The Program Change receive map provides 98 presets to load, which is straightforward because they are numbered.
The H9 allows us to store 99 presets. If your Receive Map is only showing you 98, perhaps one of the program change locations has been inadvertently changed.
The easiest way to load user presets is using preset lists on H9 Control. Once you've organized your presets into a list and put them in the order you want them to appear on the pedal, you can use H9 Control to save that list to the pedal. This overwrites the current preset slots on the pedal, so I recommend making a backup of what's on your pedal before loading a custom preset list. Regardless, you can find all factory preset lists on Eventide's H9 web page as a last resort.
It is possible to use CC#s to change presets by changing all the values for each knob once an algorithm is loaded, but this is very tedious. Forget about this method for now. It's better to work with preset lists from H9 Control.
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