Eventide® H910 Harmonizer
Eventide® H910 Harmonizer
Wish they had some presets
Long time since I wanted the H910 !
Not disapointed !
A Fine emulation of the original.
While you probably won’t use it every day—when you need it, you need it! A fun ‘boutique’ processor offering full sweep sound through rich and interesting adjustable presets. The interface is a little clunky, but hey, so were the original Evantide processors—so you can’t say they didn’t create a true-to-form emulation.
It’s like pineapple on pizza—people love it or can’t stand it—that was Evantide’s thing!
love some of the vintage presets such as Cygnus, gives me that album sound!
I seriously never thought I'd be buying this plugin but after demoing it on a few different sources I just had to buy it. It's THAT good!
cool sounds. So many things to explore. Endless possibilities.
Subtle Sophistication in my recordings
It is challenging to use this tastefully. I’m new to recording and like how the H910 plug-in takes my mediocre guitars to a higher level. Makes me want to be a better player and mixer!
Cant scroll presets
Unlike all the other UAD plugins you can't scroll presets with this one. which is a real bummer as the presets are so dramatic from one to the other- they say it's the developers fault.. passing the buck. What ever happened to Quality control? It's also a DSP hog.
Wow just wow
Dawm i love this effect is awesome for sound ghostly
Very specific, fairly weird, but amazing
Just started to scratch the surface of the H910. It uses a lot of DSP, but is a very powerful tool. Plan on printing it and then removing the plugin to free up DSP. Very surgical for thickening up tracks, or it can get downright metaphysical as well. One of the more interesting plugins to mess around with. Not the first one I’d buy, but if you’re looking for something different or need to thicken or play with the pitch, the H910 can do it
Original game changer
I lost my h949 when I left Edinburgh n just thankful to have this brilliant plugin.I’ll get my hardware back n use them together.If you’ve not used Eventide on guitar,keys or vocals you truly are missing out on the original voodoo fx machines.Thanks UAD the world runs on your gear.Cheers
I have used the hardware version for years! It is wonderful to have represented so well in a plugin!
My UAD best version of the H910 could not be accurately reviewed because it has no presets. It actually does work at all. I have the Eventide H910 vst Version through another audio company, and because I liked the Plugin, I wanted to get UADs take on it. Unfortunately, all attempts at customer service are not available. I am banned from complaining when things don't work correct by ULA.
One of my favorites
Use 2 in their own send bus each slightly detuned to fatten up the ordinary. Sounds better than the original.
I can't believe how good this thing sounds. It is so much fun!
I have been using Eventide products since the 70s and am pleased to use their plugins with my Pro Tools productions.
Try it out. In certain applications, it's irreplaceable
This UAD plugin eats your dsp
The plugin it self is quite cool and were used by ABBA as Led Zeppelin, it has absolutely it's strengths both as a delay and as a pitch-shifter, but it literally eats your DSP. I've two 16 cards and I still think it uses 8 or 12% of ONE SINGLE unit once automated... it's not okey. The plugin is with other words very poor programmed compared to UAD's own products like 1176 and such which you can stack 4-8 units equally dps usage to one single 910 harmonizer... with that being said.. if you can achieve the pitch things or delay things with other units or plugins I'd strongly recommend be used with that or just buy the hardware..
+ Cool effect unit
- eating your DSP
- poor programmed
Eventide Harmonizer h910
Great product excellent quality plugin the eventide h910 harmonizer give great colour to my mixes and fills out the mix perfactly again uad has bought to us a other great plugin worth every penny thanks to uad
Like the real thing
After playing around with this plug for a bit I soon realized it was the bit of magic some of my fave producers have used to create some wildness in their tracks.