Create A Filtered Delay Effect With The Eventide H3000 Factory Native

Jump straight in to this tutorial by Toby Pitman on using Eventide's H3000 to create lush filtered delay effects on guitars and other sounds.  

Eventide recently released the popular H3000 Factory plug-in as a Native version. This means users of non TDM hardware can enjoy the heavenly delay, filtering and pitch shifting of this now infamous effects unit.

Getting your head round the H3000 can be a little confusing if you've never used one, but once you get the modular approach to the interface of the plugin, it's really easy to program and is capable of producing some really far out effects. 

In the quick tutorial, I'll show you some basic patching and ideas that should end up with a nice chorused, filtered delay sound. I'll use a basic guitar idea for the example. The signal is being sent to an effect Bus in Logic where the H3000 is inserted.

Step 1 -  Load The Default Preset

To start with a clean slate we can choose the '

For the past 20 years Toby has worked as a professional guitarist, programmer and producer. Clients include Sir Paul McCartney, George Michael, Shirley Bassey, Yusuf Islam, Giles Martin as well as the London 2012 Olympic Ceremonies. He has also worked extensively in TV, Advertising and Film. As well as composing himself he has also ... Read More


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