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Hi bsfreq,

Thanks for posting.

It is not clear if you are currently experiencing issue with your H9000 as you mention towards the beginning of your post. If that is the case, please email support@eventide.com with some more information about the issues you are having and I can suggest some troubleshooting tips there.

Regarding your feature requests, sorry, these are not features we are currently pursuing. As we’ve mentioned in other posts, we’re a small team and we need to carefully think about what projects and features we can pursue. This is not an easy task. Advanced FX Chain routing and more algorithms per FX Chain is something we are still considering, but I cannot provide a timeline for when these features may be added.

We don’t typically provide updates about what features may be coming in whatever the next update will be, because this can always change. However, we have already announced that we will be offering support for running Max patches on the H9000 using RNBO, and this is something we are working on for the next update. We have also had many requests for being able to run all algorithms on the H9000 at 96 kHz, and this is something we are working on as well.

Can you be more specific with what your use case is? Many H9000 algorithms are already more than 1 effect at a time.

This is a bank of dual algorithms with 4 inputs/outputs, which is basically the same as 2 algorithms in 1 slot. https://cdn.eventideaudio.com/manuals/h9000/2.0/content/appendix/algorithms/10_Dual_Machines.html

This bank has algorithms that use 3 effects in parallel, and 6 inputs/outputs (basically the same as 3 algorithms in 1 slot). https://cdn.eventideaudio.com/manuals/h9000/2.0/content/appendix/algorithms/32_Parallel_Effects.html

As far as advanced FX Chain routing goes, a hardware mixer can allow you to route multiple FX Chains in series/parallel. An audio interface combined with mixing software or a DAW makes this easy to accomplish as well.