Eventide Audio has launched a Flashback Sale on the H949 Harmonizer plugin, offering 75% off on the emulation of the ground-breaking hardware unit which introduced unheard of effects and introduced the terms algorithm, random, and micropitch to the audio vernacular

Building on the legacy of the H910, the H949 Harmonizer was Eventide’s first de-glitched pitch-shifter. Produced from 1979-1984, the H949 introduced a dedicated MicroPitch mode, plus unique flange, reverse and randomized delay effects.

Create perfect harmonies, custom musical intervals, or outlandish effects. Fatten snares, de-tune synths, spread guitars and create lush vocals that glue your mix. Spice up your guitar solos with delayed reverse sweeps, morph a solo vocalist into a group of backup singers, or send synths down flanged-out dub-holes to another sonic dimension.

H949 Harmonizer for Windows and Mac (VST/VST3, AU and AAX) is on sale for $50 USD at Eventide Audio and from distributor Plugin Boutique until September 1st, 2021 (regular $199 USD).