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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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«  Excellent but .. »

Published on 05/05/11 at 02:01
Single user, and thus put the note takes into account the views of my two predecessors, and the owners of the studios where I worked with and of course the software.
In fact, it is absolutely not a personal opinion ..

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The performance of this software reverb are very good and the computer does not seem to suffer from its use prohibitive cpu and it's obviously a very good thing. Lexicon did a great job ..

OVERALL OPINION

Met and therefore used quite often in the studio this software is really excellent, the reverbs are very nice and pleasant. We find out the character Lexicon, but do not expect to find the grain of the old models like the 224, 200, 480 etc. .. in direct comparisons and in-situ, it is even quite remote and particularly with the 224 L and 480 L. He must know that the rendering of a reverb that is not contained in single algorithm, and the "hard" these old models contributes greatly ..
To conclude, it is undoubtedly one of the best software reverb that I have ever used, although I find the ergonomics a tad disturbing at first used as explained by madien ..
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