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H9000 + Ableton + External Soundcard = USB In/out possible?



I have a H9000 + RME Audio Interface and ableton / protools

Im using the H9000 with Ableton via AES / EBU for 1x Stereo Channel. so far so good.

i was wanting to utilise the H9000's USB Audio IO capabilities if possible but Disableton Live only permits use of one 'device' for Audio IO (as far as i know) so if i select the H9000's USB IO, i loose the ability to use my RME audio card..

does anyone know a way around this?


thank you :)

H9000 hardware Rev?


I see the latest H9000 firmware update is for hardware Rev g. I bought an earlier H9000 which I suspect doesn't have the latest hardware Rev. What's the difference in the hardware, and is it possible to upgrade the hardware to the latest Rev if the changes are significant?

H9000 routing and channel count



I think I have a grasp on the overall architecture of the eventide, namely that the H9000 can run 16 algorithms organised within a miximum of 4 fx chains which can contain up to 4 fx each.  Now, let say I want the H9000 to handle 8 different effects for 8 different tracks as insert, plus one fx chain with 4 fx in it, and 4 effects as auxiliary. The "expert routing" page on the manual led me to think that it was possible: I'm I wrong?

H9000 Live Looping


If it's appropriapte to ask and post, are there any players out there using H9000 for extensive live looping? If so, can you post links to anything, even if they aren't using the H9000's looper specifically but using other algoythms I'd love to check it out. Also, what are the specs on live looping, like how long can you loop for, how many loopers can potentially run at the same time? Can you store the audio that was created in the looper memory for use later?

H9000 ADAT - SMux II & USB Questions


Hi there

The specs state "Optical (Toslink): 8 channels of ADAT (Only 44.1 kHZ and 48 kHz)"

Can/will support be added for SMux II to run 4 channels at 96k In & Out?

Separately, is the USB connection USB 3?


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