Page of 68 Go. All lexidon panel LEDs will be turned on for approximately ms, and then the MPX will attempt to run the following sequence of tests. Chapter 4 Performance Verification Lexicon Chapter 4 Perfo r mance Verification This section describes a quick verification of the operation of the MPX and the integrity of its analog and digital audio signal paths. The remaining LEDs will be off. Lexicon Chapter 4 Perfo r mance Verification This section describes a quick verification of the operation of the MPX and the integrity of its analog and digital audio signal paths. Comments to this Manuals Your Name.
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Page Editing Basic Operation Editing Each MPX program has as many as 16 editable parameters, organized into edit "pages" of as many as four parameters each. The front panel Edit Pages button cycles through all of the available pages for the current program. Page You can set a global tempo for all of the MPX programs, or have each program stored with its own tempo.
See System Mode. The global g or Program p system parameter selection is shown to the right of the tempo display. When you want to change tempo, just tap twice again in the new rhythm. Page Storing Programs When you want to save a program, press Store. The first available location in the User Bank will be selected by default when Store is pressed.
To enter this mode, press System. The adjustable parameters available in this mode are described on the following page. Mix Mode Determines whether the current Mix setting of the MPX will be applied to all programs Global , or whether program-specific Mix levels are restored on each program load. Page 21 Lexicon Tempo Mode Determines whether the current tempo of the MPX will be applied to all programs Global , or whether program-specific tempos are restored on each program load.
These individual stored tempos will take effect if Tempo Mode is set to Program — Page 22 System Mode Operating Mode Allows the MPX front panel controls to be locked into their current settings, or to be placed in continuous program load cycle for demonstration purposes.
When Locked is selected, only the User Bank is available. Page Program Descriptions Program Descriptions Program Descriptions The programs in the MPX are designed to provide a full palette of high caliber ambience, reverb, delay, pitch shift and other effects. As you audition the programs, be sure to vary the Adjust parameter. Page Plate Program Descriptions Lexicon 1 Plate The Plate programs synthesize the sound of metal plates with high initial diffusion and a relatively bright, colored sound.
These programs are designed to be heard as part of the music, mellowing and thickening the initial sound. They are a popular choice for enhancing pop music, particularly percussion. These programs work well on percussion — particularly on snare and toms, but be sure to experiment with other sound sources as well.
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