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Product News
2020/01/13
ROSE DELAY PEDAL V3.0 SOFTWARE MADE AVAILABLE WITHIN THE NEW PEDAL MANAGER FROM EVENTIDE AUDIO

Eventide (Booth C7017) is releasing v3.0 operating software for its wildly versatile Rose modulated delay pedal along with the new Eventide Device Manager for pedal management at The 2020 NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA.

The perfect hybrid of analog and digital, the Rose pedal offers reverse delays, slapback, chorus and everything in between. It features five different modulation sources, delay multiplier, phase invert/reverse, customizable presets, true analog dry path, MIDI, and three button AUX/Expression switching for ultimate versatility on stage or in the studio. Now, with v3.0, Rose capabilities offer five banks of five presets for a total of 25 (and comes with 25 factory presets), Tap Division selection (quarter, eighth, dotted eighth, triplet), MIDI Lock Receive, MIDI Tap Tempo, Envelope Off Mode, Kill-Dry Mode and Expression, which now supports single-switch (TS) aux switches as well as three-button (TRS) switches.

Eventide Rose Delay Pedal will now be available for the Eventide Device Manager.

Replacing the Eventide Direct software updater for its pedal line, the new Eventide Device Manager (EDM) performs software updates for all Eventide pedals. EDM also provides setting and preset management for the Rose pedal (a feature not previously available using Eventide’s remote control app H9 Control), allowing backup and restore of the entire device state. EDM provides direct access to all functionality of the Rose pedal, demystifying the plethora of available features with the ability to continuously send changes to the pedal to facilitate auditioning and experimentation with different sounds. With EDM, presets can be edited and saved on the fly and backed up and loaded with ease.