Sonic State Studio / Effects Units / LEXICON MPX-1

Average rating: 9.1/10 out of 10

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Tone a hobbyist user from usa writes:
The best hands down! Affordable, and I see these go for 300 usa and less??? What are you crazy? lol the verbs are comparable to the pcms, the effects are beyond top notch, its such a musical addition!!The pitch shift is amazing on thus unit... Don't leave the studio or home without it!

posted Sunday, 24-May-09 at 21:34
Klodian Qafoku a Professional user from Albania writes:
I use MPX 1, it is fantastic, but the tap tempo (light pulsing )runs only delay presets. Wy the tap tempo do not open in reverbs preset? Please send me an answer.

posted Friday, 03-Nov-06 at 3:0
Rick a part-timer user from usa writes:
This effects processor is pretty cool. This is one of the few hardware pieces I have held onto and I am glad I have. It blows away most plugins and it's midi spec is fantastic. To really get great sounds, the presets should be edited to make perfect sense with the signal to be processed. The converters are damn good too.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Sunday, 04-Dec-05 at 19:23
JcK a part-timer user from Canada writes:
Well, I don`t know where to start but I`ll give it a try.

I don`t think theres any need to try and convince anyone that the sound quality is simply STUNNING! I am fairly new to this trade and felt I needed a quality studio effects unit. Boy I have no idea what I was getting into! I don`t think I deserve it at this point in time!

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Friday, 29-Nov-02 at 16:12
Mr.Ron a hobbyist user from UK writes:
Been using it now for some months, and I have to admit that I have my synths plugged into it more than my sampler. It seems to add another dimension when applied to synth sounds; after feeding my VX-90 through the MPX1's chorus there's no turning back.

The reverbs are flexible and clean and can be programmed to be realistic. The EQ blocks are very powerful, but also processor intensive. The pitch shift is certainly the best I've heard so far, but go beyond +/- two semi-tones and it wanders into the realms of special EFX.

Overall it is a very flexible and powerful tool for creating off-the-wall effects and realistic treatments. The problem is, if like me, you have lots of synths and samplers, you have to decide which one gets the Lexicon treatment.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Thursday, 10-Oct-02 at 5:57
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