Eventide has announced a cooperative project with Cycling ’74 that lets Max programmers to use the RNBO environment to create patches for Eventide’s flagship H9000 multi-effects processor.
Cycling ’74 RNBO (pronounced ‘rainbow’) is a ‘what you hear is what you get’ patching environment that lets you use a visual editor to create audio patches that can be exported to create web experiences, hardware music devices, audio plugins, and more.
With the addition of RNBO support, Eventide H9000 owners can develop and run new effects of their own creation on the H9000.
“Bringing RNBO to Eventide’s H9000 offers our users the ability to deploy their personal creations to an incredible DSP engine, alongside a wealth of existing effects,” says Cycling 74 CEO David Zicarelli. “We’re excited to introduce this option for RNBO users seeking the ultimate hardware platform for code export.”