PCM Native Dual Delay (stopped)

VST / AU / RTAS Effect Plug-in

PCM Native Dual Delay (stopped)

The PCM Native Dual Delay

Lexicon® invented digital delay. It is not hyperbole, it’s a well known fact. With the development of the TEC Hall of Fame top rated Delta T-101, adopted rapidly through the T-102, Lexicon altered the seem of all things. The PCM Native Dual Delay belongs to natural progression from your early models, moving Lexicon in the desktop, towards the rack, to the pc seamlessly.

The Lexicon Dual Delay formula is really a condition-of-the-art digital delay generator. It’s 4 total delay voices (2 delay voices per input funnel). Each voice comes with an individually adjustable delay time as high as 9.5 seconds and independent output and feedback control. With a lot more EQ, filter, polarity, pan, and level control of each one of the delay voice’s output and feedback pathways, this plug-in provides incredible control of the result. The Twin Delay plug-was a tight schedule to plug-set for creating modern and vintage delay effects for example slapback, echo, tape echo, digital delay, table tennis, or double tracking.

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A History of Delay:

Delay effects first acquired prestige included in the ‘Musique Concrète’ movement from the early 1940’s in France. Ten years later, the result started to locate its distance to popular music via commercially created tapes echos. Although tape-based delays never lost recognition like a seem, the soundness and programmability of digital delays, beginning in 1971 using the Lexicon® Delta T-101, result in a new revolution in seem which has dominated for more than 4 decades.

Lexicon and Delay:

We might have began the revolution, but we didn’t hold on there. Lexicon continues to be as symbolic of delay as it’s been reverb in studios all over the world, and also the PCM Native Dual Delay can provide you with the seem that can take your mixes one stage further.

“Lexicon helps make the most ‘musical’ delays – it’s THE sound”

Mark Howard (U2, Peter Gabriel, Neil Youthful)

Additional Information

The Characteristics

  • Studio-Quality presets
  • Parameter Automation Support
  • Intuitive Interface
  • Real-time Spectral Display Input/Output Metering
  • Portable Presets
  • VST/RTAS/AU Compatibility
  • Mac/Home windows Compatibility
  • iLok2 approved

The Choices

The PCM Native Dual Delay can also be available included in the PCM Native Effects Bundle. For other variations on Lexicon Delay, please consider the PCM and MX hardware series or even the PCM Native Random Delay.

Lexicon MX200

  • AWSOMUS LATEST: What's better this or tc electronics m300
  • John Deathspell: will this work with a boss metal pedal and my guitar amp? for just power electronics noise dark industrial dark ambient feedback noise music, with reverb/distortion spoken vocals……like bands con-dom, the grey wolves, genocide organ, k.f.r, or do i need a synthisizer to connect this to??? i'm trying to find out all what i need….i am tired of playing guitar unless it helps with the chaos sound of bands mentioned…..just done with my black metal DSBM band demonic painful vocals too (peisithanatos) no one i know knows power electronics noise industrial dark ambient unless downloading free crappy digital fl studio type sounds….could really use advice on what i need to create my chaotic serenity!!!!! that's why i mentioned some main bands, or if i decide to scream power electronics noise like final solution "kill mode" is a perfect song to explain this 2nd style/vocally….
  • Lang Tran: It's only a basic introduction of the MX200.  No detail explanation of the functions.
  • Anil Martyn: How do i connect this processor to my behringer 1222/yamaha 16/6FX mixer
  • Jimmy Nguyen: Helo q
  • monmixer: yea..just run it straight through the processor..obviously you can only use one channel though
  • chickensk: i really hate videos, where their first sentence is: Hi, I am blah blah.
  • RicArtistProduction1: I agree its a waste not showing what this box sounds like or showing what it can do.
  • quyen le: nghe noi rat hay em moi mua ve nhung sao kho su dung wa co ai biet xin chi dum
  • Riddickjv: I Have an MX200 but i don't think is working the way it should be. can someone help me with this please.
  • shakeAbooty88: Nice to see someone giving succinct and accurate information. I have a high IQ but am yet a comparative beginner at digital engineering. People like you rush the learning process. Thanks.
  • SONGSTICKS: These namm type product videos are absolutely pointless. Unless somebody makes some SOUND with it !!!
    I don't know about you, but I'm not gonna be remotely tempted to buy one unless I hear what it can do.. call me old fashioned.
  • MandoBigRiff: Wot? just talk, no sound ??? loll Anyway, this is an amazing unit that sounds really good. I choose it over the more expensive menu driven ones, for faster access to setting both processors. I usually use processors in series. Reverb makes my minimoog sound like a frigging church organ. When i add tape delay, it mesmerizes my audience and I get : I did not now a minimoog could do that. Then I grin 😉
  • Esteban Romero: @tomhiggins1 because i have one and make lots of white noise
  • Esteban Romero: @tomhiggins1 because i have one and make lots of whit white
  • Esteban Romero: the lexicon MX200 sucks
  • AlainHubert: Blah blah blah….Useless without actual sound demo…
  • Max: really stupid video
  • MrLokiBalboa: Hi im john and I will read you a user manual….
  • ChristianLudwig: Well..I bought the MX400 not the 200. Sorry. But the MX400 I am messing with through my loop is amazing.
  • UnchainTheNight1: so what he's saying is that its a vst-quality effects processor in a rackmount box??
  • nicolamellon: useless
  • Daniel Grieco: talk talk talk to much talk ….show us what it can do…..