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The PCM 91 Digital Reverberator offers Lexicon's
highest quality reverbs in a compact, affordable package with a
powerful interface which allows both easy access and a wealth of
programming capabilities for the sound designer. All of the features
of the a...
Full 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response for superior sound
REV5 sampling frequency has been increased to 44.1 kHz to
provide full, accurate frequency response from 20 Hz to 20 kHz.
This extra margin of reproduction precision means exceptionally
The Lexicon PCM80 is the successor to the highly popular PCM70.
Featuring many of the same algorithms and as well as new variations,
the PCM80 has become a fixture in studios around the world. I
originally purchased the PCM80 for use as my main reverb, bu...
The PCM 90 features a range of versatile high-quality reverberation
programs which derive their heritage from Lexicon's top-of-the-line
studio processors, the 480L and Model 300. Its unique dual-processor
architecture -- featuring two of Lexicon's proprie...
The VSS3-reverb technology inherent in the M3000 is an industry
standard. The M3000 has some of the best sounding, most versatile and
easy-to-use professional reverbs for music and film/post applications.
Combining ultimate control of directivity in the e...
The PCM70 is one of Lexicon's finest and most enduring digital
effects processors with a distinct personality and magnificent sound.
The PCM70 is an industry standard found in all the best studios and
often specified as first choice on equipment riders. T...
Eventide Harmonizers are expensive, but they do a lot besides
looping. The unit can be ordered either with 23.8 seconds mono (11.7
seconds stereo) or 95 seconds mono (47.5 seconds stereo) sampling
time. An internal sampler board has to be ordered for the...
Yamaha's design team has worked hard to make REV500 sound
great but remain affordable.
Easy to Use
A large custom LCD display and dedicated rotary controls
for the four most critical reverb parameters make REV500
extremely easy to use....
Reverb 4000 is also the first stereo Reverb capable of rendering
credible space onto two discrete sources, or to truly process a
composite stereo source. Utilizing the latest hardware technology and
software based upon 30 man-years of development, Reverb...
Based on Decades of Innovation For nearly thirty years, the world's
most accomplished engineers and producers have relied upon Lexicon for
their most critical music and sound productions. To satisfy these
discriminating media professionals and...