Legendary Lexicon Programs That recreate the acoustics of reverberant spaces. World-class Program available for room sounds Without reverberation. That offer classic shapes Programs Such as square, sawtooth, triangle, sine, sine and Rectified. The Adjust knob exchange the synchronization of the left and right sweeps to mono or stereo effects Produce, and the Tap button matches the tremolo rate of the program with the tempo of the music.
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Shows signs of use but functions as it should. Packed full of effects and features that sound great. Perfect for studio or live. Includes power supply. See below for a detailed description from Lexicon. Be sure to check out the photos and thanks for looking!
A true stereo processor, the MPX includes bit analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion, and relies on the proprietary Lexichip engine to perform bit internal processing. Its carefully-crafted presets feature legendary Lexicon reverb, as well as dual programs that combine two independent effects in four routing configurations. Tempo can be set using audio input, a dual footswitch, the front panel Tap button, or an external MIDI device.
A powerful editing tool called Learn Mode allows patching of five front panel controls, while permanent MIDI patches provide access to audio parameters not available from the front panel. The Program and Variation knobs work together to expedite program selection. The Program knob selects among Single, Dual, and User programs, which are listed around the knob for faster selection. The Variation knob selects one of 16 variations for the selected program.
The Adjust knob is patched to the most critical parameters for each preset. All it takes is a simple turn of the knob to dial in the desired sound. For some presets, the Adjust knob is patched to multiple parameters to provide simultaneous control of related effects. Tap Tempo Tap Tempo simplifies the process of matching the delay times and modulation rates of tempo-based presets with those of the music.
Whenever a tempo-based preset is loaded, the Tap button LED flashes. To set tempo from the front panel, press the Tap button twice in time with the music. It is not required to enter what "could be" the delay time in milliseconds. Just press the Tap button twice, and the MPX will calculate the appropriate delay time.
To change tempo, just press the Tap button twice again in the new rhythm. Tempo can also be set using audio input a must for live performances, a dual footswitch, or an external MIDI device that uses Continuous Controller or Program Change messages. In addition, Program Change messages can be used to load programs. The MPX also recognizes permanent, non-learnable MIDI patches that provide access to audio parameters that are not available from the front panel. These features mean that musicians never need to touch the front panel again during a live performance.
And, in the studio, controls can be automated and recorded into a sequencing device for complete preset automation. Ambience - World-class programs available for room sounds without reverberation. Tremolo - Programs that offer classic shapes such as square, sawtooth, triangle, sine, and rectified sine.
The Adjust knob changes the synchronization of the left and right sweeps to produce mono or stereo effects, and the Tap button matches the tremolo rate of the program with the tempo of the music. Rotary - Programs that simulate a Leslie-style cabinet. Like the physical model, the high horn and low drum frequencies are separated and "spun" in opposite directions.
Horn and drum speeds are independent, designed with the acceleration and deceleration characteristics that simulate the inertia of the original mechanical elements. Chorus - Programs inherited from the award-winning PCM Series that pan six independently-randomized delay voices across the stereo field to create a rich, airy effect that multiplies a single source into several.
Flange - Programs that feature two 2-tap delays, one per channel. Mixing the two tap delays together creates characteristic flange effects such as swishing, tunneling, and fading. Pitch - Programs that shift monophonic sources within a range of one octave up to two octaves down.
Detune - Programs with one pair of voices per channel, one sharp and one flat. These voices add a delayed or pitch-shifted version of the source to thicken the sound, creating a particularly effective simulation of double-tracking. Delay and Echo - Programs that include mono 5. Dual Programs - Programs that combine two independent effects in four routing configurations.
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