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Publié le 11/19/09 à 17:00
I wasn't really involved with the installation process concerning the Lexicon Lexiverb as it was already installed on the system that I used it on.  In my time using it I can't say that I've had any issues at all with it as it has run flawlessly without errors.  The interface of the plug-in is user friendly even though there is a decent amount going on with it.  It has the standard reverb parameters like predelay and mix, and also contains some unorthodox parameters like diffusion and spin.  While it wouid take too long to list all of the parameters that this plug-in has to offer, after only playing around with the plug-in for a few minutes I was able to figure out pretty much what everything does.  I haven't seen or had direct access to the manual, so I can't really say anything about it.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I can't say that I've ever had an issues running the Lexicon Lexiverb plug-in.  While it doesn't take up too much processing power, I still use in on an auxiliary channel to save processing space as this is what I do with all reverb plug-ins.  I have run the plug-in on a Pro Tools HD system that runs on an Apple G5 computer and a Digidesign 192 I/O interface.  I'm able to run this plug-in on this system without problems every time as the HD system is very powerful, but this could be a different story if you are running an LE system or an equivalent to it.  The plug-in's performance really all depends on what type of system you are running it on.


OVERALL OPINION

The sounds that are possible with the Lexicon Lexiverb are extremely versatile as I would say that this is probably its best quality.  All of the unique parameters add up to the possibility to get some pretty awesome tones.  This being said you can definitely get some more traditional reverb sounds in addition to the stranger ones.  The sounds on this plug-in aren't the warmest sounding reverbs that I've used, but this is to be expected from a company that works in the digital domain and from plug-ins in general.  This isn't the most cheaply priced plug-in, but the price is reasonable and is definitely an option for both home and professional studio owners.  I'd definitely recommend this plug-in to someone looking to get a great reverb plug-in.
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