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LXP NATIVE REVERB BUNDLE
OWNER'S MANUAL

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    LXP NATIVE REVERB BUNDLE OWNER’S MANUAL...

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    You can tailor each plug-in to your preference or let Lexicon’s trained-ear professionals do the work for you. Place just one instance of the LXP Native Reverbs into your mix, and you will soon appreciate what distinguishes Lexicon from all others.

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    Congratulations and thank you for purchasing the LXP Native Reverb Plug-in Bundle, an artful blend of four illustrious Lexicon ® reverb plug-ins. With a history of great reverbs, the LXP Native Reverb Bundle includes the finest collection of professional factory presets available. Designed to bring the highest level of sonic quality and function to all of your audio applications, the LXP Native Reverb Bundle will change the way you color your mix forever.

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    Shape and Spread Manage User Presets Size (Reverb Size) User Preset Stored Location Spin Pro Tips Tap Slope Maximizing your machine Wander Reverb Tail Behavior The Algorithms LXP Chamber LXP Hall LXP Plate LXP Room Contents LXP Native Reverb Bundle...

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    For more information go to www.iLok.com.  Important! Your LXP Native Reverb Bundle will not work without an authorized iLok USB smart key inserted in your computer’s USB port!

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    When you load a Lexicon ® plug-in, the overall appearance may look something like the window below. You will notice that the Lexicon plug-in is embedded within a larger window provided by the DAW. Appearance will differ from host to host. First Look...

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    LXP Features Realtime Display Below is a visual map that displays the LXP Native’s main screen feature set. Three unique visualizations provide additional information regarding the reverb tail, In the example below we have instantiated the LXP Hall algorithm. frequency content, or impulse response to help shape your individual sound. This is explained in greater detail on pages 13–15.

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    Realtime Display window to change the view. Displays the list of presets within the selected category. Selecting a preset from the list will cause the preset to be loaded into the plug-in. Realtime Display First Look In Depth LXP Native Reverb Bundle LXP Native Reverb Bundle...

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    This display shows the signal as a single impulse response, the image moves to the in the rear. The image moves from right to left as it ages. left as it ages. In Depth In Depth LXP Native Reverb Bundle LXP Native Reverb Bundle...

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    You can create a custom set of Parameter Knobs by clicking the Soft Row Navigation Button, as described on page 19. Parameter Knobs In Depth In Depth LXP Native Reverb Bundle LXP Native Reverb Bundle...

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    Soft Row button available. Click the Soft Row button to bring up the Soft Row Assignment Buttons described on page 23. Navigation Buttons In Depth In Depth LXP Native Reverb Bundle LXP Native Reverb Bundle...

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    It gives you a chance to see what was changed. While in compare mode, the plug-in is not editable. Click Compare again to restore your edits. Reload Press this button to return the parameters to their original preset values. In Depth In Depth LXP Native Reverb Bundle LXP Native Reverb Bundle...

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    When you’re done, store it as a User Preset as described in the next section, and you’ll always be able to recall the preset with your customized Soft Row. Soft Row Parameter Name Soft Row Assignment Buttons “Soft Row” Navigation Button In Depth In Depth LXP Native Reverb Bundle LXP Native Reverb Bundle...

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    Each plug-in comes with a large complement of Factory Presets. These presets are grouped into categories (Medium Halls, Large Halls, etc.) that make it easier to find the sound you need. Category and Preset window Presets LXP Native Reverb Bundle...

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    ® preset selector to choose a preset from the drop-down menu. store presets with the Lexicon “Store” button (shown below), your presets are available to all DAWs on your machine. With only a little effort, you can also share them with other machines, even when going between Mac and PC.

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    Once you have the appropriate name, click the “Store” button and the preset will be saved. Click on a preset Click to edit name Click to replace Click Store to save Click to delete Presets Presets LXP Native Reverb Bundle LXP Native Reverb Bundle...

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    You may also notice that the behavior changes when the plug-in is inserted on an audio track, an instrument track or an aux track. Lexicon strives to ensure consistent algorithm behavior across multiple platforms, but some DAWs produce different results than others.

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    960L Multi- or automobile, Lexicon is part of the listening experience. channel Digital Effects System and process that brings these recordings the PCM96 series Reverb/Effects to life.

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    You’ve just received a package with four plug-ins, each one controlling a different algorithm. The following pages describe each algorithm in some detail, in order to help you make informed decisions about which algorithm to use in any scenario. The Algorithms LXP Native Reverb Bundle...

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    The randomized reverberant tails make the LXP Chamber algorithm an indispensable tool in your soundcrafting toolbox. The Algorithms The Algorithms First Look The Algorithms LXP Native LXP Native LXP Native Reverb Bundle Reverb Bundle Reverb Bundle LXP Native...

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    LXP Hall The highly acclaimed Lexicon ® Hall reverb algorithm has regularly been used by live sound and recording engineers because of their exceptional ability to reproduce the musical ambience of a large, wide, panoramically wonderful space. A hall is the principal venue for classical ensembles, but has proven to be useful for all types of music.

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    The Plate sound is what many people associate with the word reverb, and it is useful for all popular music. The Algorithms The Algorithms The Algorithms LXP Native LXP Native Reverb Bundle Reverb Bundle LXP Native...

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    Post-production: Small rooms, dialog replacement, foley, exteriors. Music and broadcast: Voice-over booths, drum rooms, various dark and bright small rooms, simple effects. The Algorithms The Algorithms The Algorithms LXP Native LXP Native Reverb Bundle Reverb Bundle LXP Native Reverb Bundle...

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    The following pages explain the algorithm parameters you can edit in the LXP Native Reverb Plug-ins. Note that sometimes parameter names are abbreviated when they appear on-screen, and they may have prefixes indicating what channel they control (i.e. Level may appear as RightInLvl). The Parameters LXP Native Reverb Bundle...

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    Controls all echo voices in the algorithm. Each echo feedback has its nominal This parameter acts as a master control for any early signals going to the output gain adjusted by this percentage. channels. Early signals include echoes and reflections. The Parameters The Parameters LXP Native Reverb Bundle LXP Native Reverb Bundle...

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    This is used to create a little separation between the wet and dry signals, in turn creating greater clarity in the mix. This parameter is used to scale all reflection times at once. The Parameters The Parameters LXP Native Reverb Bundle LXP Native Reverb Bundle...

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    In some ways, it represents the opposite end of the Spread = 20% Spread = 0% Spread = 75% scale from BassRT, and may be considered an analog of air absorption. The Parameters The Parameters LXP Native Reverb Bundle LXP Native Reverb Bundle...

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    Typically, these values should be smaller for plates and chambers or for very small rooms. But it’s always best to listen with the material you’re using. The Parameters The Parameters LXP Native Reverb Bundle LXP Native Reverb Bundle...

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    Questions or comments? Visit us at www.lexiconpro.com ©2010 Harman International, Inc. All rights reserved. Lexicon is a registered trademark of Harman International, Inc. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners. All features and specifications are subject to change.

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