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News Lexicon MPX Native Reverb Plug-in

Software algorithmic reverb from Lexicon belonging to the MPX series

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The MPX Native Reverb Plug-in iq a single polymorphic plug-in with seven different reverb types and about one hundred studio presets.

 

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The MPX Native Reverb Plug-in can be used within DAWs such as Pro Tools, Logic, Nuendo or any other RTAS, AudioUnit, or VSTcompatible host.

 

Features at a glance:

  • Classic Lexicon reverb algorithm
  • 100 studio presets
  • Artist presets
  • Formats designed to work in any VST, Audio Unit or RTAS compatible DAW
  • ser Interface designed to allow for set up by showing all parameters on one screen
  • Graphical real-time visualization designed to illustrate full spectral intensity
  • Presets can be stored in a DAW-independent format that can be transferred between DAWs
  • Input and output meters for assessment of audio levels
  • Multi-platform compatibility (Windows 7, Vista and XP; Mac OS X 10.5 or 10.6)
  • iLok2 required

 

For more details, check out Lexicon Pro.

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