LITTLE FERRY, NEW JERSEY, JUNE 25, 2020 — Today, Eventide announced the immediate availability of its Pro Tools Expansion card for its flagship multichannel effects platform, the H9000. The user-installable expansion card allows Pro Tools HDX or HD Native users to connect the H9000 directly for up to 32 channels of direct I/O with ProTools via via its Primary DigiLink port or it can be daisy-chained with other Pro Tools interfaces via the Secondary DigiLink port via the included 12’ mini-Digilink cable. The H9000 can be either slaved to an external master clock via loop sync/word clock or can be the master clock. The Eventide Pro Tools expansion card retails for $999 and is available from Eventide Professional dealers worldwide.
“The introduction of the Pro Tools expansion card marks a significant move toward seamless integration with Pro Tools, the industry standard recording platform among top recording and post-production facilities,” stated Patrick Flores, H9000 Product Manager. “In addition to supporting ProTools connectivity, version 1.3 adds new effects and customer-requested features and supports a newly updated Emote, the H9000’s remote control application.”
The H9000 features three available expansion slots which can facilitate up to 32 channels of audio each and can be populated by any combination of the three available expansion board options, Dante, MADI and Pro Tools.
Concurrent with the release of the Pro Tools expansion card is the release of 1.3 software for the H9000. Included in this release is enhanced MIDI functionality, Pro Tools support and two new effect algorithms and their associated presets from the award-winning H9 stompbox, TriceraChorus is a lush three voice stereo chorus based on the classic DynoMyPiano and Dimension D, plus Harmadillo, a harmonic tremolo algorithm. V1.3 software for H9000 and H9000R owners is available here: https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/product/9106/installers
The new version of Emote offers user-requested UI refinements such as metering in the primary window and enhanced algorithm viewing.
Eventide was founded in 1971 in New York City. Eventide is a leading developer and manufacturer of digital audio processing products for recording, broadcast, and live performance. Headquartered in Little Ferry, NJ, Eventide invented the H910, the first Harmonizer effects processor in 1975, followed in 1977 by the H949, the first de-glitched Harmonizer with additional delay. Visit Eventide online at eventideaudio.com.
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