[NAMM] Eventide debuts H9 Core
Eventide will unveil this Thursday at the NAMM the newest addition to its stompbox line of harmonizers: H9 Core.
H9 Core delivers the sounds of Eventide’s H910 and H949 studio processors used on stage by the likes of Frank Zappa, Jimmy Page, and Eddie Van Halen. Being an un-bundled version, it is aimed at people who don't need all the effects of the first version. Nevertheless, all Eventide stompbox effects, including the brand-new UltraTap Delay and Resonator, can be added to H9 Core.
The stompbox features a simple, one-knob user interface, True Analog Bypass, MIDI, and a built-in tuner. Further, the H9 Core can be paired with the H9 Control app for Windows, OSX (via USB) or iOS (via Bluetooth) to create and manage presets and in-app purchases. According to the manufacturer, up to five H9s can be synced to a single Eventide.com account and share algorithms simultaneously.
The H9 Core will be available immediately after launch, but Eventide hasn't made pricing information public yet. We'll keep you posted!
For more information visit www.eventide.com.
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