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Lexicon Professional reserves the right to make changes in design or make addi- tions to or improvements upon this product without incurring any obligation to install the same additions or improvements on products previously manufactured. Quick Start MX 6.
To increase or decrease the amount of effect on the signal, adjust the Aux Send level on the channel that you want affected. Range is from —24dB, —12dB, —6dB, and 0dB. Input Knob Controls input gain of the stereo inputs. The Front Panel MX 9. Store Used to store or copy programs to the same or different user memory locations. System Accesses the System global setup menus.
Bypass Pressing this button bypasses or mutes the currently selected program.
The Rear Panel MX 7. If only a single plug is connected to the Left input, the signal can be split and sent to both the Left and Right input paths by selecting Analog Mono L in the Input Source section of the System Menu. The following setups explain how the MX should be connected and which routings apply for your specific effects processing needs. Connecting the MX MX signal. This setup is ideal for programs using Cascade, Parallel, and Stereo routings see page 16 for more information about routings.
A single input source is fed into the MX and output as a mono signal. This setup is ideal for use with programs using Cascade, Parallel, and Stereo routings see page 16 for more information about routings. The digital output on the MX is always active and will always mirror its analog output counterpart. Choose a program by rotating the Program knob. The selected program number flashes in the Program Display until loaded. The Factory or User light next to the Program Display lights to indicate whether a Factory or User program is selected.
Using the MX Fig. Programs using routing 5 – Stereo have several other parameters that can be modified from the Edit Effect menus.
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Editing From the Program Display Manuao the program you want to edit and load it using the Program knob. This will enter the Program Edit menus. Change Effect 2 is selected in our example. Typically, reverbs and delays are used in parallel, compressors and de-essers in serial, and modulated effects can be used in either configuration, depending on the desired application. Effects Descriptions MX Hall Reverbs – Stereo small hall, large hall, vocal hall, drum hall A Hall reverb is designed to emulate the acoustics of a concert hall — a manuak large enough to contain an orchestra and an audience.
Whereas a normal reverb has the loudest series of reflections heard first that then become quieter over time, the Reverse reverb has the softest reflections essentially the tail of the reverb heard first, and then grows louder over time until they abruptly cut off.
High settings of Diffusion result in high initial echo density, and low settings cause low initial density. In a real-world situation, irregular walls cause high diffusion, while large flat walls cause low diffusion.
For drums and percussion, try using higher Diffusion settings. ER Level Adjusts the level of early reflections within the reverb. Feedback Delay Changing this parameter changes the resonant frequencies of Plate reverb.
Feedback Level Adjusts the Plate reverb’s presence and prominence. Boing This is a unique parameter to the Spring reverb, designed to increase or decrease the amount of spring rattle that ,exicon a physical characteristic of spring tank reverbs. Effects Descriptions Ducker Level Ducker Level lexcon the md300 you want the delay to be heard at when signal is present. This ,x300 attenuation up to 18dB of the delay signal while a performer is singing or playing to help provide intelligibility.
As the performance pauses, the delay signal level returns to its normal setting. Frequency Selects the frequency range of compression from Hz to 10kHz the most common frequencies in which excessive sibilance occurs. The higher the selected value, the tighter the bandwidth, and less apparent the de-essing effect is.
Effects Descriptions MX modulaTed effeCTs Chorus – Stereo Chorus creates a lush, full sound by combining two or more signals together where one is unaffected and the other signals vary in pitch very slightly over time.
Chorus is commonly used to fatten up tracks and to add body to guitars without coloring the original tone. Effects Descriptions The Rotary effect is modeled after a Leslie-style cabinet.
The input signal is split into high and low-frequency bands. The rotation effect is created by a synchronized com- bination of llexicon shifting, tremolo, and panning. Effects Descriptions MX PreDelay Determines the amount of offset between the two signals that create the flange effect. Lower values create a lexucon effect, higher values result in a more extreme “whoosh- ing” sound. Waveform Selects the wave pattern used by the modulated effect.
Phase Controls whether amplitude or depth change occurs in both left and right outputs simul- taneously or alternates between left and right outputs.
Changes made to these settings affect all programs. Press the System button to access these menus. The MX offers three different input sources to select from: Consult the technical guides that came with the equipment you will be connecting the MX to so as determine which output level should be selected.
The Tempo button on the front panel will be disabled while these messages are being received. Double-click on the MX MX-Edit gives you all the same control and functionality as the MX front panel, with the exception of Input control and System functions. Type in the new name and press Enter to save the change. Since the Factory programs can never be over-written, you cannot store to nor rename a Factory program location.
Main Mix Bus, just as you would any audio or plug-in effect. You can use the MX plug-in software just as you would any other plug-in: Session Recall, automation — Page of 60 Go.
Table of Contents Add to my manuals Add. Lexicon guitar effects processor user guide mpx g2 pages. Lexicon user guide digital effects processor pcm 80 pages. Declaration Of Conformity Date: Page 25 Effects Descriptions MX Mmanual Reverbs – Stereo small hall, large hall, vocal hall, drum hall A Hall reverb is designed to emulate the acoustics of a concert hall — a space large enough to contain an orchestra and an audience.
Page 30 Effects Descriptions Ducker Level Ducker Level is the level you want the delay to be heard at when signal is present. Modulated Effects Effects Descriptions MX modulaTed effeCTs Chorus – Stereo Chorus creates a lush, full sound by combining two or more signals together where one is unaffected and the other signals vary in pitch very slightly over time.
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