A MIDI controller that can handle two Eventide H9 units simultaneously.

Villeurbanne, France (March 29, 2017) -- Here is the EvenMidi H9 MIDI controller. It controls one or two Eventide H9. Eventide H9 are powerful multi-effect units with amazing sounds. They can be even cooler if you add a controller. This controller adds ease of use for preset navigation, direct access to presets, direct access to looper, tone sculpting with pots, and controlling two Eventide H9 units simultaneously.

Standard Mode: Footswitches send MIDI Control Change CC (scroll presets, active, performance switch...)

Preset mode: Footswitches send MIDI Program Change PC to call 6 presets, perfect for live gigs.

Looper Mode: Direct access and exit Looper, Rec, Play, Stop, Empty, and Tap.

Ten potentiometers help you to sculpt your sound live or play with looper parameters.

The silk-screened enclosure displays potentiometer names corresponding to Eventide Factor stompboxes Serie for a fast an easy tone sculpt.

It features one auxilary TRS input for an expression pedal.

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