Eventide tells us that they are pleased to celebrate spring in a way that all musicians can agree with - free gear...
They say that all you need to do is sign up for their newsletter to be eligible to win an H9 Max ($799 MSRP). The contest ends at midnight on May 7, 2015. The winner will be announced on the Eventide website and on their Facebook page on May 8th. This is what Eventide has to say about the H9:
The revolutionary H9 places Eventide's legendary studio-grade effects at your feet. Discover what artists like St. Vincent, Cymbals Eat Guitars, Robert Fripp, and producers like Richard Chycki, Tony Visconti, and Joe Chiccarelli have known about Eventide effects for years -- they are magical, inspirational and sometimes otherworldly.
The H9 MAX comes pre-loaded with all 45 effect algorithms and associated presets from the popular Eventide stompboxes: TimeFactor, ModFactor, PitchFactor, and Space, plus all future H9 exclusives at no additional cost.
All H9 MAX owners can share these effects with up to four additional H9s on a single Eventide.com account.
And what would all that power be without the ability to shape it to your will? Amazingly, you can control all aspects of the H9 using its simple, one-knob user interface. But Eventide went one giant step further and created H9 Control to allow you to use your computer (Mac or PC) or iOS device to manage settings, presets, lists, purchases wirelessly via Bluetooth. Set up a preset list for your gig at the hotel and just take your H9 to the show, or bring your iOS device with you and use H9 Control's unique X/Y pad features to interactively control effect parameters with your fingers or just by tilting the device.
The Eventide sound is a significant component of countless albums, movies, TV shows and live performances around the world for more than 40 years. Eventide's longevity is due to its single-minded dedication to the art of sound. Just listen.
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