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Vortex, Multi-Effects Processor from Lexicon.

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  • Manufacturer: Lexicon
  • Model: Vortex
  • Category: Multi-Effects Processors
  • Added in our database on: 02/03/2009

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Lexicon Vortex user reviews

jonfire03/17/2014

jonfire's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Lexicon Vortex
there are only modulations and delays
the principle is to synchronize the effects on the BPM of incoming audio, but not midi but on analyzing the incoming signal;
there are two banks, A and B, and you can switch from one to another via a footswitch or hand, and it's pretty cool in mind start leslie or rupture;
there are effects that necessarily use a stereo input signal, and so we will lose a lot if you plugged the beast on the console;

UTILIZATION

it is easy to use, efficient enough, the device takes 1-2 seconds to sync for use on repetitive music so;
must exaggerate the settings to hear what each preset offers, because they seem to all look a bit at the beginning (flanger, phaser, chorus, delays);
you can not change the location of each effect, the rest 12 12, it is editable but remains a flanger for example;
is programmed so each preset each bank A and B and then we can juggle a bank to another;
I programmed all the banks and I draw in to the urge: we do not spend hours programming the beast, the result is immediate

SOUND QUALITY

on synths, obviously it is for that, but on a guitar or bass that has its uses;
Machine brings tremendous relief it thickens the sound and soon becomes essential on synths, the chorus are great, but all presets provide something, it is a nice engine;

OVERALL OPINION

then we said here and there that the machine heats the signal in fact a modulation actually warms sound, except an icy flanger, but especially the bike has a bandwidth of 50 Hz to
12kHz, while with acute planed at this point, obviously, it sounds hot!
at the same time, this is the classic bandwidth modulation effect, so nothing serious and machine sounds great, and is the only company to offer this type of effects (dedicated processor), after I don ' 've never tried the modulations of a PCM80 or 81, perhaps she also offers such effects;
Here, I hope I did not forget anything!
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