A new method for splitting audio into two separate streams - transient and tonal. These two streams can then be independently processed, manipulated and generally messed with. Then these components can then be recombined to produce a new sound.
For almost 20 years now Umphrey’s McGee has been one of the hardest working and most innovative bands in the business. We recently caught up with bass player Ryan Stasik and talked about how the band uses effects with their improvisational style.
With effects algorithms from distortion to delay to pitch-shifting and beyond, the H9 is a pedal that pretty much does it all. In the past, we’ve showcased the H9 on guitar - but it’s an equally mean machine on bass.
To get the lowdown on the H910 modeling process, we spoke to Eventide DSP engineer Dan Gillespie, who spearheaded the H910 plug-in project. As Eventide’s first pitch-shifter...it’s an effect that has made its mark on a variety of records and genres.