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Select the desired controller lexucon one of the following methods: The printed edition of the user guide is in English only. These programs contain two delays.

Program Descriptions Room Programs “Adjust” Page of Go. Controls the lexcion at which the compressor responds when input signals increase above threshold. Page 59 MPX In all delay programs and dual programs, the unit uses the MstrDly parameter to scale delay times that are not controlled by Tempo.

The first is controlled by tempo and generally used to create longer delays and echoes. Set the Mix parameter to Wet to achieve the full effect of these programs. Turn the desired EDIT knob manal press the desired button on the front panel.

Bypass MPX 4. The front panel display will indicate the current patch on the selected control.


The unit accepts inputs at Output Level, the first System Mode parameter, will be displayed. This procedure cannot be executed when a User program is running or when the System Mode parameter Memory Protect is set to Enabled.

Decay time was set to instant, while hold time varied duration and sound.

MPX program banks are ordered numerically from 0 to 27, beginning with the Plate Bank. Page 17 About the MPX Front Panel Display It is also calibrated in 2dB increments per pixel.

To use this program, note the following: The parameter setting defines the maximum increase in signal level due to expansion. Stereo Stage Stereo Stage provides stereo reverb while preserving the dry signal. Res 1, 2 In Chorus programs, control the amount of feedback signal. Press the front panel Edit Pages button to cycle through available Edit Pages for the loaded program.

When a delay parameter setting is changed, the graphics pictured below appear. The Mono Split routing configuration is illustrated on page Page 52 Tremolo is essentially a rhythmic effect. Peak Expansion Meter Indicates the level of peaks above the peak expansion threshold.

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Setting Audio Levels System Mode. MstrRate In Rotary programs, serves as a master rate control affecting both the horn and drum rates. Page 21 MPX 4. Higher settings increase the level of expansion applied. The message “Knob 3 to change” will appear at the top of the front panel display to indicate that EDIT knob 3 is now lexiicon to adjust tempo. When set to Dry, the digital output is the input.


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MPX Section 3: Maximum expansion is applied to signals that rise well above the expansion threshold for longer than 50ms. The other effect e.

The second is set manually with the Delay parameter, and can be used to create a “slap” With all delay and echo effects, note the way the repeats fall rhythmically to the beat.

High settings can cause signal overload. When the MPX is patched into a console, this parameter should almost always be set to Wet. Program Change Messages presets and 64 user programs. In addition to general instrumental and vocal applications, the Hall programs give separately recorded tracks a sense of belonging to the same performance. When set within a range of 1 to 16, the unit responds to messages sent on the selected MIDI channel. Page 56 Set the Mix parameter to Wet to achieve the full effect of these programs.

Comments to this Manuals Your Manhal. Page 45 Single Programs System Toggles between activating and deactivating System Mode.

Basic Operation Selecting and Loading Programs Page 5 MPX Section 3: