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Re: lexicon vortex

lots of stuff on the loopers delight site about this, check it

search the archives too and you'll find a bunch of threads
mentioning it.

but basically, it's a 1U dual processor with a bunch of wack
delay/pitch based weirdo effects, which are cool enough by
themselves, especially with pedal control over parameters (only
one at a time tho, unfortunately, ob la di).  however, one of
it's big claims to fame is an architecture that allow you to
morph between two different (or the same, with different
paramter settings) effects.  this isn't a simple cross-over, it
actually interpolates between the two sets of parameters.
really wack.  kind of a noisy box and no midi, but those are
really my only gripes.  and i don't think the noise issue is
universal.  i've heard a number of similar observations, but
i've also heard a couple people say they don't have this
problem.  oh, and it's out of production, but some service (3rd
party?) might still be available, although i've never really had
to look yet.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jimmy Fowler" <jimfowler@prodigy.net>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2002 9:02 AM
Subject: lexicon vortex

> what exactly does the vortex do, sound-wise?
> jim