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Output Level, the first System Mode parameter, will be displayed. Program Change Messages presets and 64 user programs. Lexicn Stage provides stereo reverb while preserving the dry signal.

MIDI Sysex messages can be used to access all algorithm parameters.

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Page Mono Split Configuration Do not return lexicob unit to Lexicon, Inc. Setting Audio Levels System Mode. Numbers 1 to 4 correspond to numbers 1 to 4 beneath the front panel display. Set the Mix parameter to Wet to achieve the full effect of these programs. See Section 3 for more information about System Mode.

Lexicon MPX 550 User Manual

The website offers lexickn, sample messages, and a complete table of parameter Sysex addresses. Page 17 About the MPX This procedure cannot be executed when a User program is running or when the System Mode parameter Memory Protect is set to Enabled.


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Disabled, the unit ignores Learned Patches, preventing accidental changes. Page 97 MPX 2. Page Voice Female Vocal Press the front panel Edit Pages button to cycle through available Edit Pages for the loaded program.

Chorus effects are also often combined with plates, echoes, and other reverb effects.

The Mono Split routing configuration is illustrated on page MPX FLANGE Flange effects were originally created by simultaneously playing back identical programs on two tape recorders, then using hand pressure against the flange of the tape reels to slow down first one machine, then the other.

The first is controlled by tempo and generally used to create longer delays and echoes. To store a program: Don’t have an account?

The MPX produces effects from either mono or stereo sources. Higher settings mqnual the level of expansion applied. With all delay and echo effects, note the way the repeats fall rhythmically to the beat. Page 54 Chorus effects are also often combined with plates, echoes, and other reverb effects. Page 85 Controls the speed at which the compressor responds when input signals increase above threshold.

Turn the desired EDIT knob or press the desired button on the front panel.

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Slightly higher peaks of longer duration are shown as three graduated bars. It can be used to match volume levels between the dry, bypassed, and compressed output obtained with typical music material.


System Mode System Mode Functions Sawtooth Linear ramp up with sudden reduction. Page 89 Parameter Descriptions Mix controls the ratio of unprocessed Dry and processed Wet signal in the output.

MPX In all delay programs and dual programs, the unit uses the MstrDly parameter to scale delay times that are not controlled by Tempo. HF Rlloff Sets the high-frequency cutoff of a low-pass filter.

Front Panel Overview 3.

CmpRatio Sets the ratio of gain reduction for input signals above threshold. Parameter Descriptions Mix controls the ratio of unprocessed Dry and processed Wet signal in the output.

If desired, turn EDIT knob 3 to further adjust tempo in bpm beats per minute. The result was a series of changing phase cancellations and reinforcements, with characteristic swishing, tunneling, and fading sounds. The number after the letter indicates the sample rate When set to Dry, the digital output is the input. The Gate programs provide a fairly constant sound with no decay until the reverb is cut off abruptly.

MPX program banks are ordered numerically from 0 to 27, beginning with the Plate Bank.