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Numbers 1 to 4 correspond to numbers 1 to 4 beneath the front panel display. Got it, continue to print. Low-level peaks are shown as one or two graduated bars. Triangle Linear ramp up and down.
Rate Controls modulation speeds. A-2 Declaration of Conformity. To print the manual completely, please, download it. Lexicon Off, Modern, Vintage.
Controls manua speed at which the compressor responds when input signals increase above threshold. See page for more information about the front panel display. This procedure cannot be executed when a User program is running or when the System Mode parameter Memory Protect is set to Enabled.
Either may be kanual. Delay receives input from the right channel only and sends output to the right channel only. Don’t show me this message again. In addition to general instrumental and vocal applications, the Hall programs give separately recorded tracks a sense of belonging to the same performance.
Page 21 MPX 4. System Toggles between activating and deactivating System Mode.
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If the System Mode parameter Mix Mode is set to Enter text from picture: In Ambience programs, Decay controls the length of the ambience “tail”.
Page 52 Tremolo is essentially a rhythmic effect. MstrRate In Rotary programs, serves as a master rate control affecting both the horn and drum rates.
The clean reverberation of Hall programs is designed to add spaciousness without altering source material. See page for more information. The most effective delay and echo patterns are those that lock with the tempo of the music. Disabled, the unit ignores Learned Patches, preventing accidental changes. The compressor sits in the wet component of the signal in front of the effects in the loaded program.
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CmpRatio Sets the ratio of leicon reduction for input signals above threshold. Program Descriptions Room Programs “Adjust” Basic Operation Selecting and Loading Programs Do not return the unit to Lexicon, Inc.
Page 5 MPX Section 3: When a delay parameter setting is changed, the graphics pictured below appear. More information about using this advanced feature with the MPX and other Lexicon products is available at www.
When dumped back, the System Mode settings and Learned Patches will take effect immediately. See the table at the right for additional bank numbers. Front Panel Overview 3. However, it includes 64 memory locations available for storing user-modified programs. The second is set manually with the Delay parameter, and can be used to create a “slap” The value indicates the maximum output level of the left or right npx, whichever is greater. The parameter setting defines the maximum increase in signal level due to expansion.
Comments to this Manuals Your Name. Its mix level will reflect the current setting of the Mix parameter. Page 85 Controls the speed at which the compressor responds when input signals increase above threshold.
High-level peaks are shown as three solid bars. Audio tap is a must for live performances. The MPX is a true stereo, dual-channel processor with bit internal processing, analog-to-digital conversion, and digital-to-analog conversion. Program Change Messages presets and 64 user programs. Settings are defined as follows: Page 89 Parameter Descriptions Mix controls the ratio of unprocessed Dry and processed Wet signal in the output.
Press the front panel Store button to execute mlx procedure and return the User Bank to its factory-default condition. Res 1, 2 In Chorus programs, control the amount of feedback signal.
High settings can cause signal overload.