Lexicon's highest quality reverbs in a compact, affordable package with a powerful interface which allows both easy access and a wealth of programming capabilities for the sound
designer. All of the features of the acclaimed PCM 90 are included, plus full AES/EBU I/O, new Dual Reverb algorithms, and new presets with dynamic spatialization effects for 2-channel or surround applications. All of the Dual Reverb algorithms and presets (available for the PCM 90 on a PC card) are built into the PCM 91.
450 presets provide sounds for real-world applications - and a unique KeyWord search and sort function allows you to find the preset you want fast. A PCM CIA card slot allows you to store your own programs on memory cards.
- All of the features of the PCM 90 PLUS built-in Dual Reverb
- AES/EBU and S/PDIF I/O
- 15 Algorithms: 5 Stereo and 10 Dual Reverb
Preset programs; 100 User
- Dynamic spatialization effects for 2-channel or surround applications
- Lexicon's "greatest hits" - reverb algorithms of the last decade
including Random Hall, Random Ambience, Rich Plate, Concert Hall and
Analog I/O- XLR and 1/4" inputs and outputs
I/O- S/PDIF and AES/EBU
Search: Allows quick, intelligent search of the presets by application
(i.e. vocals, drums etc.) or alphabetical order
front panel Adjust knob is automatically attached to one or more of
the parameters you're likely to want to change in each factory tailored
preset. This allows immediate modification of each preset in real time
without ever going into the Edit mode.
and Go Modes: Go mode gives you access to as many as ten hand-picked
parameters for any particular preset. Pro Mode allows full access to
an Edit Matrix of as many as a hundred parameters.
than 110dB of Dynamic Range
Lexichip Architecture- These are our own propietary microprocessors,
custom designed by our own chief scientists to meet Lexicon's rigorous
Card Slot for software updates and user-edited preset and system set
Factory Presets and 100 Internal User registrations are standard. .
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