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Lexicon PCM Native Reverb Plug-In Bundle

Software algorithmic reverb from Lexicon belonging to the PCM series

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Published on 04/05/10 at 09:54
Installation without problem under Windows XP and / or Seven 32-bit. In fact, each algorithm is a plug plugs or 7 in total, not very handy when you want to change algo en route. The graphical interface is large and clear. Coupled with a BCF2000 controller or a touch screen you end up with a remote LARC dedicated to large Lexicon reverb unit with seamless integration into the DAW and full automation. It's beautiful.


SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The plug is obviously a pure porting algorithms legendary brand: robustness - no crash, code efficiency - low power consumption CPU. While our small portable dual-core powerhouses are facing the old rack of a 480L (and no noise please!), But above all we must recognize the expertise of Lexicon in digital processing: c is beautiful and well written. We just take the comparison of AudioEase Altiverb, the CPU load is well above and with a latency of 512 samples or PCM is not only displays Native 32. So perfect for real time and live and no problem to open multiple instances (imagine a rack of 8 x 480L!).

OVERALL OPINION

Used for several weeks, she finally replaces all my other synthetic reverbs. By bringing the best algorithm ever written on computer hardware, Lexicon is largely over (in terms of price, too). Whatever the algorithm chosen, the sound is fantastic, an incredible natural. Unlike convolution reverbs, the setting is very complete and really helps sculpt the space according to their desires and times of extreme reverb. Everything that happens in this spring described plug, ventilated, it is so beautiful, I feel I have changed pair of ear!

In short, this plug plus a small convolution reverb (like Altiverb) in a corner of your hard drive and the Holy Grail reverb. It is no appeal, there is nothing better after that.
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