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Eventide releases VSig 3.0 – A free visual editor for creating H9000 custom algorithms

The same tools used by Eventide developers is now available for H9000 owners to explore their sonic imagination.


Eventide Audio (Booth 222) is proud to announce the release of its visual editor app, VSig3, that enables the creation of custom algorithms and presets for the Eventide H9000 Harmonizer®. This tool, the very tool that used by Eventide software engineers, is now available to sound designers as a public beta, giving users free rein to explore their sonic imagination by creating new algorithms. Not for the faint of heart, VSig3 will nonetheless gratify any H9000 user with an understanding of basic digital audio techniques and a dream. VSig3 is the app that Eventide first built as a way to create new effects for the DSP4000, DSP7000 and H8000. VSig3 lets the sound designer create new effects using Eventide’s library of building blocks. Users can add and connect these building blocks – EQs, delays, compressors, reverb, pitch shifters and more – in any way they can conceive.

VSig3, the software currently used in-house for algorithm development for the H9 and H9000, is available now as a free download for H9000 owners and requires updating to Version 1.2 H9000 software. For system compatibility and support information, please visit

The free VSig3 visual editor app lets H9000 owners use the same tool as Eventide engineers to interconnect audio processing building blocks to develop custom algorithms.

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Since 1971, Eventide has remained at the forefront of recording technology. In 1975 it revolutionized the audio industry by creating the world’s first commercially available digital audio effects unit, the H910 Harmonizer®. Since then, its legendary studio processors, stompboxes and plug-ins have been heard on countless hit records. Eventide® and Harmonizer® are registered trademarks of Eventide Inc.

By Our Press Release Coordinator Wednesday October 16, 2019