New Eventide H9 EQ Algorithm

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Eventide announced the release of a new version its H9 Control app for Windows, Mac, and iOS which includes a number of UI enhancements suggested by users and delivers a new algorithm to the H9: EQ Compressor for H9.

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EQ Compressor combines a multi-featured, parametric equalizer with a dynamic, intuitive compressor to create a powerful tone shaping tool for guitar, voice, or any spectrally-rich sound.

The EQ section is comprised of four independent filters: two parametric bands, a low shelf and a high shelf. H9 Control’s graphical interface makes carving your tone easy.

Combining the tone-shaping ability of an EQ with the dynamics processing of a compressor makes for a world tone fun. The compressor section can be placed before or after the EQ and features up to 12 dB of boost to push an amp to awesomeness and beyond for your soul-shredding solos, enabling you to emphasize, harness, and control the parts of your sound you want to shine through a mix

“EQ Compressor has been in the works for quite a while and evolved over a period of alpha and beta testing,” said Ray Maxwell Vice President Sales and Marketing. “Despite the wide-range of effects that the H9 is capable of, “spank” wasn’t one of them. It is now.”

EQ Compressor is available free to H9 owners through Friday, June 20.

EQ Compressor demo video for guitar

EQ Compressor demo video for bass

Concurrent with the release of H9 Control v1.5.2 are v5.0 updates for ModFactor, PitchFactor, and Space which require the new H9 Control for updating. Users can download the new H9 Control here: .

For a step-by-step instructional video on how to update your ModFactor, PitchFactor, or Space pedal

For a step-by-step instructional video on how to use H9 Control with your ModFactor, PitchFactor, or Space pedal

About Eventide
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