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Instant Broadcast Audio Creativity Eventide created the first application-specific audio processor for radio, TV, and post-production, the H3000B, and it quickly became the industry standard. Now, we're taking effects quality, variety, and convenience to the next level. Introducing the Eventide DSP4000B+ Production Ultra-Harmonizer® brand effects processor. Broadcast and production effects by Jay Rose The DSP4000B+ is based on Eventide's powerful DSP7000 professional audio effects processor, but it has a unique set of software programs created especially for radio, TV and postproduction by sound designer Jay Rose. Effects that would be impossible with most processors are instantly available with the DSP7000 series. Just press a button and look who's talking - an airplane captain from the cockpit. Press again - now, it's the kid at the drive-thru window at a fast-food place. Another press and you'll hear your words coming out of a computer voice chip, or the TV in the next room, or a cellular phone. There are dozens of audio environments to choose from. Fantasy voices are just as easy. Is that your conscience talking back to you? Or your fairy godmother? Or your worst nightmare? The DSP4000B+ is more than just a signal processor, it's your audio special effects department, a true creative partner. You also get sound effects and audio backgrounds built right in. Rain and thunder, the seashore, wind, a jet flying by. The DSP4000B+ can put your sound anywhere, from the top of the mile-high mountain to 200 feet underwater. So Fast and Easy to Use Because each of these effects and hundreds more are already set-up and ready for instant recall, the DSP4000B+ is a terrific time saver in program and commercial production and post-production. And it's perfect for a fast-paced "Morning Zoo" radio show. Imagine trying to create a whole cast of character voices or "strange places" effects on-the-fly with an ordinary effects box! With the DSP4000B+, it's more than possible. It's easy. A six line graphic LCD screen lets you choose the effect you want in seconds...they're conveniently organized into logical groupings such as "Science Fiction Voices," "Commerce & Machines," and "Backgrounds." Every effect features a wide variety of user-adjustable parameters, and the LCD screen leads you quickly through the process, explaining how the various parameters affect the sound. In addition to saving presets you create in the DSP4000B+'s internal memory, you can also store them on a removable PCMCIA memory card for convenience and added capacity and to protect your unique sounds from use by others.

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Eventide H7600?

Looks like some clarification is needed here: -an Orville is 8x more powerful than any DSP4000/4500 unit. -A 7000/7500 is 4x more powerful than DSP4000/4500 series. -2x7500 are NOT the same as an Orville! Because there are quad I/O presets in Orville that are not available in the 7xxx series. So an Orville is the same as a...

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Eventide DSP7000/orville algorithims/presets

I have recently purchased an Eventide dSP4000B+. I understand that it uses the same DSP engine as the DSP7000 but has different broadcast orientated presets. I thought it was possible to get an expansion card with the DSP7000 presets or download them from the eventide site but it doesn't seem to be possible....

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Eventide DSP7000/orville algorithims/presets

Thank you so much for sharing these presets! I just got a SRAM card for my DSP 4000B+ the other day, and I have been transfering presets for a couple of hours now. Almost everyone works, and my unit has had a breath of new life. kfhkh

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