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Laurie Spiegel Eventide HM80 Harmonizer Demonstration



Longtime Eventide user and innovator of electronic music, Laurie Spiegel, was a fan of the HM80 in the late ’70s and ‘80s, incorporating it into her live-performance setup. In this piece performed at the New Music America Festival in 1981, which was broadcast live on NPR, she is using an Apple II computer—one of the first affordable, personal “microcomputers”—to create square-waves, and sending them through an HM80. This combination of "microcomputer" plus "baby Harmonizer" resulted in expansive, yet low budget, synth sounds.



Read more about the Eventide HM80 Harmonizer at the official website on eventideaudio.com



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