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Lexicon MPX-1

Multi-Effects Processor from Lexicon belonging to the MPX series.

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Lexicon MPX-1Published on 10/26/07 at 01:49
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I use the MPX1 for my acoustic guitar for its beautiful rverbs. I actually need help the programer because I'm a little Largu and I dteste Docs. Eg how-morphing between FX, how MIDI program pgm change, if I press the # 12 on my crankset twelve o'clock how to call the 203 eg in MPX1? I know it sucks, but I prefer to play guitar!
If anyone can respond to me that would be great.
Milesker (as they say in the Basque Country)

USE

Not

SOUND QUALITY

Yes, guitar ac.

NOTICE GLOBAL

15 days. Until now i was Rocktron for my guitars (el. Or ac.)
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" Better than plugins"

Lexicon MPX-1Published on 10/07/13 at 12:44
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Reverb effect mainly digital machines, but the good of the era with a clean Lexicon algorithms.

UTILIZATION

This is the logic of the Lexicon, must be manual at first.

SOUND QUALITY

I found for myself that the effects are relatively well, the reverbs are warmer than the plugins that I have used before.

I use it on all my projects on the snares and the voice in the overall mix to give depth.

OVERALL OPINION

I use about 6 months ago, I tried other models.
What I like most is that we found although this is not either the CFM models from Lexicon, the Lexicon reverb and quite honorable.
Used the price / quality ratio is really good, and yes with the same budget I would do......
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Reverb effect mainly digital machines, but the good of the era with a clean Lexicon algorithms.

UTILIZATION

This is the logic of the Lexicon, must be manual at first.

SOUND QUALITY

I found for myself that the effects are relatively well, the reverbs are warmer than the plugins that I have used before.

I use it on all my projects on the snares and the voice in the overall mix to give depth.

OVERALL OPINION

I use about 6 months ago, I tried other models.
What I like most is that we found although this is not either the CFM models from Lexicon, the Lexicon reverb and quite honorable.
Used the price / quality ratio is really good, and yes with the same budget I would do this choice.
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Lexicon MPX-1Published on 10/12/04 at 05:14
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Chain of six simultaneous effects that may have as we want to route, stereo, channel by channel, Stereo mix effect from the two inputs to mono for the use of two departures from auxiliary console for example, and a little extra that is the insertion of an effects (pitch, distortion, equa, tremolo, wah ... etc) in the feedback delay, dub, and vintage effect guaranteed!

the machine is very complete and goes far enough in certain settings to the choice of grain Vox or Crybaby Wah for her (you can assign the cut-off of the wah filter or resonant, the infield dal, envlop generator, an LFO, or MIDI controller with notes etc ... is unfortunately, a remainder of the emulation)

can control......
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Chain of six simultaneous effects that may have as we want to route, stereo, channel by channel, Stereo mix effect from the two inputs to mono for the use of two departures from auxiliary console for example, and a little extra that is the insertion of an effects (pitch, distortion, equa, tremolo, wah ... etc) in the feedback delay, dub, and vintage effect guaranteed!

the machine is very complete and goes far enough in certain settings to the choice of grain Vox or Crybaby Wah for her (you can assign the cut-off of the wah filter or resonant, the infield dal, envlop generator, an LFO, or MIDI controller with notes etc ... is unfortunately, a remainder of the emulation)

can control the settings via midi and there is even an arpeggiator (which can assign a sound generator and a distortion and resonant filter, for example, enough to make a synth solo tres original!)

The list of possibilities is too long ...

UTILIZATION

It has something for nothing and contrairemen TCelectronic machines, it is difficult to cope without the user manual but a faith we understand, it's not making too much a head twisted at times may . The tap tempo is set and can even take the average of blows taps.

SOUND QUALITY

The Lexicon reverbs sound good, more "demonstrative" but often heavier and less natural than a cel TCelectronic M-2000 for example, setting parameters are indeed quite different and the two complement each other really well nothing that at the level of reverb.

For other effects, the MPX-1 is rather forbids well especially at the possibilities of delay. The latance the Flanger difficilemen makes use of a fader to post that gives the impression of having a second flanger fix in addition to its flange.

The machine has a sound quite dynamic and well presented. This is a multi effect that alie character and quality which is remarkable for a camera in this class.

OVERALL OPINION

I lay for a week and I do not regret, I have already used on stage, and no bad surprises, everything went well. View the current rating, it's a great value for money.
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" A huge reservoir of creativity but a design could be improved."

Lexicon MPX-1Published on 07/17/11 at 04:45
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Brand renowned multi-effects can be chained to individual desires and needs a large number of effects (maximum five) from the six simultaneously up the MPX 1. Transposition tone, chorus, EQ, modulation, delay and reverb, finally. Lexicon in its wisdom provides an interactive front (they call it that). It is true that all the buttons that light up to indicate all available functions is a useful thing, unfortunately in practice this device it becomes a trap when it is handled. The implementation noon (vital for me) is very comprehensive and allows all the internal sources of control are re-issued as a message of control system continues. A built-in arpeggiator driver of sound generators......
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Brand renowned multi-effects can be chained to individual desires and needs a large number of effects (maximum five) from the six simultaneously up the MPX 1. Transposition tone, chorus, EQ, modulation, delay and reverb, finally. Lexicon in its wisdom provides an interactive front (they call it that). It is true that all the buttons that light up to indicate all available functions is a useful thing, unfortunately in practice this device it becomes a trap when it is handled. The implementation noon (vital for me) is very comprehensive and allows all the internal sources of control are re-issued as a message of control system continues. A built-in arpeggiator driver of sound generators noon and generates sound effects synchronized on this point it is a wonder!

UTILIZATION

A (very) long period of adaptation and understanding is needed to make the best use of its possibilities. The first days I used it and despite the manual which was on my lap I found myself as a real idiot in front of the screen, eyes wide and tongue hanging out and my brain boil (a big thank you to the Efferalgan passage). I could not see where I was made so the combinations of actions are huge and decked unfortunately ergonomics at least partially confusing and logic. Now and after having swallowed the whole flaquons "Cogitum" (plus I'm blonde) I feel better, but what a headache and I felt nunuche early! In fact I would say two words to those who have laid this woe interface that looks more like a torture for execice neurons as a real interface for normal users, ie humans. That day they had to have a grudge against the musicians is not possible otherwise!
In short, once the drugs have Cogitum acts on the metabolism of my brain, I became a real caver editing because in fact this unit we discover always a lot of editable parameters, whether temporal or frequency, and within and outside options more or less easy to associate with the already large library of parameters related to an effect in particular.

SOUND QUALITY

Side the sound quality is really good job against the MPX 1 in spite of all my efforts I never managed to get reflections approaching a little bit of another model that I like many, LXP 15. The reverberations are much drier, less oily, I do not know how to say. The fact is that multi-mode program there is a good camera, the effects of transpositions in height and corrections are really good, and delays are all great.

OVERALL OPINION

A multi-effect that is great! But why Lexicon's use flanged ergonomics so perfectible? I bought some on a whim, thinking back, and better, all the qualities that made all the fame of the LXP series with musicians. So much for the quality of its effects I'm not disappointed, as I remain in use on my hunger. This is clearly not a device designed for live, but I like it anyway, it is a huge reservoir of creativity because I found it no limit combination and programming. Finally I read in previous opinions that it was more or less compared to the M Tc electronic 2000 home, with this model also has its use is certainly simpler, but artistically the Lexicon is much more interesting, cons for s 'accountable do not give up and go through with its logic.


Sarah, a musician who has not hurt his head and not so silly it after all. Thank you to "Cogitum")
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  • Manufacturer: Lexicon
  • Model: MPX-1
  • Series: MPX
  • Category: Multi-Effects Processors
  • Added in our database on: 09/16/2002

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Other names: mpx 1, mpx1

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