from the original hardware rack box.
Features include a new keyboard and MIDI mapping; Envelope Follower; OUT2 Delay Group; over 100 presets by recognizable celebrity engineers; optional glitching effect; Mix Lock; and much more.
A fully functional 30-day demo is now available. H910 is part of the Anthology X bundle and also available as part of the Eventide Ensemble subscription package. Customers who already own Anthology X or subscribe to Ensemble can update their versions at no cost.
Watch the following video for a historical overview of the H910 and its development.