Little Ferry, NJ (January 24, 2013) – Eventide unveiled its newest addition to their stompbox line, the H9 Harmonizer. The H9 delivers Eventide’s acclaimed sound and can run all

Little Ferry, NJ (January 24, 2013) – Eventide unveiled its newest addition to their stompbox line, the H9 Harmonizer. The H9 delivers Eventide’s acclaimed sound and can run all of Eventide’s stompbox effects. It features a simple, one-knob user interface and also connects wirelessly via Bluetooth to iPods, iPhones and iPads for creating and managing presets, live control and in-app algorithm purchases.

The H9 comes bundled with a set of the most popular algorithms taken from Eventide’s stomboxes: Liquid Chorus, Organic Chorus, Shimmer Chorus, Classic Chorus, Phase XO Chorus, Bias Tremolo, and Opto Tremolo from ModFactor; H910, H949, and Crystals from PitchFactor; Tape Echo and Vintage Delay from TimeFactor; and Hall and Shimmer from Space. The standard bundle also includes the first in a series of new H9-specific algorithms, UltraTap Delay.

All of Eventide’s stompbox algorithms and their associated presets are available for in-app purchase. For a limited time, a coupon for one free algorithm is offered upon registering the product.

While the H9 is fully controllable via its front panel, a free iOS app, H9 Control, can be downloaded to your iPhone or iPad for live editing, creating and managing presets and changing system settings wirelessly via Bluetooth. H9 Control can also be downloaded to your PC or Mac and connected via USB.

The H9 features stereo audio I/O, MIDI I/O and Expression Pedal and Auxiliary Switch inputs.

H9 will be available in March of 2013 through authorized Eventide stompbox dealers.

For more information:
eventide.com

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