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7thstring
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Tape Echo Algorithm Update

April 05, 2017 - 07:55 am

The filter knob is the tape echo could be more useful if it cut some of the low end. At the moment it seems to cut highs only and gives more of an analog delay freq response as the parameter is increased. A HPF would be more useful IMHO.

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Triad based harmony

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April 11, 2017 - 06:41 pm

Guys, any chance you could add triad based harmonies? At the moment I use a harmoniser live (for the boys are back in town) and I can't use the H9 as the harmony for the root note is wrong. The pedal I have substitutes a fourth below the root instead of a third and that works!
I've included a picture of the note table.

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joeydego
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Vim_Fuego wrote:

April 12, 2017 - 08:28 am

Vim_Fuego wrote:

Guys, any chance you could add triad based harmonies? At the moment I use a harmoniser live (for the boys are back in town) and I can't use the H9 as the harmony for the root note is wrong. The pedal I have substitutes a fourth below the root instead of a third and that works! I've included a picture of the note table.

 

The diatonic algo will do this just fine. 

wallirec
Joined: Apr 2 2017
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Please make the algorithm

April 12, 2017 - 11:07 am

Please make the algorithm "EDGE MASHIN" with ready-made presets for U2 songs. With a compressor, Overdrive and serial and parallel delays and reverb!

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joeydego wrote:

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April 12, 2017 - 11:29 am
joeydego wrote:

The diatonic algo will do this just fine. 

How so? Does the diatonic not just do the same diatonic interval, (for example maj or min thirds as appropriate)? The triad version substitutes a fourth below instead of a third when the root is played. Believe it or not this makes all the difference!

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Joined: Apr 13 2017
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Tremolo plus Reverb update

April 13, 2017 - 02:02 am

What about an update to the Tremolo algo which adds some Spring reverb? These two go so naturally together, it's very common for a tremolo guitar sound to be wetter than your general ambience level. Maybe a spring reverb effect after the tremolo with adjustable level and length (dwell)?

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Strobe tuner

April 21, 2017 - 03:51 am

How about using the lights on the big ring dial to make a strobe tuner? Like the Sonic Research Turbo Tuner?

draakenworld
Joined: Nov 15 2015
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Algorithm akin to Shimmer and Crystals

April 25, 2017 - 04:54 pm

I can hear this reverb algorithm to my mind's ear. It's definitely akin to Shimmer, but more like the pitch algo "Crystals" embedded in a reverb effect. Not quite as  pronounced as the Crystals sound, though - more subtle and random in character. Again, something similiar to Shimmer but with the shimmer voices replaced by a subtle version of Crystals with random delays and random selection of octaves and maybe also fifths.

7thstring
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draakenworld wrote:

April 26, 2017 - 12:18 pm
draakenworld wrote:

I can hear this reverb algorithm to my mind's ear. It's definitely akin to Shimmer, but more like the pitch algo "Crystals" embedded in a reverb effect. Not quite as  pronounced as the Crystals sound, though - more subtle and random in character. Again, something similiar to Shimmer but with the shimmer voices replaced by a subtle version of Crystals with random delays and random selection of octaves and maybe also fifths.

Like this?
https://youtu.be/mWiveFEN-Gg?t=00m30s

draakenworld
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Digitech Space Station

April 26, 2017 - 04:26 pm
7thString wrote:
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Like this?
https://youtu.be/mWiveFEN-Gg?t=00m30s

Thanks for pointing to the demo. But no, none of the sounds on the Digitech Space Station sounds right, I'm afraid. There was a sound early on which made an attempt to kind of add a burst of sparkles, but way too chirpy.

BTW, I'm getting a second H9 next week. Maybe I can come up with something that approximates what I have in mind.

kturpin
Joined: May 5 2017
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Cab Loader/Reverb algo?

May 06, 2017 - 05:07 pm

Hey all, new to the forum. Loving my new H9!

Not sure if this is feasible, but it would be pretty amazing to have the ability for a cab ir with a Reverb option in the H9. Since most IR's are basically an eq curve, it doesn't seem that far-fetched, but I know nothing about programming etc. so I admit I'm speaking out of ignorance. This would be great for recording, silent practice or silent stage needs. Having the H9 last in the chain with an IR algorithm would be pretty awesome! Thanks for listening!

joeydego
Joined: Jul 23 2014
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fixing controller issue

May 06, 2017 - 05:51 pm

some controllers are wired backwards and as such every single algo needs to be programmed backwards. For instance with my Mission controller every single wah patch is heel value 100 and toe value zero, making the heel the trebley part of the sweep. Would be nice for a switch somewhere in general settings, simply telling the H9 the controller is wired this was and to automatically compensate. 

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joeydego wrote:

May 07, 2017 - 12:42 am

joeydego wrote:

 For instance with my Mission controller every single wah patch is heel value 100 and toe value zero, making the heel the trebley part of the sweep. Would be nice for a switch somewhere in general settings, simply telling the H9 the controller is wired this was and to automatically compensate. 

 

This is curious. 

I a;so use a Mission controller, and my heel value is 0 and toe 100, with a normal wah effect.

I just double checked using the "vintage Wah' patch under Q-Wah.

Could this be fixed in setup?

alexone
Joined: Sep 24 2013
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volume of non-active (dry) route

May 18, 2017 - 06:47 pm

A simple but necessary feature : to be able to turn off the volume of the non-active route. I mean for example in pre/post routing, I'm using the post effect in kill-dry mode (mixed with a dry sound). But when I activate the pre effect the post-route causes phase issue because of the latency of the dry signal passing through the pedal.

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Joined: Apr 17 2017
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Please please update the H9

May 19, 2017 - 11:30 am

Please please update the H9 to allow the Hotswitch to change output volume?  It would allow many of us to take our solo boost pedals off our boards and gain a ton of space.

 

Is it really that hard to make this change?

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moderngiant wrote:

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May 20, 2017 - 09:19 am
moderngiant wrote:

Please please update the H9 to allow the Hotswitch to change output volume?  It would allow many of us to take our solo boost pedals off our boards and gain a ton of space.

 

Is it really that hard to make this change?

That's a great idea. But I think you can already do so. You can assign an external switch pedal to toggle between two values of any parameter, per preset, IIRC.

styrioci
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new algo

July 25, 2017 - 08:01 am

Any chance of new algo based on Fission plugin?

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Ultra-Meters and Curved Triggers

August 01, 2017 - 04:04 pm

1).  Those miniature input & output LED meters featured in the new Ultratap plugin:

 https://www.eventideaudio.com/ultratap-plugin

That would be a useful addition to the H9 Control app.  I realize that will cause issues of shared space with the global & per-preset indicators (Wet/Dry/ Stereo, etc.)  As an aside, I like that a derived plugin is breaking away from the 10 parameter stompbox model.  It's unnecessary in a plugin format.  Go wild.

 

2).  Triggered ramping for the Aux switches.  Picture this: The 'H-T & T-H Gliss' time delays in the PitchFlex algorithm are initiated by the Flex switch.   Tap that code branch, and make it globally available to Aux switches (and, by extension, any algorithm parameter).  Momentary, or latching.  The Heel & Toe parameters are already covered by the Parameter Range Start & End controls.

Bonus points for a 'Shape' control over log / exp / linear curves.  That skew could possibly perform double duty by nestling those Shape curves under the expression pedal, and linking an Aux switch to the '... (aka HotKnob value).  Either way, it's a unique attribute that could be applied to any parameter, in any algorithm.

https://www.eventideaudio.com/products/algorithms/pitchflex

A fella' can dream ... wink

mcvittym
Joined: Sep 13 2008
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User defined scales

September 28, 2017 - 08:18 am

Can we have a user-defined scale facility in the relevant H9 pitch algorithims eg Diatonic?  Chck out the new tc electronic quintessence-harmonizer

 

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Personally, I would like to

September 29, 2017 - 06:22 pm

Personally, I would like to see:

1. All the Factor Pedals re-released with Bluetooth included.

2a. A delay algorithm that dynamically reacts to pitch rather than picking attack. Example: Mode 1: Play higher notes - delay increases, play low note, delay decreases. Mode 2: opposite to Mode 1. I'd call this one Pitch-Dynamic Delay. 

2b. A reverb algorithm that reacts as stated in 2a.

3. Plugin versions of Timefactor, Pitchfactor, Modfactor, and an update to the existing Space plugin (adding Space presets from the H9 Max to the plugin).

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wilkinsi
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Actually, scrub my last wish

September 30, 2017 - 03:29 pm

Actually, scrub my last wish - just release an H9 MAX plugin! Even better if its free to all H9 MAX pedal owners!

Dr.Jackle
Joined: Jan 4 2011
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I would like to have the

October 03, 2017 - 05:13 pm

I would like to have the pitch algorithms track better. I was hoping for the H9 to make my Electro-Harmonix Micro POG redundant and spent an entire day trying to do simple octave up and octave down sounds. I tried every algorithm that could be set to do +8 or -8 interval but gave up and feeling frustrated hooked up the POG for reference. I played both pedals with couple different guitars, with neck and bridge pickups, before and after distortion, with and without a compressor and recorded comparisons to Logic. I really dig the Eventide stuff and hate to say it, but in every scenario there is no contest. The POG tracks reasonably well even if I play 16th notes 180bpm, whereas the H9 meows every second note and plays a wrong pitch every fifth or so note. If I keep the mix low enough it's barely usable when playing 8th notes in a modest tempo, but 16th notes in any tempo or the mix over 20% it simply doesn't perform well enough to be of musical use.

Another issue is with the input levels. The H9 sounds enormosly better if the input level is just below clipping. If the level is too low the pedal even when DSP bypassed sounds flat and especially eats low end off the sound. This presents a problem when switching guitars if there is even slight difference in the output of the pickups, either one of them sounds thin or the other one clips the input of the H9. It would be great if there was pad in the H9 that could be inserted to either or both of the inputs, maybe per preset, and the lowered volume be automatically compensated with the output level. This would also make the H9 usable in a line level effects loop.

Finally I'd like to write a disclaimer: I really like many algorithms in the H9, especially revebs and in no way mean to bash the unit, but these are my two main issues with the device. Thanks!

joeydego
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12 pages and 4 years later

October 03, 2017 - 09:15 pm

Ok guys. The H9 is coming up or just passed 4 years old. It is a fantastic first try, but I think there have been a lot of solid points, even a few no brainers thrown around here. I really want to see a vsn 2 of the H9, or even better something comparable to the TC Electronics G System. You can really destroy the competition with that one.

wallirec
Joined: Apr 2 2017
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[Цитата = Dr.Jackle]

October 03, 2017 - 10:41 pm

[Цитата = Dr.Jackle]

Я бы хотел, чтобы алгоритмы подачи лучше отслеживали.

[/ Цитата]

Используйте алгоритм Pitchflex, он не отслеживает заметки, вы можете записывать заметки, как из Gatling Machine Gun.

wallirec
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Dr.Jackle wrote:

October 03, 2017 - 10:43 pm

Dr.Jackle wrote:

I would like to have the pitch algorithms track better.

Use the algorithm Pitchflex, it does not track notes, you can put notes like from the Gatling Machine Gun.

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How about a spillover when

October 04, 2017 - 07:04 am

How about a spillover when changing presets, even when both presets use different algorithms?

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Here's another one - how

October 04, 2017 - 07:08 am

Here's another one - how about a limited edition H9 Core in black with purple LED text/numeric display?

Dr.Jackle
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wallirec wrote:

October 04, 2017 - 02:03 pm

wallirec wrote:

Dr.Jackle wrote:

I would like to have the pitch algorithms track better.

Use the algorithm Pitchflex, it does not track notes, you can put notes like from the Gatling Machine Gun.

I'm quite certain I tried every single algorithm to do the octave up/down sound, including Pitchflex. If you say Pitchflex does the job, what is your signal chain and settings on the Pitchflex? Thanks!

Given To Fly
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wilkinsi wrote:

October 04, 2017 - 02:40 pm

wilkinsi wrote:

Here's another one - how about a limited edition H9 Core in black with purple LED text/numeric display?

I recall one of the moderators saying the red text/numeric display (which has an actual name so naturally, I can not remember it) was used because it is the only display that can be read even in direct sunlight. I am sure a moderator will correct me if I am wrong. 

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I'm quite certain I tried

October 06, 2017 - 09:36 am

I'm quite certain I tried every single algorithm to do the octave up/down sound, including Pitchflex. If you say Pitchflex does the job, what is your signal chain and settings on the Pitchflex? Thanks!

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Try reinstalling the firmware, maybe your device is working with an error.

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Please fix Bluetooth loss of

October 11, 2017 - 04:06 pm

Please fix Bluetooth loss of connection with multiple H9's and H9 Control.

tomasbr
Joined: Mar 23 2016
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Relative CC

October 28, 2017 - 05:52 pm

I wish for... H9 and other pedals could accept NRPN increment/decrement via CC. Also I wish for by setting option sending parameters out to MIDI when preset is loaded and while parameter is edited... I wish for nice integration...

(NRPN controller value should be that selected withi pedal setup)

 

Given To Fly
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"H9 Factor"

November 14, 2017 - 11:09 pm

I do not believe the H9 was designed to do what people seem to want it to do. It acts more like a chameleon on a pedalboard, changing its color when need be. I could not help but notice that the H9000 is full of features that I can barely pronounce. I think there might be some room in between the H9 and H9000 for a more powerful floorboard H9 product. In my mind's eye, I am imagining 3 H9's welded together, which would be the ideal size and shape. (I have no doubt there are better ways of designing such a product.) The purpose of this "H9 Factor" would also be a chameleon that could be part of your pedalboard, your entire pedalboard, or, thanks to the new distortion algorithms, your entire setup (minus a power amp) which would be especially useful when traveling internationally. Most musicians step on something in order to change FX, often times a pedalboard. Why not introduce the first pedalboard worth stepping on? Now, as usual, I am pretty sure you have thought of something like this already and you know what your product line up is going to be, at least for the near future. The H9 Factor would be a broader platform on which to implement the new algorithms you will undoubtedly be creating. Just a thought...that I've been thinking about for awhile. ;) 

camilok
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My biggest wish would be for

November 15, 2017 - 06:59 pm

My biggest wish would be for the lag to go away when switching presets.  As musicians, all of us can hear when things are off by as little as 20 milliseconds, and the current lag limits the use for me in live situations.   I find myself wanting to switch between algos, but I just dont because of the way it kills my groove.  I even have two on my board - one in the loop and one for pre/post on my switching system.  I only change things with an expression pedal during a song these days, or turn the loaded effects on or off.. 

Still, there is only one Eventide when it comes to sound quality, and the H9 fopr the price just cant be beat in that department.

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camilok wrote:

November 15, 2017 - 09:54 pm

camilok wrote:

My biggest wish would be for the lag to go away when switching presets.  As musicians, all of us can hear when things are off by as little as 20 milliseconds, and the current lag limits the use for me in live situations.   I find myself wanting to switch between algos, but I just dont because of the way it kills my groove.  I even have two on my board - one in the loop and one for pre/post on my switching system.  I only change things with an expression pedal during a song these days, or turn the loaded effects on or off.. 

Still, there is only one Eventide when it comes to sound quality, and the H9 fopr the price just cant be beat in that department.

We thank you for your kinds words.

In effect you have explained the issue - our presets are large and complex things (this is why they sound so good), but as a result, they take time to change.

We'll try and improve this in time, but it is, in a way, the nature of the beast.

 

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Starting to play with rockman-like tone....

December 01, 2017 - 07:58 am
BMW-KTM wrote:

I have not read the entire wish list thread yet.  I will do so eventually but if it has not already been mentioned I have a request for a new multi effect algorythm. I see there already are some algos with more than one effect at a time.  I would love to be able to achieve an early Tom Scholz (Boston) kind of guitar tone. I've been doing some research and apparently there are a number of effects required to get a reasonable facsimile.  I don't expect an exact reproduction as that would take a whole lot of work.  He apparently would mic a dimed Plexi using a power attenuator so as to not overpower the mic.  This was to capture the tone of the cab and the mic.  He'd convert the mic signal to a guitar level signal, feed that through an EQ with a very specific EQ curve, mostly accentuating mids, split the signal into 3 with some slight pitch-shift changes on each channel, one standard, one a few cents below standard, one a few cents sharp, recombine, then compression, chorus, delay and noisegate.  Then, of course, there was a lot of post production tweaking at mixdown, making it stereo and adding delay to one side, etc..  That seems like an awful lot of work for one algo.  Actually it's a lot of work no matter how you attack it.  Lots of artists used to use his Rockman gear to achieve their tone so it wouldn't be just another one trick pony.  The problem with going the Rocman route is that there was a specific unit for each stage of the processing, meaning you'd have to buy a lot of pieces and that gear is now very old and increasingly expensive and pretty much the only pristine stuff left is held by hoarders and Boston cult followers.  Barry Goudreau used to get a reasonable facsimile using distortion, compression, parked wah, a similar EQ curve and chorus.

I'm thinking an algo that combines a distortion with compression adjustment, a delay/chorus/verb component and some kind of Q-wah with semi-parametric EQ controls would be enough to get a person fairly close.  The 3-way split, pitch-shift and recombine would be nice too.  I could use 2 H9s if that would make it easier.

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Dr.Jackle wrote:

December 06, 2017 - 11:07 am
Dr.Jackle wrote:

I would like to have the pitch algorithms track better. I was hoping for the H9 to make my Electro-Harmonix Micro POG redundant and spent an entire day trying to do simple octave up and octave down sounds. I tried every algorithm that could be set to do +8 or -8 interval but gave up and feeling frustrated hooked up the POG for reference. I played both pedals with couple different guitars, with neck and bridge pickups, before and after distortion, with and without a compressor and recorded comparisons to Logic. I really dig the Eventide stuff and hate to say it, but in every scenario there is no contest. The POG tracks reasonably well even if I play 16th notes 180bpm, whereas the H9 meows every second note and plays a wrong pitch every fifth or so note. If I keep the mix low enough it's barely usable when playing 8th notes in a modest tempo, but 16th notes in any tempo or the mix over 20% it simply doesn't perform well enough to be of musical use.

Another issue is with the input levels. The H9 sounds enormosly better if the input level is just below clipping. If the level is too low the pedal even when DSP bypassed sounds flat and especially eats low end off the sound. This presents a problem when switching guitars if there is even slight difference in the output of the pickups, either one of them sounds thin or the other one clips the input of the H9. It would be great if there was pad in the H9 that could be inserted to either or both of the inputs, maybe per preset, and the lowered volume be automatically compensated with the output level. This would also make the H9 usable in a line level effects loop.

Finally I'd like to write a disclaimer: I really like many algorithms in the H9, especially revebs and in no way mean to bash the unit, but these are my two main issues with the device. Thanks!

I second this. I adore the H9 in everything but polyphonic pitch shifting. An updated pitchflex algorithm would be most glorious.

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Alas, the POG and the H9 are

December 06, 2017 - 06:49 pm

Alas, the POG and the H9 are different animals. The POG can do polyphonic pitch shiftings, and little else. The H9 is not great at at polyphonic pitch shifting, but is great at so many other things.

We understand that you want one pedal to rule them all, but this is not always possible. Horses and courses.

 

 

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Wishing for more wishes.

December 08, 2017 - 03:08 am

nickrose wrote:

Alas, the POG and the H9 are different animals. The POG can do polyphonic pitch shiftings, and little else. The H9 is not great at polyphonic pitch shifting but it is great at so many other things.

We understand that you want one pedal to rule them all, but this is not always possible. Horses and courses.

I am amazed at the demands made of the H9 versus the demands made of any other guitar pedal. The only thing more amazing is Eventide has managed to cater to some of those demands in the form of software updates. I do not know of any other company who is actively adding requested features (not fixing problems) to their guitar pedals 4 years after they were purchased without needing to touch the hardware? What pedal would you replace your H9 with?

"One pedal to rule them all" is impossible. "One pedal to get the job done, and get the job done well" is within the realm of possibility, This depends largely on the job that needs to be done and whether H9 users want such a product in the first place. I trust Eventide knows what they are doing and if they don't, they are figuring it out. I also think they would like people to continue wishing for more H9 wishes. yes

 

jcrhee
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Digitech Freqout type algorithm

December 08, 2017 - 01:33 pm

So I would love for a Digitech Freqout type algorithm. Being able to generate feedback or ebow type effect would be awesome... please.

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USB Audio on the H9 would

December 08, 2017 - 05:33 pm

USB Audio on the H9 would make it very useful in a DAW, Likewise, the ability to use an H9 as a plugin would also appeal, especially to those of us who can't afford an H9000, 

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Given To Fly wrote:

December 08, 2017 - 05:42 pm

Given To Fly wrote:

wilkinsi wrote:

Here's another one - how about a limited edition H9 Core in black with purple LED text/numeric display?

I recall one of the moderators saying the red text/numeric display (which has an actual name so naturally, I can not remember it) was used because it is the only display that can be read even in direct sunlight. I am sure a moderator will correct me if I am wrong. 

 

Is there some kind of tape I can slap on the display of one of my H9's to change its color (or hue) instead? I like to be able to distinguish one H9 from the other. 

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You can use any gel...though

December 08, 2017 - 10:20 pm

You can use any gel...though it might get dark.

 

however... the dark plastic over the display is totally removable from inside. You could pop it out, and get some other tinted piece of plastic to replace it.. maybe blue to make purple?

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wilkinsi wrote:

December 10, 2017 - 08:13 am

wilkinsi wrote:

Given To Fly wrote:

wilkinsi wrote:

Here's another one - how about a limited edition H9 Core in black with purple LED text/numeric display?

I recall one of the moderators saying the red text/numeric display (which has an actual name so naturally, I can not remember it) was used because it is the only display that can be read even in direct sunlight. I am sure a moderator will correct me if I am wrong. 

 

Is there some kind of tape I can slap on the display of one of my H9's to change its color (or hue) instead? I like to be able to distinguish one H9 from the other. 

 

I will try to change digits by Green digits, I've found parts. I haven't seen Purple color I don't think you can do it without ask a special product to manufacturer.

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I was just thinking blue

December 12, 2017 - 12:34 am

I was just thinking blue-tinted glass over the red letters... red and blue = purple!

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camn wrote:

December 12, 2017 - 06:37 pm

camn wrote:

I was just thinking blue-tinted glass over the red letters... red and blue = purple!

 

Eventide could sell replacement displays with different colors, assuming they would be user-friendly to replace. There's a few of these on eBay for the EMU Proteus 2000 synths. Something like that. As a cheaper alternative, I was hoping someone would recommend some kind of removable tape I could put on top of the display rather than take the pedal to pieces (consequently voiding the warranty).

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I am getting blocked when I

December 12, 2017 - 07:59 pm

I am getting blocked when I post a link.. but search Amazon for "Highlighter tape". its $4.

 

WIll it make the display too dim? You gotta try it out. let us know.

 

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The good Mr Camn has tried to

December 12, 2017 - 10:35 pm

The good Mr Camn has tried to post something that for no obvious reason our Forum does not accept (I'll speak to our enormous IT department).

The crux of his message is 'search Amazon for "Highlighter tape". its $4.'

 

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wilkinsi wrote:

December 13, 2017 - 03:24 am

wilkinsi wrote:

camn wrote:

I was just thinking blue-tinted glass over the red letters... red and blue = purple!

 

Eventide could sell replacement displays with different colors, assuming they would be user-friendly to replace. There's a few of these on eBay for the EMU Proteus 2000 synths. Something like that. As a cheaper alternative, I was hoping someone would recommend some kind of removable tape I could put on top of the display rather than take the pedal to pieces (consequently voiding the warranty).

My studio monitors have an exceptionally bright, BLUE, light that I covered with a thin strip of red painters tape. I would think a trip to Home Depot would result in something that would do the trick. ;) Actually, an art supply store would probably be a better option. 

 

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Blocked post

December 13, 2017 - 11:42 am

camn wrote:

I am getting blocked when I post a link.. but search Amazon for "Highlighter tape". its $4.

WIll it make the display too dim? You gotta try it out. let us know.

Hi Camn, sorry for the inconvenience. Can you tell me what link you're trying to post and what happens when you do? You should be able to post simple links, but we employ various anti-spam tools and one of them may be the culprit. Feel free to email me the details: jay at eventide dot com.