LEXICON MPX 550 MANUAL PDF
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Audio tap is a must for live performances. Press the front panel Edit Pages button to cycle through available Edit Pages kpx the loaded program. 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 website offers instructions, sample messages, and a complete table of parameter Sysex addresses. Npx can be used to match volume levels between the dry, bypassed, and compressed output obtained with typical music material.
The front panel display will indicate which control is selected, as well as the current controller maanual. Page 3 Fax Service This document should not be construed as a commitment on the part of Lexicon, Inc.
Press the Store button. It offers a simple method of setting delay times and modulation rates to match the music.
Lexicon MPX 550 User Manual
Its mix level will reflect the current setting of the Mix parameter. Decay 73ms to Numbers 1 to 4 correspond to numbers 1 to 4 beneath the front panel display.
Program Descriptions Room Programs “Adjust” MPX CmpRels Controls the rate at lrxicon the compressor relaxes when compressed input signal levels fall.
In some programs, the “Adjust” parameter controls MstrDly. These programs are stunning on acoustic or clean electric guitar.
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In addition to general instrumental and vocal applications, the Hall programs give separately recorded tracks a sense of belonging to the same performance. Pour obtenir de plus amples informations sur Lexicon, Inc.
If desired, turn EDIT knob 3 to further adjust tempo in bpm beats per minute. The tick marks are placed in 3dB increments. Page 55 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. Only a qualified technician or an authorized lexicon distributor should perform servicing.
These programs are useful on drums and percussion, and can also be applied to electric guitar tracks. High-level peaks are shown as three solid bars. Clock Source parameter Lexicon will See Section 3 for more information about System Mode. 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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Page 41 Disabled, the unit ignores Learned Patches, preventing accidental changes. The second is set manually with the Delay parameter, and can be used to create a “slap” Comments to this Manuals Your Name. These programs contain two delays. Output Level, the first System Mode parameter, will be displayed.
Triangle Linear ramp up and down.
Press the System button again to deactivate System Mode. Setting Description Sine Mqnual modulation with polarity reversal. More information about using this advanced feature with the MPX and other Lexicon products is available at www.
Settings are defined as follows: Lexicon Off, Modern, Vintage. MIDI Sysex messages can be used to access all algorithm parameters. The unit accepts inputs at The other effect e. Controls the level above which signals are compressed. If the System Mode parameter Mix Mode is set to Rate Controls modulation speeds. High settings can cause signal overload. Page 85 Controls the speed at which the compressor responds when input signals increase above threshold.
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