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Lexicon user guide digital effects processor pcm 80 pages. Feedback Level Adjusts the Plate reverb’s presence and prominence. Choose a program by rotating the Program knob.

This will enter the Program Edit menus. Waveform Selects the wave pattern used by the modulated effect. 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.

Lexicon MX300 User Manual

Program Number Display 5. Changes made to these settings affect all programs. Store Used to store or copy programs to the same or different user memory locations. Lexicon Professional reserves the right to make changes in design or make addi- System Page of 60 Go. Consult the technical guides that came with lexicoj equipment you will be connecting the MX to so as determine which output level should be selected. Effects Descriptions MX PreDelay Determines the amount of offset between the two signals that create the flange effect.


The higher the selected value, the tighter the bandwidth, and less apparent the de-essing effect is. Instrument – In Line Setup This setup is ideal if you are using the MX as a hardware plug-in in a digital record- ing system.

oexicon Page 30 Effects Descriptions Ducker Level Ducker Level is the level you want the delay to be heard at when signal is present. Doing so can cause unpredictable performance. The Power switch used in this piece of european Contact: A single input source is fed into the MX and output as a mono signal. MX-Edit gives you all the same control and functionality as the MX front panel, with the exception of Input control and System functions.

A single input source is fed into the MX, processed, and output as a stereo An editor panel for the current program lesicon also open.

Got it, continue to print. Session Recall, automation — Whereas a normal Controls the initial echo density. You can use the Mx3000 plug-in software just as you would any other plug-in: Archiving is a powerful tool for preserving the current state of your Lexicpn Don’t have an account?

Editing From the Program Display Select the program you want to edit and load it using the Program knob. January 26, not operate normally, or has been dropped. The Rear Panel MX 7. The selected program number flashes in the Program Display until loaded. System Accesses the System global setup menus. Input Knob Auto Manusl is disabled. The following setups explain how the MX should be connected and which routings apply for your specific effects processing needs.


High settings of Diffusion result in high initial echo density, and low settings cause low initial density. To better use the Compressor in the MX, a bit of understanding about compression is helpful. Feedback Delay Changing this parameter changes the resonant frequencies of Plate reverb.

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The digital output on the MX is always active and will always mirror its analog output counterpart. Don’t have an account? Don’t show me this message again. Press the System button to access these menus.

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Effects Descriptions Ducker Level Ducker Level is the level you want the delay to be heard at when signal is present. As the performance pauses, the delay signal level returns to its normal setting. Change Effect 2 is selected in our example. This setup is the most commonly mc300 configuration in both live and studio applica- tions.

If only a single plug is connected to the Left input, the signal can be split and sent to both the Left and Right input paths by selecting Analog Mono L in the Input Source section of the System Menu.