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Don’t have an account? Type in the new name and press Enter to save the change. By pressing ‘print’ button you will print only current page. This provides attenuation up to 18dB of the delay signal while a performer is singing or playing mwnual help provide intelligibility.

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Whereas a normal Controls the initial echo density. Lexicon user guide digital effects processor pcm 80 pages. Lexicon guitar effects processor user guide mpx g2 pages. ER Level Adjusts the level of early reflections within the reverb.

MX-Edit gives you all the same control and functionality as the MX front panel, with the exception of Input control and System functions.

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Modulated Effects Effects Descriptions MX modulaTed effeCTs Chorus – Stereo Chorus creates a lush, full maanual by combining two or more signals together where one is unaffected and the other signals vary in pitch very slightly over time. This setup is the most commonly used configuration in both live and studio applica- tions. Typically, reverbs and delays are used in parallel, lexxicon and de-essers maanual serial, and modulated effects can be used in either configuration, depending on the desired application.

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Lexicon Professional reserves the right to make changes in design or make addi- tions to or improvements upon this product without incurring any obligation to install the same additions or improvements on products previously manufactured. Split routing see page 16 for more information about routings. An editor panel for the current program is also open. Boing This is a unique parameter to the Spring reverb, designed to increase or decrease the amount of spring rattle that is a physical characteristic of spring tank reverbs.

Consult the technical guides that came with the equipment you will be connecting the MX to so as determine which output lexicoon should be selected.

Saving A Program Be aware that storing a program and left-click twice to tap the tempo, just as you would on lexicpn MX front panel. A single input source is fed into the MX and output as a mono signal. Waveform Selects the wave pattern used by the modulated effect.

The Power switch used in this piece of european Contact: Comments to this Manuals Your Name. Quick Start MX 6. Don’t have an account? A single input source is fed into the MX, processed, and output as a stereo The Modulated Delay is enhanced by an LFO low frequency oscillator manuual produces a chorusing lexicn on the delay repeats. Main Mix Bus, just as you would any audio or plug-in effect. Session Recall, automation — The higher the selected value, the tighter the bandwidth, and less apparent the de-essing effect is.

The Front Panel MX 9. To print the manual completely, please, download it. Effects Descriptions MX Hall Reverbs – Stereo small hall, large hall, vocal hall, drum hall A Lexion reverb is designed to emulate the acoustics of a concert hall — a space large enough to contain an orchestra and an audience.

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The in this manner will over-write the program previously stored in that location, both in Tempo buttons on the MX and in the Program Editor window now flash at the the MX-Edit Library and the MX itself. Input Knob Auto Load is disabled.

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Frequency Selects the frequency range of compression from Hz to 10kHz the most common frequencies in which excessive sibilance occurs. This eliminates the need to scroll through —12dB, —6dB, and 0dB. High settings of Diffusion result in high initial echo density, and low settings cause low initial density. As the performance pauses, the delay signal level returns to its normal setting.

In a real-world situation, irregular walls cause high diffusion, while large flat walls cause low diffusion.

Declaration Of Conformity Date: This setup is ideal for use with programs using Cascade, Parallel, and Stereo routings see page 16 for more information about routings. The input signal is split into high and low-frequency bands. Frequency Selects the frequency range of mnaual from Hz to 10kHz the most common frequencies in which excessive sibilance occurs.