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Eventide debuts flagship H9000

Posted on: Tuesday 13th of February 2018

H9000-Ad-Photo_smEventide debuted its new flagship rackmount processor, the H9000, at the 2018 NAMM Show. The H9000 features 8 times the processing power of the current generation H8000. H9000 features include:
4 quad-core ARM processors serving as 16 DSP engines
8 channels of analogue audio I/O, AES/EBU, ADAT, 16 USB audio channels
Remote control application, available as a standalone app for Mac and PC, as well as a plug-in for Pro Tools, VST and AU. Connects via RJ45 or Wifi.
Optional connection to audio networks including MADI, Dante, Ravenna, and more.
FX Chains which allows 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’, a modular synth with effects, etc.
The H9000 is currently available in limited quantities. General availability is scheduled for the 2nd quarter, 2018. The H9000 will be available in two models, the standard model with full front panel control is priced at $6,999 and the blank front panel H9000R priced at $4,999.



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