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Old 8th February 2007
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pcm70 question

Im thinking about getting a Lexicon pcm70 and i have some questions for experienced users.

Besides the plate and room reverb, how are the flangers and chorusses?? Are there also stacked effects, like delay and flanger combinations or chorus reverbs like in the mpx1???

Is there a software editor for the pcm70??

thanks
Old 8th February 2007
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The flangers and choruses are un-rivaled. 6 Voice Chorus? Come on!!

Yes it has combos and the verb with chorus is why I use it constantly (oh & why I bought it in the first place).
Old 8th February 2007
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it's a must in a recording environment... Maybe now it's not so silent like pcm 91 but I would not give it away. The chorus are good . Eventide maybe it's differerent. But if you have a good price take it. The only editor I know is the MRC. Is not a software...
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Last edited by alessio; 8th February 2007 at 10:17 AM.. Reason: added informations
Old 8th February 2007
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The flangers and choruses are un-rivaled.
You gots to be kidding right?

Compared to a TC 1210?tutt
Old 8th February 2007
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Originally Posted by thethrillfactor View Post
You gots to be kidding right?

Compared to a TC 1210?tutt
Ok, fine, maybe not compared a TC 1210. heh
Old 9th February 2007
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Is there a software editor for the pcm70??


Are you talking about a standalone editor? I know "Unisyn" from MOTU works with a host application ( ie Digital Performer)

http://www.midi-classics.com/sw/sw25334.htm

Peace
Old 9th February 2007
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thanx rmx, id rather would have a standalone editor. I have a spare P1 pc haninger around, so i can use that specificaly for the lexicon.

Ive had an mpx1 a few years back and i liked it a lot. Its quite easy to create different combinations of fx. Does the pcm70 work like this or is it just presets??


thanx
Old 10th February 2007
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FAR more than just presets. Sounds better too. Programing of all parameters till the cows come home.
Old 10th February 2007
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Editors are something I have been looking into for the PCM70/80/90. I can't believe these devices have been out for many years and not many have developed one. Soundquest Midiquest has Librarians only. Soundiver has a Editor for the PCM70 and PCM80. I think Unisyn has one for the PCM70. SOundquest would be great if they were fully supported as they have a VST plugin that integrate directly in a vst host.
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