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Re: Lexicon MPX500=good loop mangler?


Did you ever check out the Lexicon MPX-1?


It seems to be your best bet this side of an


--- Mark Sottilaro <sine@zerocrossing.net> wrote:
> So here's my deal.  I'm looking for the "perfect"
> processor to put in 
> the stereo effects loop of my Repeater.  Since I
> know "perfect" doesn't 
> exist, I'll settle for less.  I'm thinking of the
> Lexicon MPX500.  
> Anyone with experience with that baby?
> Here's some of what I'd like to see:
> Stereo ins and outs a must.
> Line level operation a must.  (getting the levels
> right for the Vortex 
> was a bitch)
> MIDI synchable effects.  I really liked the Lexicon
> Vortex for synched 
> effects, but having to deal with that tap tempo all
> the time drove me 
> nuts.  Need to keep my hands on my guitar!
> Some good meat and potato effects and some wacky
> stuff.  Ping Ponging 
> delays of maddness.  Nice sweep filters.
> A SINGLE rack space.  (it's all I have left and I
> will not go back to 
> two racks!)
> Good sound quality.  Hell, it's replacing a Digitech
> DSP128, so if it's 
> as good or better than that I'm set.  I guess my
> priorities lie with 
> loop *manglege*
> So that's it.  I've had thoughts about waiting for
> the KAOSS pad II 
> (anyone have an inkling as to when this is going to
> be released?), but 
> would like to keep it in the rack as much as I can.

John Tidwell

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