Sunday Synth Jams: Skoulaman’s Fadingsnow.
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SignalToNoize has released a free set of Lexicon M200 impulse response samples.
The Lexicon M200 Impulse Set is donationware – download it and donate what you can if you use it.
2009 NAMM Show Preview: Lexicon has introduced a new line of sexy (at least for computer audio geeks!) USB Desktop Recording Interfaces.
The I-ONIX Series provides all the necessary tools to transform a computer into a professional 24-bit digital recording studio, including the USB 2.0 desktop recording interface, Steinberg Cubase LE4multi-track PC and Mac recording software, Toontrack EZdrummer Lite virtual instrument software, and the new Lexicon Pantheon II VST/AU reverb plug-in. Continue reading
A nice modular jam session from shadofac.
What’s nice about this video is that he avoids most of the common modular synth cliches that show up in a lot of YouTube jams.
Here’s the gear rundown:
Sounds by synthesizers.com modular controlled by Mobius sequencer controlled by MIDI keyboard, and Moog theremin. Effects by Electrix Filter Factory, Yamaha E1010 delay, Lexicon MPX500, and Line6 Bass POD. Beats by Korg ES-1. Audio sync and keyboard playing sucks.
Soundcraft has announced the extension of its multipurpose mixer range with three new FX models–the FX16ii, EFX and MFX–each featuring 32 Lexicon 24-bit digital effects.
The new models use the same AudioDNA processor found in many Lexicon and DigiTech outboard products, including the highly respected Lexicon MX500. The consoles also offer a user settings store function, three parameter controls, tap tempo and 32 effects presets. Continue reading
2007 NAMM Show: Lexicon introduced the MX300 Stereo Reverb Effects Processor. This new single rack-space, 2-in, 2-out unit combines an intuitive front-panel design with Lexicon’s “Hardware Plug-In” technology, a unique USB connection and VST/AU interface for use with software recording platforms.
Featuring a wide array of rich, complex reverb algorithms, delays, effects and dbx Professional Products dynamics, the MX300 is suited to the home studio or live use. Continue reading
2007 Winter NAMM Show: Lexicon introduced the MX500 FIREWIRE Dual Stereo / Surround Reverb Processor. This new single rack-space, 4-in, 4-out unit combines an intuitive front-panel design with Lexicon’s “Hardware Plug-In” technology with Lexistream- an audio streaming firewire technology and VST/AU interface for use with software recording platforms.
Featuring a wide array of rich, complex reverb algorithms, delays, effects and dbx dynamics, the MX500 is equally suited for the home studio or live use. The MX500 also offers an affordable entry into the world of surround applications. Continue reading