UAD Lexicon 224 Explained
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Universal Audio has brought the legendary Lexicon 224 digital reverb to the UAD platform, and studio master Brock Jon teaches you how to get the most out of this timeless, classic reverb emulation plug-in!
Beginning with an overview of why the Lexicon 224 became so beloved in the late 70s and 80s, Brock gives you a complete overview of all it’s controls and quirks—including how the UAD plug-in version both models, and lets you defeat, some of the hardware unit’s famous bugs.
The next videos offer in-depth looks on how to use the UAD Lexicon 224 on different types of tracks. Two videos show you how to use the Lexicon 224 on Drums, guiding you through getting any kind of sound from contemporary, tight reverb to a bigger, more lush reverb sound.
SYNTHiC4TE | April 15 2015 | 255 MB
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Moving on, Brock explains how to get that classic Lexicon vocal sound. Finally, Brock demonstrates how you can use the Lexicon 224 on the rest of your mix. Note: this series includes the song “Run” by The Hawthorne Effect (www.thehawthorneeffect.rocks) recorded by Scott Fritz at Stranded on a Planet (www.strandedonaplanet.com).
If you’re new to the UAD Lexicon 224 and want to explore its ins and outs, or if you’re a seasoned user looking for expert tips, watch “UAD Lexicon 224 Explained” today!
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