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Lexicon Core 2 (2000)
« on: January 21, 2018, 10:23:51 PM »
for the lexicon core 32 page click here: http://www.oldschooldaw.com/forums/index.php/topic,977.msg1010.html


systems requirements page:

Blue and White G3 or G4
64 MB RAM (this is minimum, 128 MB will yield better performance)
Audio - capable disk drive
Mac OS 8.6 or 9
ASIO compatible applications only
Note: Core2 is not compatible Macintosh OSX.

Core2 System Requirements
Windows 95/98

    Pentium processor, PII or PIII supported
    200 MHz minimum processor speed ( this is minimum, a faster processor will yield better performance)
    Intel SE 440BX motherboard and chipset, without onboard soundcard - recommended
    AGP Video card
    64 MB RAM ( this is minimum, 128 MB will yield better performance)
    A/V compatible IDE drive, dedicated to audio (in addition to system drive)
    Windows 95 or 98 OS
    Parallel port interfaceable MIDI controller
(USB interface not supported;
Soundblaster also makes a number of compatible PCI bus MIDI interfaces)

Note: Core2 is not compatible with Windows 2000

    Blue and White G3 or G4
    64 MB RAM (this is minimum, 128 MB will yield better performance)
    Audio - capable disk drive
    Mac OS 8.6 or 9
    ASIO compatible applications only

Note: Core2 is not compatible with Mac OSX

Core2/MP-100 Features
•Up to 14 Channels In and 18 Channels Out
— 12 x 16 Channels simultaneously
•4 Channels of Analog In
•8 Channels of Analog Out
•1 Stereo S/PDIF Pair
•TOSLINK™Optical I/O Pair
• 8 Channels of ADAT™I/O
•1 Pair of Optical S/PDIF I/O
•24-bit A/D and D/A Converters
•Selectable Soft-knee Limiting on every analog input channel
•Optional MP-100 Daughterboard provides all of the features and controls of the Lexicon MPX 100:
•2 Independent effects configured for Dual Stereo (Parallel), Cascade, Mono Split and Dual Mono
•Effects include: Chorus, Flange, Pitch, Detune, Delay, Echo, Rotary, Tremolo, Reverb and Ambience

mac compatibility added in mid-2000
Mac compatibility for Lexicon Core 2

Apple G3 and G4 drivers have been announced for Lexicon's Core 2 soundcard/breakout box digital recording/editing system, which was reviewed for the PC back in May of this year. The Core 2 system provides 24-bit A-D/D-A converters, four analogue inputs, eight analogue outs, eight channels of ADAT digital I/O, and S/PDIF I/O. The system is fully compatible with Steinberg's Cubase VST and Emagic's Logic sequencers. G3/G4 support for the optional Lexicon MP100 effects daughterboard, which provides 240 presets sourced from the MPX100 dual-channel effects processor, will be available shortly.

Because of the new drivers, Mac users will now be able to take advantage of Lexicon distributor Pure Distribution's Pure Studio Pack (£999 including VAT), which bundles together a Core 2, an SPL Gold Mike valve preamp and MXL 2001 studio condenser mic (see review on page 32 of this issue).

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