Lexicon has announced the introduction of its MPX Native Reverb Plug-In, bringing industry-standard Lexicon digital reverb to a wider range of users than ever before at a MAP (Minimum Advertised Price) of $199.00. The MPX Native Reverb Plug-In offers seven different Lexicon reverb types and more than 100 finely crafted studio presets, all accessible via an easy to use on-screen interface.
Rob Urry, V.P HARMAN Professional Division & G.M. of Signal Processing and Amplifier Business Units, told us, "For over 40 years Lexicon has been considered the ultimate in digital reverb, and the introduction of the MPX Native Reverb Plug-In brings home recordists and project studio owners the distinctive, richly detailed sound quality that only Lexicon can provide, at an attractive price point." The Lexicon MPX Native Reverb Plug-In offers seven classic Lexicon reverb types including Small Plate, Large Plate, Small Hall, Large Hall, Small Chamber, Large Chamber and Room. More than 100 studio presets are provided, including exclusive artists presets from and more.
The PC- and Macintosh-compatible MPX Native Reverb Plug-In Bundle is designed to work with popular DAWs like Pro Tools, Logic and Nuendo, as well as with any other VST, Audio Unit or RTAS-compatible host.
Its streamlined user interface provides ready access to key parameters with an intuitive layout of virtual knobs, buttons and menus. A color display provides real-time visualization of the frequency spectrum and a wide range of parameter adjustments are available, making it easy to fine-tune and personalize the reverbs, which can then be saved in a DAW-independent format and loaded into a different DAW. A Compare button allows instant comparison of presets and user-modified sounds.
Each reverb type can be run in mono, stereo or mono in/stereo out, and on-screen input and output meters are provided for precise level setting. The Lexicon MPX Native Reverb Plug-In Bundle is Native only, and requires iLok2 authorization.
Pricing and Availability:
Available in October 2011 at a MAP of $199.00.
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