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Eventide announces H90 - Harmonizer pedal


Eventide has announced the H90 Harmonizer pedal. Here's what they say:

Discover why top artists and producers have chosen Eventide for over 50 years with the H90 Harmonizer next-generation multi-effects pedal. Whether you want high-quality bread-and-butter effects or experimental sounds unheard, the H90 has everything you need to inspire your creativity with an intuitive UI designed with players in mind, 62 effect algorithms, and hundreds of Program combinations curated for a variety of instruments and genres. With its comprehensive I/O and flexible routing options, the H90 is designed to be the heart of your rig.

The H90 Harmonizer features modern ARM-based architecture derived from the world's most powerful effects processor, the H9000 Harmonizer. This paves the way for the ongoing creation of more advanced effects processing techniques.


  • Preloaded with 62 effect algorithms:
    • 10 new effect algorithms: Polyphony, Prism Shift, Bouquet Delay, Head Space, Weedwacker, Even-vibe, Wormhole, Instant Flanger, Instant Phaser, and SP2016 Reverb.
    • Includes all 52 effect algorithms from the H9 Max Harmonizer with enhanced features and improvements.
  • New low-latency Polyphonic Pitch Shifting with SIFT (Spectral Instantaneous Frequency Tracking) technology.
  • ARM-based architecture lays the foundation for new and exciting creative effects.
  • Use two algorithms at once per Program.
  • True spillover between Programs.
  • Route effects in series or parallel.
  • Instrument or line-level operation.
  • Two mono inserts or one stereo insert can be positioned anywhere in the signal chain.
  • Dual-mode for processing two independent stereo signals at once.
  • Five push-turn knobs for more tactile control.
  • Two expression inputs for pedals, up to 3-button auxiliary switches, and CV signals.
  • Use H90 Control software to edit Programs, create lists, and update firmware on a Mac or PC.
  • Built-in tuner.

Price: $899.




Discussion: Active
14 November 2022 at 6:34pm

Psssttt...it's H90, the H9 has been out for ages.

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