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Eventide H3000-B - OK for Mixing?

I just bought an Eventide H-3000 B off ebay. I know the "B" stands for "broadcast", does that make it any less desireable for thickening vocals?

I have always wanted one of these and my wonderful wife got me this for Christamas...whooo!

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It's plenty good for recording. Used them many times,
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It's plenty good for recording. Used them many times,

Cool! Can you give me any programming ideas or patches that are useful?
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does the h3000-b have the "doubled vocal" preset? it could be called "wide vocal". if not which one does? I see a lot of h3000 on evil bay but dont know which one has that preset.
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does the h3000-b have the "doubled vocal" preset? it could be called "wide vocal". if not which one does? I see a lot of h3000 on evil bay but dont know which one has that preset.

I would definately want to use that patch if it's in there....
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It really comes down to what you are using it on and what you are trying to get. I really like for small room sounds.
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does the h3000-b have the "doubled vocal" preset? it could be called "wide vocal". if not which one does? I see a lot of h3000 on evil bay but dont know which one has that preset.
i know the D/SE has it. #423- the clearmountain patch
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i know the D/SE has it. #423- the clearmountain patch
I'll look for 423~
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Which one has the 423?
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