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aftrshok99
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Two H9's and one Aux Switch for changing presets

aftrshok99
January 13, 2016 - 06:38 pm

I'm going to be running two H9's and was wondering if you can use one aux switch to make both h9's change presets simultaneously? I know you can control tap tempo on both H9's from one aux switch by hooking up a midi cable between the two H9's and then setting master / slave, etc but not sure about presets (up / down). I would assume you could do the same for preset switching

 

JES
Joined: Jun 28 2015
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JES
January 17, 2016 - 05:34 pm

aftrshok99 wrote:

I'm going to be running two H9's and was wondering if you can use one aux switch to make both h9's change presets simultaneously? I know you can control tap tempo on both H9's from one aux switch by hooking up a midi cable between the two H9's and then setting master / slave, etc but not sure about presets (up / down). I would assume you could do the same for preset switching

 

 

I don't know about aux switches, but you can control one H9 with another via MIDI, so you could "pair" presets via MIDI messages.

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nickrose
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nickrose
January 17, 2016 - 06:02 pm

You can connect one aux switch to two H9's by using a suitable Y-lead, as long as you avoid ground loops.

 

 

pedroandresgomez
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pedroandresgomez
September 15, 2019 - 01:00 pm

nickrose wrote:

You can connect one aux switch to two H9's by using a suitable Y-lead, as long as you avoid ground loops.

 

 

IF I DID THAT, WITH THAT AUX SWITCH AND TWO H9, COULD I HAVE THE DELAY TRAILS WORKING GOOD ?