What do you do when an old reverb is still so popular after nearly 40 years? You update it and release it once again. The AMS RMX16 was the world’s first microprocessor-controlled, full-bandwidth digital reverberator and characterized an enormous number of seminal recordings from the 1980s onwards. Its designer’s love for music and experience in the aerospace industry meant it was way ahead of its time on release.
The Lexicon PCM 92 is quite likely the last high end reverb/effects processor we are ever likely to see come out of Lexicon sadly…Whether you require perfection on stage or the gold standard in the recording studio, the Lexicon PCM92 delivers the versatility and smooth, rich sound that is unmistakably Lexicon.
The Alesis Microverb 4 brought full bandwidth 18 bit effects processing to the masses at an incredibly low price, with limited editing and a mass of presets. While not as flexible as Alesis’s other models, such as the Quadraverb 4, the Alesis Microverb 4 offered good value for money a range of effects for the home recording musician.
The Quantec 2492 Yardstick room simulators are high-quality, digital sound processing devices based on the original 1982 QRS Room Simulation algorithm. The Quantec 2492 Yardstick is a stereo device equipped with2 digital AES3 input channels and 2 digital AES3 output channels.
Bricasti Design came along in 2007 and unleashed one of the greatest sounding reverbs of all time, the Bricasti Design M7, a stunning digital reverb. The Bricasti Design M7 provides the highest level of musicality and ease of control imaginable in a processor dedicated to the task of reverberation.
An artful blend of heritage and innovation, the Lexicon PCM96 Stereo Reverb/Effects Processor delivers 28 new and legendary Lexicon reverbs, delays and modulation effects straight into your DAW. Appearing for the first time in the new Lexicon PCM 96 are new Room and Hall algorithms, plus an assortment of new mono reverbs and effects.
The Lexicon MX300 is designed to be ultra-easy-to use in demanding live sound situations, as well as in the studio environment. Lexicon’s revolutionary MX200 and MX400 changed everything. The great sound of a hardware Lexicon reverb — plus the ability to put that power to work as part of your DAW workflow via plug-ins (32-bit only).
You want the rich, luscious sound that’s defined studio reverb for three decades: then you need a genuine Lexicon hardware processor like the MX400XL. But you also want the flexibility of programming high-quality effects right inside your DAW program…without bogging down your CPU or resorting to expensive processing cards.
You want the rich, luscious sound that’s defined studio reverb for three decades: a genuine Lexicon hardware processor. But you also want the flexibility of programming high-quality effects right inside your DAW program…without bogging down your CPU or resorting to expensive processing cards.
Whether you’re looking for raw processing power with instant front-panel access for live performance, or seeking rich, smooth and complex processing algorithms in the studio, Lexicon brings the best of both worlds together in the Lexicon MX200.