Feature Request: H9000 – FX Chain – Browsing History

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      Dedicated H9000 User + Lover here.

      one thing that came to me the other day was – i wish i had a HISTORY, like one does in a web browser, showing me the last 25 (or whatever number) FX Chains i have had loaded into the H9000

      I am often working on multiple projects at once and have gotten into the workflow of saving my FX Chain as a standalone file onto my MacOS Machine, with the DAW Project files.. so as not to lose it..

      I often neglect to do this save step and a few times have been caught out by not having the exact FX chain at the ready for a given project and not being able to remember its name and then winding up with that issue of trying to find it somehow or whatever..

      If there was some History page of the last XXX FX chains i had used, then, this problem would be solved and it might be useful in other areas too.


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      Eventide Staff

      Hi, thanks for your suggestion. I'll create a ticket to add FX chain sorting options similar to the algorithm sorting options. 

      Another way you could solve the issue of not having the right FX chain/settings for a specific DAW project would be to use Emote as a plug-in in your DAW. When you open the DAW project and then open the Emote plug-in, a pop-up message will ask if you want to restore the H9000 state data. If you choose to restore this, you will load all the H9k settings that you were using in the last saved state of that specific DAW project (this will overwrite what is currently loaded on the H9k.) It is recommended to save all of your session data on the H9k itself as well and the best practice would probably be to save an H9k session for each DAW project, but the Emote plug-in state restore is a good back up plan if you forget to save an FX chain for the project you're working on.

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