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A Glimpse of the Future from the Past

In 1979, Tony Agnello had a vision. Up to that point, effect units were dedicated to a single function. There were EQs, compressors, limiters, pitch changers, flangers and phasers, but no box was powerful enough to handle more than a single, simple function. Tony saw the potential of a Digital Signal Processing box that could do much, much more.

A Signature Piece

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.

Dan Gillespie AudioNewsroom.net Interview

DSP Engineer, Dan Gillespie

The folks over at audionewsroom.net recently caught up with our senior DSP Engineer, Dan Gillespie, to discuss Eventide's latest software release, Anthology X.