Eventide H3000 Band Delays Plug-in Slices & Dices Your Audio


Eventide has introduced the H3000 Band Delays plug-in for AAX, VST, and AU.

Band Delays will take any instrument or vocal and ‘dice and slice’ it in both time and frequency, creating up to 8 distinct voices, defined by frequency, resonance, filter type, delay time, volume and panning.

Here are the official video intros:

Since each parameter can be automated and manipulated in real time via MIDI, you can play the effect like an instrument using a keyboard controller to create of musically rhythmic results. Alternately, you can use the powerful H3000 Function Generator to build automated complex movement synced to the beat.

The 80 included presets offer a wide-range of starting points for this powerful and unique effect.


Mac OSX 10.7+, Windows 7 & 8; AAX, AU, VST; no iLok dongle required.

Pricing and Availability

Eventide H3000 Band Delays, originally included in Eventide’s Anthology X bundle, is available now for $99 until December 31, 2015. (Normally priced at $199.) A fully functional 30-day demo version is available.

10 thoughts on “Eventide H3000 Band Delays Plug-in Slices & Dices Your Audio

    1. Totally. Except the Eventide plugin uses the band delays algorithm from the hardware H3000 which was released in the late 80s.

  1. That video is hilarious!!! I don’t know what’s funnier: the head banging while on the synth, or the flashing lights of magic!

  2. I will admit the demo sounds nice. I think I’ll try sending a track to numerous busses, then apply steep filtering and a delay (perhaps with pitch shift) to each buss. – should that not yield similar results?

  3. I know the stuff under the hood is top notch, but wow does that UI look 25 years old! If they want to appeal to more modern users they really need to make the front end look like it fits in today’s world, especially since it’s at a premium price point.

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