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It all began in 1982 with the world’s first rack-mount programmable sound processor, the Eventide SP2016, where an adaptable 64 tap delay debuted as a portion of its Factory Program suite. By the late ’80s UltraTap had relocated to the amazing H3000 Harmonizer effects processor and after that to the DSP4000 and H8000. Much appreciated to progress in innovation, Eventide were able to incorporate UltraTap is a versatile compact form figure, the H9 Harmonizer stompbox.

UltraTap by Eventide is a multi-tap delay effect that is totally unique and capable of some serious rhythmic delay, reverbs and some amazing volume swells. This fantastic tool will give you the ability to create drum fills, swelling guitars, choruses and a bunch of other cool effects. Think of UltraTap as the mother of all Echoplexes and you won’t be as well far off. That’s fundamentally how it works but with the adaptability to include as numerous ‘tape heads as you need and expressively control their positions and levels.

Planned for real-time control, UltraTap features The Lace, an inventive control that permits you to program two settings for any combination of the controls and consistently moves transitions between them. The programmable HotSwitch permits you to immediately hop to a substitute setting at the thrust of a button. This combination of controls is aiming to bring you as near as conceivable to the encounter of tweaking genuine equipment. This one of a kind effect has been ported specifically from the award-winning H9 Harmonizer.

All of the H9 presets have been changed over to work with the plug-in and have been included, as well as the recently made production line and craftsman presets. Presently you’ll be able to utilize all the delays, reverbs, chorus and modulation effects that guitarists and synth players have developed to cherish. Best of all, The Lace has been optimized for live performances along with your favourite DAW.

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