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    Lexicon LXP Native Reverb

    Reverb Plug-in Suite

    Lexicons flagship PCM Native Reverb bundle is highly desirable, but also costly. The cut-down LXP Native Reverb offers a more affordable, yet still powerful, alternative.

    Reviews Nov 2010
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    Lexicon PCM Native Reverb

    Reverb Plug-ins [Mac & PC]

    Until now, the biggest name in reverb came attached only to rackmount hardware. Finally, however, Lexicon have made their celebrated rooms, halls and plates available in plug-in format.

    Reviews Mar 2010
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    Lexicon MX400/400XL

    Multi-Effects Processor

    Lexicon's MX200 offered the innovative ability to integrate with a sequencer host just like an effects plug-in. The updated MX400 goes one better - it does all that, but with dual effects-processing engines too.

    Reviews Nov 2006
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    Lexicon MPX550

    Dual-channel Effects Processor

    Lexicon update their MPX500 with more editing parameters, extra mastering processes, and more user patches.

    Reviews Jan 2003
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    Lexicon MPX200 Dual-channel Effects Processor

    Paul White tests Lexicon's new multi-effects unit, which offers the classy sound quality of the MPX500 at an even more affordable price point.

    Reviews Aug 2001
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    Lexicon MPX500

    Dual-channel Effects Processor

    Lexicon's new mid-priced unit strikes a balance between the ease of use of their budget gear and the flexibility and sonic class of their high-end products. Paul White gets an exclusive first look...

    Reviews Feb 2000
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    Lexicon MPX G2

    Guitar Effects Processor

    Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a new guitar-oriented effects unit from Lexicon. But will it inspire our mild-mannered reported John Walden to turn his Clark Kent chords into guitar (super)heroics?

    Reviews Mar 1999
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    Lexicon PCM81 & PCM91

    Digital Effects Processors

    As Lexicon introduce new processors to replace the acclaimed PCM80 and PCM90, Paul White takes a look at how these classic units have been further improved to create the PCM81 and 91.

    Reviews Sep 1998
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    Lexicon MPX100

    Dual-channel Effects Processor

    If you've £250 to spare and a reverb-shaped hole in your studio, Lexicon would like you to fill it with their latest budget processor, which offers 20-bit converters, a digital output as standard, and the famous Lexicon Ambience effect.

    Reviews Aug 1998
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    Lexicon MPX1

    Reverb & Multi-effects Processor

    Paul White explores the far reaches of space with the first of a new generation of effects processors from Lexicon.

    Reviews Jan 1997
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    Lexicon MPX1

    Multi-effects Processor (Preview)

    If you aspire to pro Lexicon effects such as the PCM80, but don't have deep enough pockets, the MPX1 could be just up your street. Paul White gets a sneak preview.

    Reviews Dec 1996
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    Lexicon PCM90

    Digital Reverberator

    Descending Mosses-like from the mount, Lexicon's new dedicated reverb processor brings intelligence from the company's top-end reverbs. Paul White gets a debriefing...

    Reviews May 1996
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    Lexicon LXP15 II


    Paul White looks at the latest incarnation of the LXP15 and finds that it neatly bridges the gap between Lexicon's budget products and their top-of-the-range pro reverb units.

    Reviews May 1995
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    Lexicon Reflex

    Dynamic MIDI Effects Processor

    The flood of quality effects units from Lexicon continues unabated. The Reflex takes the familiar Alex format, enhances its front panel editing, adds Lexicon's new Lexi II chip for improved sound quality, and tops it all off with comprehensive MIDI control facilities. Nick Magnus gets dynamic...

    Reviews Mar 1995
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    Lexicon PCM80

    Reverb and Effects Processor

    Lexicon's PCM70 reveb has been widely acclaimed as a modern classic, a ubiquitous component of pro studios worldwide. Paul White tests out its successor, the PCM80, falls deeply in love with it, then has to give it back!

    Reviews Dec 1994
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    Lexicon Vortex

    Audio Morphing Effects Processor

    Lexicon's new Vortex effects processor takes the concept of video morphing and applies it to audio effects. Paul White takes it for a spin.

    Reviews Jun 1994
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