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Lexicon MX400 Multi Efects Rack Unit Reviews
The first unit I got was malfunctioning but I had great support from Dolphin music and Lexicon and they shipped me a new one that works fine.
I do computer based music so I will focus more on that.
I\'ve used a few software verb plug-in, like UAD 2 Realverb, ableton reverbs, reverbs included in protools etc. but nothing I\'ve tried sounds as good as this. It is not an obvious difference in creative FX but in natural sounding reverbs, it does make a difference. Reverb is a complex and CPU demanding effect so itâ€™s probably the first effect you would want to go \"hardware\" with.
The Lexicon MX400 has two processors (A and B) so you can have two different effects running at the same time. I usually use a natural verb on a return track for mixing purposes, without plug-in, and free the other processor to use in creative effects, like chorus or delays. The plug-in allows for quick loading of presets (factory and user).
I use SPDIF connections an XLR and I get excellent sound quality, zero noise. The plug-in and standalone is great, you can quickly jump between presets and save your own presets. Itâ€™s possible to automate parameters from the DAW. This means full hardware/software integration. The USB connection is stable and the plug-in doesnâ€™t load the CPU.
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