H9 – what will happen when servers go offline and H9 Control can’t “log in”?

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      peterfrequency
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      H9 – what will happen when servers go offline and pedals/editor can’t “log in”?

      So the H9s are still supported for now but aren’t getting any more updates, and seem to be approaching end of life.

      Every time I get a new PC/mobile device that can run H9 Control, or reformat an existing one, I need to log in again and verify the pedals before H9 Control is able to function. What happens when the servers stop being supported?

      I’d still like to be using these pedals 10+ years in the future. Will there be an update to H9 Control that allows it to run completely offline so that these pedals can continue to function when the servers are eventually shut down?

      I’m particularly worried about the H9 core, because in order to access all the algorithms, it needs to be logged into the same account as my Max, so how would this work on a new install of H9 Control in the future if “logging in” no longer works?

      Will there be a way to edit the pedals offline in the future without requiring a login or handshake with the servers? Will the H9 Core still be able to access all the H9 Max’s algorithms for existing customers who have both?

      Would love some clarity on this.

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