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32 legendary effects with 99 factory and 99 user presets plus dual-processor power; instant front-panel access...
Combines an intuitive front panel design with Lexicon's "Hardware Plug-In" technology, a unique USB...
4-channel unit with intuitive interface and hardware plug-in function through USB and VST/AU interface....
Save your RAM for virtual instruments and get world-class Lexicon reverb to boot!
Add some vintage warmth to your mixes. The 5042, winner of the 2006 TEC award for signal processing hardware,...
Re-creates the legendary reverb algorithms of the Eventide SP2016 and goes far beyond them!
True pro effects with huge brain power, awesome I/O, and computer-based editing.
Music producers and audio engineers are always dreaming up new and inventive ideas. But in order to turn those dreams into realities, even the most famous studio composers need equipment that was built with their aspirations in mind. In the modern recording setup, you'd be hard-pressed to find a studio that isn't decked out with a multi effects processor. And within this catalog, you'll find plenty of multi effect processor options to help give you a finished product that's more than worthy of sharing with the world.
From reverb and chorus to distortion, tremolo and flangers, today's multi effects processors are jam packed with all kinds of useful effects, and many of the most well-known and trusted audio companies specialize in their own models. In fact, brands like Alesis, Mackie, and Yamaha each construct multi effects processors that can be easily found in live sound rigs and project studio racks all over the planet.
For a multitude of effects in one durable rackmount machine, the Lexicon MX200 Dual Reverb/Effects processor is a top seller. Featuring instant front-panel access for live performance, and rich, smooth processing algorithms for the studio, this processor is loaded with 32 legendary Lexicon effects, and also contains a USB, so it can be used as a software plug-in. Another popular choice is the Mackie SP260 2x6 loudspeaker system processor. Providing refined EQ, crossover, dynamics processing and system protection, this speaker processor also includes of five various operating modes that cover a wide array of systems. Compact and easy to use, the Mackie SP260 is perfect for all kinds of portable and permanent sound applications.
When you're bursting with creativity in the studio, it only makes sense to equip yourself with the necessary gear that can bring all of your ideas to life. So whether you're a hobbyist audiophile or have dreams of becoming the next Rick Rubin, there's no end to what you can aspire to when you're equipped with the right high-quality multi effects processor.