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H9 in 500 series format


Hi, my use of the H9 is mostly in the studio as an effect unit for tracking guitars and synths. I don't regret going with the H9 max as it is great bang for the buck and does not require buying or get obsoleted new when updating the DAW host OS for example.

I have since gone the route for OTB signal processing in 500 format for EQ and dynamics and plan to route those lowZmic level signals through the 1/4 TRS plugs of the H9. 

Desktop integration by editing saving presents through the GUI works fine so for further convenience I'm wondering ...

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