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DigiTech introduces BP355, Bass Multi-Effects Pedal

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DigiTech has introduced the BP355 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal, a modeling bass processor that offers bass players hundreds of sounds, amp and speaker cabinet models, effects and much more.

DigiTech BP355

Powered by DigiTech’s leading-edge AudioDNA®2 processor, the BP355 offers state-of-the-art modeling of 20 amps, 17 speaker cabinets and more than 70 different effects — distortion pedals, flangers, phasers, chorus pedals, envelope filters, compressors, delays, pitch shifters and more, including a selection of industry-standard Lexicon® reverbs and popular stompboxes. The BP355 includes 70 factory and 70 user presets, a Tone Library with 30 sounds and an Effects Library with 30 effects. A choice of 3-band or 4-band semi-parametric EQ enables precise tonal adjustment.

The DigiTech BP355 is ideal for practicing and rehearsing. It includes 60 CD-quality drum patterns, an audio input for a portable audio player, and a 20-second looper that players can play along with. It even has a built-in tuner.

All of the BP355′s sounds and functions are easily accessible via its straightforward control layout and three footswitches, and the BP355′s expression pedal enables on-the-fly control of volume, pitch, modulation speed and other parameters. The BP355 has a rugged, die-cast metal housing that stands up to on-stage use, while its USB connectivity and included Cubase® LE5 recording software and DigiTech X-Edit™ editing software make it perfect for home or studio recording.

The BP355 has a 1/4-inch input and 1/4-inch and XLR stereo outputs, an Amp/Mixer switch that enables connection to an amplifier or a PA system, a 1/8-inch external audio input, 1/8-inch headphones output and a USB jack. Its power supply is included. With the BP355, bass players have all the sounds they need to take center stage, with a pedal that offers more sounds, effects and versatility than ever.

The BP355 will be available in December 2010 at $309.95 USD suggested retail and $199.95 MAP.

More information: DigiTech

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Lexicon PCM Native Effect Plug-In Bundle, PCM96 effects in a plug-in

Lexicon PCM Native Effect Plug-In Bundle - Resonant Chords

Lexicon has announced the PCM Native Effects Plug-In Bundle, software package featuring the sounds of the PCM96 in a plug-in.

In a move that brings the sounds of its PCM96 Stereo Reverb/Effects Processor to more users than ever before, Lexicon today announced the introduction of its PCM Native Effects Plug-In Bundle. The new software package makes all the effects processing of Lexicon’s acclaimed PCM96 available as a plug-in that adds a wealth of inspirational new sounds to a user’s DAW that are not available anywhere else.

The PC- and Macintosh®-compatible PCM Native Effects Plug-In Bundle is designed to work with popular DAWs like Pro Tools and Logic, as well as with any other VST, Audio Unit or RTAS-compatible host.

PCM Native Effects Plug-In Bundle

  • Dual Delay – The PCM provides a comprehensive palette of delay effects, such as slap-back echo, tape echo and much more – all with complete control over delay time, mix, repeat and other parameters.
  • Random Delay – Builds upon the capabilities of Dual Delay with more voices and four LFOs (Low Frequency Oscillators) that control delay time with both familiar waveforms as well as random values and input levels.
  • Chorus/Flange – The available chorus, flanger and long multivoice delay enable everything from traditional flanger sounds to flangers that play far behind the beat for out-of-this-world effects.
  • Resonant Chords – This unique mode, first introduced in the Lexicon PCM70, allows multiple delay voices to be tuned to resonate on specific notes. The sonic result can be glistening chords, strange ringing delays or truly bizarre room sounds.
  • Pitch Shift – A multitude of mono and stereo pitch-shifting capabilities are available, from pitch correction in a mix to standout special effects.
  • Multivoice Pitch Shift – This is a multivoice delay algorithm with an independent pitch shifter on each voice. It can function as anything from a voice thickener, to multiple delays that can shift up or down while locked to tempo, to a “Seasick Room” preset that must be heard to be believed.

The PCM Native Effects Plug-In Bundle adds to these effects an all-new Stringbox algorithm, which provides the user with 88 virtual strings resonating according to the audio in. Several tuning and panning options are available, along with a virtual keyboard and randomizer, giving users the ability to create never-before-heard chords, melodies and room sounds.

The Lexicon PCM Native Effects Plug-In Bundle is Native only, and requires iLok authorization. It will be available in Jan 2011 at a suggested retail price of $1199.95 USD.

More information: Lexicon

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Relab Development LX480 Lite, digital reverb system now available

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Relab Development LX480 Lite

Relab Development has announced the release of LX480 Lite, a reverb effect plug-in which emulates the Random Hall algorithm from the Lexicon 480L.

LX480 LITE consists of the Random Hall and the Random Hall HD from the upcoming LX480 MK2 plugin. Lite is available for purchase right now, and will allow for an upgrade to the MK2 when it becomes available in the near future ($300 upgrade).

The Lexicon 480L is one of the all time most popular reverbs in music. The LX480 is capturing all the magic and nuances of this classic piece of equipment. Currently available for Audio Units and VST, with RTAS to follow in the near future.

LX480 Lite features

  • Faithfull recreation of the Random Hall algorithm from a well known hardware reverb.
  • Modeled input and output stages.
  • Additional exclusive features not found on and functions the original
    • Continuous controls.
    • Flexible Structures and Additional filtering for better sound shaping.
    • More ER delay lines.
    • Stereo manipulation.
  • Improved algorithms with higher density.
  • Quick and customizable display controls.

LX480 Lite is available to purchase as an effect plug-in for PC and Mac for $199 USD.

More information: Relab Development / LX480

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Lexicon ships LXP Native Reverb Plug-in Bundle

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Lexicon LXP Native Reverb Plug-in Bundle

Lexicon has announced that it has started shipping its LXP Native Reverb Bundle, a collection of Lexicon’s four most popular reverbs: Chamber, Hall, Plate and Room, with more than 220 of the most versatile and finely crafted studio presets from Lexicon’s vast library of sounds.

Specifically developed for artists, project and professional recording engineers, the LXP Bundle provides users with that unforgettable “Lexicon sound,” which delivers the clarity, depth and fullness that brings music to life by placing it in the perfect resonant space.

“Lexicon is thrilled to send out the first shipments of the LXP Native Reverb Plug-in Bundle to eager musicians and recording engineers,” stated President of HARMAN Music Group, Rob Urry. “Lexicon has an extensive history of creating the best reverb and effects processors and now has complimented them with the best software plug-ins available.”

The striking user interface is extremely intuitive. It enables the user to easily access the most logical parameters from a customizable top level, while also providing the ability to transition deeper into the algorithm to edit a full matrix of parameters. Presets can be saved in a DAW independent format, which makes it straightforward for a user to take personalized presets with them to any studio. To help shape the individual sound, a multi-dimensional, real-time display offers three different views to provide additional information into the reverb tail, frequency content or impulse response.

LXP Native Reverb Plug-in Bundle features

  • 4 classic Lexicon reverb plug-ins.
  • Over 220 finely-crafted studio presets.
  • Intuitive user-interface provides easy access to key parameters.
  • Multi-platform compatibility (Windows 7, Vista, XP; Mac OS X 10.4, 10.5, 10.6).
  • Graphical real-time display illustrating the frequency stages of each algorithm.
  • Formats that work seamlessly in any VST®, Audio Unit™ or RTAS® compatible DAW.
  • Full parameter control and automation.
  • Graphical real-time display illustrates the reverb tail, frequency content and impulse response.
  • Presets can be stored in a DAW-independent format that can easily be transferred to a different DAW.
  • Input and output meters for quick assessment of audio levels.
  • iLok authorized.

The LXP Native Reverb Plug-in Bundle is available to purchase for PC and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS), for a suggested retail price of $749 USD. A free 14-day trial of the plug-in is available to download from the Lexicon website (requires iLok).

More information: Lexicon / LXP Native Reverb Plug-in Bundle

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Eric Beam releases Reverb 480 for Nebula

Eric Beam Reverb 480

Eric Beam has released Reverb 480, a collection of programs for Acustica Audio Nebula.

Goal = capture Nebula programs from the 480 reverb.

The 480 is no-doubt the most coveted & widely used reverb in the industry. The reverb most others are judged by.

Reverb 480 for Nebula features

  • A continually growing collection of Factory & User defined programs. Currently available:
    • 480 Fat Plate
    • 480 Thin Plate
    • 480 Large Hall
    • 480 Med Hall
    • 480 Med Room
    • 480 Sm Wd Room
  • Captured via the LFI-10 @ maximum samplerate & 24bit word-length.

The Reverb 480 for Nebula programs are available to purchase for $3 USD each.

More information: Eric Beam / Reverb 480 for Nebula

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Lexicon announces LXP Native Reverb Plug-in Bundle

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Lexicon has announced LXP, a native reverb plug-in bundle for Windows and Mac.

For over 35 years Lexicon® has been recognized as the gold standard of digital reverb and effects processing and has continuously introduced leading-edge technology for the audio industry. The LXP Native Reverb Plug-In Bundle offers outstanding sound at a very attractive price. These cross-platform plug-ins operate within popular DAWs like Pro Tools®, Logic®, Cubase® and any other VST®, Audio Unit™ or RTAS® compatible platform.

This powerhouse bundle delivers 4 signature Lexicon reverb plug-ins with over 200 of the most versatile and finely-crafted studio presets. Designed to bring the highest level of sonic quality and function to all your audio applications, the LXP Native Reverb Bundle will take center stage in your DAW.

Lexicon LXP

Lexicon LXP features

  • 4 legendary Lexicon Reverbs.
  • Over 200 brilliantly-crafted studio presets.
  • Multi-platform compatibility (Windows XP, Vista, and 7; Mac OSX 10.4, 10.5, 10.6, PowerPC and Intel).
  • Formats that work seamlessly in any VST, Audio Unit, or RTAS compatible DAW.
  • Graphical real-time display illustrating the frequency stages of each algorithm.
  • Presets can be stored in a DAW independent format which allows custom presets to be transferred between any DAWs.
  • Full parameter control and automation.
  • Input and output meters for quick assessment of audio levels going to and from the reverb.
  • iLok authorized.

LXP will be available to purchase for PC and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS) in May 2010.

More information: Lexicon / LXP

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Lexicon now shipping PCM92

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Lexicon PCM92

Lexicon has announced it is now shipping the PCM92, a stereo reverb/effects processor.

The PCM92 utilizes the latest DSP technology and the finest collection of classic Lexicon algorithms to offer the ultimate processor for live sound and studio applications. Delivering 28 mono and stereo reverbs, delays, and modulation effects, flexible routing configurations, and a comprehensive library of over 1,200 factory presets, the PCM92 represents the most advanced audio processor in its class.

PCM92 features

  • 28 Lexicon® studio-standard reverbs, delays, and modulation effects.
  • Comprehensive collection of over 1,200 finely crafted factory presets, including recognizable classics from Lexicon’s immense library of sounds.
  • Lexicon’s flexible Room algorithm used to generate a vast array of room-related effects for music and post.
  • Multi-voice pitch shift to enhance vocals.
  • Mono and stereo versions of all algorithms.
  • Full system configuration and control with HiQnet System Architect™.
  • 44.1 to 96 kHz sample rate, 32-bit floating point processing.
  • Two channels balanced analog I/O (XLR and 1/4″).
  • Two channels XLR digital AES/EBU I/O.
  • External BNC Word Clock.
  • MIDI in, out and thru.
  • Ethernet connectivity.
  • Foot controller inputs make it easy to change presets and adjust parameters during live performances.
  • High-resolution OLED display is easy to read in all light conditions.

The PCM92 has a suggested retail price of US $2,699.00 and is now available at authorized Lexicon dealers.

More information: Lexicon / PCM92

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Lexicon introduces PCM92 Stereo Reverb/Effects Processor

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Lexicon has introduced the PCM92, a stereo reverb/effects processor.

Building on the legendary design of the venerable PCM81 and PCM91, and the breakthrough technology of the PCM96, Lexicon brings you the highly-anticipated PCM92 Stereo Reverb/Effects Processor.

This powerhouse processor delivers 28 new and legendary Lexicon reverbs, delays and modulation effects. Designed to bring the highest level of sonic quality and function to all of your audio applications, the PCM92 will take center stage in your Front-of-House rack as well as your recording suite.

Lexicon PCM92

PCM92 features

  • Lexicon® studio-standard reverbs, delays, and modulation effects.
  • Comprehensive library of over 700 finely crafted factory presets, including recognizable classics from Lexicon’s immense library of sounds.
  • Lexicon’s flexible Room algorithm used to generate a vast array of room-related effects for music and post.
  • Multi-voice pitch shift to enhance vocals.
  • Mono and stereo versions of all algorithms.
  • Full system configuration and control with HiQnet System Architect™.
  • 44.1 to 96 kHz sample rate, 32-bit floating point processing.
  • Two channels balanced analog I/O (XLR and ¼”).
  • Two channels XLR digital AES/EBU I/O.
  • External BNC Wordclock.
  • MIDI in, out, and thru.
  • Ethernet connectivity.
  • Foot controller inputs make it easy to change presets and adjust parameters during live performances.
  • High-resolution OLED display is easy to read in all light conditions.

The PCM92 will be available in November 2009 for a suggested retail price of $2699 USD.

More information: Lexicon / PCM92

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