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Thinking of getting Blakhole, but wanted to know your thoughts on it. I'll be mostly using it for guitar (my goto is Breverb Cake version).  Is Blackhole more of a sound design  tool?

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27 minutes ago, Mesh said:

Thinking of getting Blakhole, but wanted to know your thoughts on it. I'll be mostly using it for guitar (my goto is Breverb Cake version).  Is Blackhole more of a sound design  tool?

Mostly yes. You probably have a few other verbs but there's always that time when they fail and you look around for some verb with some spicy spacey hypermodulated clarity. That's Blackhole.

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16 hours ago, Mesh said:

Thinking of getting Blakhole, but wanted to know your thoughts on it. I'll be mostly using it for guitar (my goto is Breverb Cake version).  Is Blackhole more of a sound design  tool?

Hey Mesh - I would definitely give it a try.  There's been a couple of times when a track has been too dry (in context of a mix) but I couldn't find the right verb or delay that worked and then found that blackhole ended up giving it the right character.  It's rarely the first verb I go for but sometimes it's the one I'm happy with.
 

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7 hours ago, kitekrazy said:

Not sure which one you are talking about but if it's Blackhole it's $49.

Mesh was saying he was interested in the SP2016...which should be 
obvious being that I said you could crossgrade from the 2016

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The H3000 Factory does not include all the algorithms from the hardware unit.  Eventide broke out the algorithms into several of their plug-ins including the H910, H949, Octavox and Quadravox (and probably the H3000 delay, IDK my H3000 did not have multi-band delay but it was an older unit). The H3000 Factory is OK but of the plug-ins currently on sale I use the H910 most often.

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I had the H3000 Factory Native plugin and although had a huge amount of presets/features, I couldn't find much use for it and ended up selling it. I agree with Scook that it was 'ok', but wasn't something that 'wow'd' me.....YMMV.  

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1 hour ago, Mesh said:

I had the H3000 Factory Native plugin and although had a huge amount of presets/features, I couldn't find much use for it and ended up selling it. I agree with Scook that it was 'ok', but wasn't something that 'wow'd' me.....YMMV.  

Same experience.  Tried using it several times but always ended up pulling it.

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