January 24, 2022 at 3:43 pm #161798andylamaParticipant
I have a Mission SP-H9 pedal:
This was designed particularly for the H9 and has an integrated switch and LED indicator.
(not sure I fully understand how all that works with a single TRS cable connection, but ok)
Can anyone tell me if this pedal would also work with my H9000?
Ultimately, I want a solid, simple expression pedal for my H9K, but the earlier threads here all seem to lead to some large and expensive guitar pedalboard type solutions.
Since I already possess this Mission H9 pedal, I was hoping to simply repurpose it, but didn’t want to risk damaging anything by plugging it in to a device where compatibility wasn’t specifically declared.
January 24, 2022 at 5:28 pm #161818tbskoglundModeratorEventide Staff
Yes, this expression pedal should work fine with the H9000, it certainly won’t damage anything. If you’re using a TRS cable and set the pedal mode to “expression pedal/1 aux switch”, that should allow you to use both the expression pedal and built-in switch. More info about pedal setup and calibration with the H9000 can be found here: https://cdn.eventideaudio.com/manuals/h9000/content/setup/h9000setup.html#pedals
Let me know how it goes.
October 21, 2022 at 12:09 pm #166024formantsParticipant
I am wanted to use a Roland EV-5 Food Pedal with my H9000. Also this pedal (I was trying out other typs too) seems to have “calibration problems” I wasn`t using any pedal until now because I never got it running but now I think I give it another try.
The problem is that the values around 0 and 100 are not translated smoothly. So sometimes I have a value 4 when my pedal ist closed.
It does not matter if I change direction of the pedal ( closed means open and open means closed)
It would be nice to have padels that work without jumps in their values and really reüresent 0 to 100.
The Link from the post above does not work anymore…
Thank u for you attention!
October 21, 2022 at 1:28 pm #166026formantsParticipant
Great! I am looking forward!!!
May 6, 2023 at 7:17 am #171058
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