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Eventide launches TriceraChorus, New Software, and Eventide H9 Max Dark Effects Pedal

The effects specialist Eventide has started with the TriceraChorus at NAMM 2020. The new triple chorus algorithm with the vintage factor is integrated for the Eventide H9. The algorithm is the 52nd update of the manufacturer and that is celebrated accordingly. In the course of this, Eventide has also introduced Eventide H9 Max effects pedal with Bluetooth control – Limited Edition Dark version. Another product from Eventide is the operating software v3.0 for the modulatable rose delay pedal.

Eventide H9 Max Dark Effects Pedal


The triple chorus is based on the classic bucket chain delay and provides the musicians with additional chorus effects with up to 5 chorus voices, as well as vibrato, stereo detune and two envelope curve targets.

Eventide H9 Max

For the release of the 52nd algorithm, Eventide has introduced H9 Max Dark Limited Edition. All 52 effects are pre-installed in this effects device. The result of the full equipment is access to more than 600 presets. Like the standard model, the H9 Max Dark is characterized by the simple user interface with just one controller, and the ergonomic design and robust build quality.

Connection via Bluetooth interface is possible for wireless control, editing, creation and management of the presets can be done in live mode.

Operating Software v3.0 for Rose Delay Pedal

The manufacturer has also introduced the new Eventide Device Manager (EDM) for the Rose Delay pedal (priced at $349 via B&H). The current software v3.0 replaces the Direct Software Updater for the floor effect series.

Eventide device manager

In the future, software updates will be carried out on compatible devices using v3.0. Effects management can be used to secure devices such as the Rose pedal and restore the device status.

Price and Availability

Eventide H9 Max Dark Limited Edition has already been up for pre-order via the online store for $699. H9 Control algorithm as an in-app purchase will cost $19.99, while the EDM Device Manager has not launched yet.

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