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#2884696 - 10/12/17 07:09 PM Eventide H9000
ElmerJFudd Offline
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Originally Posted By: ElmerJFudd
Eventide is working on an H9000 rack.

Looks like we know what's up over at Eventide. It's a beast.

Network-ready, 16-DSP, multi-channel, rackmount audio effects processing flagship, featuring eight times the processing power of the current-generation H8000 at AES New York 2017, October 18-20.

Over 2000 presets, a randomize parameters function...
"Multichannel processing makes the H9000 a suitable platform for surround sound and for processing several tracks of audio simultaneously. On top of that, the H9000 introduces the concept of FX CHAINS, allowing users to connect any set of four effects with flexible routing. FX CHAINS can be created to act as a voice channel, a guitar 'pedal board', or a modular synth with effects, etc."

8-Channel Analog In/8-Channel Analog Out
(2) XLR Analog In / (2) XLR Analog Out
MIDI In, Out, and Thru
4 Female Type 2.0 USB ports
1 USB Type B port, allowing 16 channels of USB audio in & out
1 Ethernet port
(2) " Expression Pedal jack
(2) " Relay jacks
MIDI In, Out, and Thru
Word Clock In/Out
Optical In/Out
(3) Expansion I/O slots (For optional DANTE, MADI, and AVB)

"the unit is intended to be used as a soundcard/Swiss Army knife for a DAW hence, the option to plug an 8-In analog snake from your mic preamps or other gear directly into the H9000. You can then process audio using the unit, sync it perfectly with any other outboard gear you may be using, and bounce it down all within the computer without breaking a sweat."

"You can also easily use it as a classic rackmount effects processor la 1990s outboard rack gear the menus make it easy to find the best sound and dial in the right effects to the right outputs. A computer is a mere nicety with such a powerful box running the show. It really redefines what a workstation can be; there is no need for any other digital effects processor, or even any plugins for that matter, should you have the H9000 in your studio."
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#2884759 - 10/13/17 06:24 AM Re: Eventide H9000 [Re: ElmerJFudd]
johnchop Offline
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Great googly moogly that looks glorious.


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