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lexicon lxp5 (1989)
« on: October 25, 2016, 09:31:21 AM »
http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/lexicon-lxp5/278


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Building on the success of their LXP1 reverb, Lexicon have come up with a multi-fx processor that's set to make the "Lexicon sound" still more affordable. Review by Robert Rich.


WE ALL KNOW how digital reverb has changed the sound of modern music. We can now record CD-quality music at home with the illusion of almost any acoustic space imaginable. That's old news. Now that digital reverb is cheap and commonplace, many of us dream of owning several effects processors. Digital reverb is no longer just a fake room, it's a sound.

As musicians start using more and more digital effects, it makes sense that manufacturers should start producing units that can supply several effects at once. Examples of this trend include the Alesis QuadraVerb, Digitech's DSP128 and the ART Multiverb. Lexicon have now entered the budget multi-fx fray with their LXP5, an unassuming box with an impressive range of features. The LXP5's effects capabilities include reverb, three-octave pitch shifting, stereo delay, modulation delay, EQ, and an extensive MIDI modulation scheme. Most of these effects can be applied simultaneously, and just about every meaningful parameter is user-accessible.

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Re: lexicon lxp5 (1989)
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