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Eventide Inc. is pleased to introduce its newest and most powerful stereo effects processor, the DSP7000 Ultra-Harmonizer(R) brand effects processor. The DSP7000 is a new design, evolving from Eventide's industry-standard DSP4000 series processors. The 7000 has four times the processing power of the previous-generation DSP4000, plus a host of new features and capabilities.

Over 500 factory presets are included, taking full advantage of the superior processing power of the DSP7000, for the lushest reverbs and the most accurate, high quality pitch change programs ever. This high performance stereo processor features 24 bit conversion at 96kHz for flawless audio performance. The DSP7000 provides both analog and digital I/O with separate gain controls and metering for each domain. It offers the user extensive programmability and remote control capability. Over 150 user presets can be stored internally, and hundreds more can be stored on removable PCMCIA cards.

Control functions on the DSP7000 are similar to the DSP4000, but enhancements make it even easier and more intuitive to use. The new Eventide DSP7000 accommodates presets and preset library cards developed for the DSP4000 series Ultra-Harmonizer units. Eventide's PC-based Vsigfile graphic editor can be used to create new effects for the DSP7000, and factory software upgrades can be downloaded to the unit from an internet-connected PC. The DSP7000 can be used with Eventide's new EVE/NET(TM) remote control unit, a price/performance breakthrough in full function signal processor remote controls. With EVE/NET, up to four stereo DSP7000 and multichannel Eventide Orville effects processors can be controlled in any combination from one or two remote locations.

"With the addition of the stereo DSP7000 as the companion product for our multichannel Orville(TM) processors, Eventide now offers the most extensive and flexible range of professional effects processors," commented Eventide audio products manager Gerry Griffin. "As economical standalone units,they're ideal for project studios and live performance. Add the EVE/NET remote system and the DSP7000 and Orville effects processors can easily handle the most demanding large studio and post-production applications.

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