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Refer all other service needs to tions for future reference. You are about to experience superb sound quality and a full range of reverb, pitch shifting, and delay effects, coupled with fast, intuitive editing of preset sounds and an industry-leading MIDI implementation.

The LXP II offers a rich and distinctive palette of special effects, including preset effects programs to get you started. Report any shipment damage to the carrier at once. Because each sound system is unique, we recommend experimentation to arrive at the best configuration for your system.

LEXICON LXP-15-II Owner’s Manual

On some guitar amplifiers it is very easy to accidentally use a speaker output instead of a direct or effects output. An algorithm is a set of instructions that tells the LXP II’s microprocessor how to process the input signal. Parameter settings The front panel VIEW button allows you to choose between display of the first and second, or the second and third lines.

These selections are grouped into The Page Knob three basic functional areas. The upper section provides for selection of the available parameters which define the sound of each algorithm Reverb, Pitch EQ, Delay, Level, Modulation, and Algorithm.

The following display will lexico If you made your selection with “Preset” selected, you’re all set, since this mode automatically loads the preset you’ve selected. Front Panel Leixcon If you want to keep this modified preset as a new setup, it is a good idea to assign Naming your new setup it a new name before storing it.

When a preset or register is loaded, its algorithm is shown in the top line of the display. The Presets for a list of the algorithms used in each preset. The algorithm parameters are grouped by function onto five pages: The algorithm-specific parameters will be described with each algorithm.

The master predelay for this algorithm, providing up manuwl ms of delay.


Glide Delay produces pitch shift effects while it is being modulated. Sets the rate of buildup of diffusion after the initial period which is set by Diffusion. It also acts as a master control for Decay.

Because of this link, Size changes a reverb sound from very large to very small. Generally, you should set Size before adjusting anything else.

Enables the pitch shifter. Adjusts the pitch shift in semitone increments from two octaves below to one octave above the original pitch. The Algorithms Gate To get some idea of the types of lexxicon and effects that can be created with the Gate algorithm, be sure to listen to and experiment with presets built on this algorithm. The Gate algorithm is a reverb effect with a fairly constant sound and no decay until the reverb is cut off abruptly.


A predelay providing up janual ms of delay. It is located after Treble and Diffusion and mznual the gated reverb. Relatively short predelay times 60ms or less will add depth to gate effects that use a mix of wet and dry signal. The Algorithms To get some idea of the types of sounds and effects that can be created with Plate the Plate algorithm, be sure to listen to and experiment with presets built on this algorithm.

Mnual Plate algorithm is a reverb simulator that produces reverb effects with the characteristic sound of metal-plate reverberators. Predelay for the plate. When creating patches, Predelay is controlled Plate parameters from two patch page parameters. Pdlyhi provides coarse control kanual the entire delay range for the parameter ms. Pdly provides fine control over a smaller range 3.

The Algorithms To get some idea of the types of sounds and effects that can be created with the Chorus Delay Chorus Delay algorithm, be sure to listen to and experiment with presets built on this algorithm. The Chorus Delay algorithm is a six voice chorus configured as three stereo pairs. Delay setting for the first pair of chorus outputs providing up to ms of delay. Also the base delay setting for the Delay 2 and Delay 3.

When creating effects with multiple delay settings, use Delay 1 to set the shortest delay. You can create new sounds simply by calling up one of these presets and experimenting with the parameters until you get a sound that you like. If the surface is soft, or padded, such as a curtain or rug, more high frequency content will be lost than if the surface is hard like tile or paneling. Startling resonances are possible with the LXP II by using short delay times with a lot of feedback.

This causes a 155 of fundamental notes and harmonies whose period the time for one cycle is equal to the set delay time. Creating Sounds and Effects A sound source can be located along two dimensions in the stereo field: Lateral perception of a sound is affected by relative differences between left ear and right ear perception of loudness and the arrival time of sound from a single source.

This allows you to alter the value of the parameter by manipulating the control Source. For example, you can use a foot pedal as a Source and ouput level as a Destination. Creating Lexicin and Effects Source Description Type InLevl internal controller input envelope follower Foot 5 rear-panel analog controller slider or switch Foot 4 rear-panel analog controller slider or switch Foot 3 rear-panel analog controller slider or switch Foot 2 rear-panel analog controller slider or switch Foot 1 rear-panel analog controller The LFO rate is variable from 0.

The LFO will produce smooth, continuous changes of a parameter value. Use it to create such effects as vibrato, chorus, and flange. Creating Sounds and Effects Analog Controllers Each of the five rear-panel foot controller phone jacks can be connected to any compatible analog footswitch or pedal. These correspond msnual Sources Foot 1 through Foot lexion. Foot pedals and switches allow you to 1 parameters during performance while keeping your hands free.


The output is determined by the physical position of the slider or wheel. Most sliders and wheels are implemented as unidirectional controllers. After Touch produces output based on how hard the keys of a MIDI controller are pressed down after the initial velocity. Breath produces output based on how hard you blow into a wind controller. Depending lexicno the type of controller, this corresponds to how quickly a key is depressed, how lexxicon a string is picked, how hard a percussion pad is struck, etc.

Global patches and Global and General General Purpose patches. As many as 28 global patches can be active at once. This allows you to see the effect of a Source on its Destination. Here are mwnual general things Patches to keep in mind about Global patching: Creating Sounds and Effects Lxicon patch is set up as follows Patch 1 is used in this example. The same procedure is used for the other three patch pages.

Threshold should be set to a value Creating Sounds and Effects The mankal value determines the effective range of the Manyal controller.

The upper and lower limits of the scale range are determined by the threshold and intial parameter values. Here are some tips and techniques for getting the most from General Purpose patches. In this example it would serve as a controller only. Audio from another source microphone, tape track, etc. Harmony is determined by playing the MIDI keyboard. These can be used as About the presets is or modified to create new sounds. The presets themselves are permanently installed in your unit; Use on voice or instruments.

Room size controls density and sustain.

Reverb time contours the release of the reverb. Lots of delay relections and a bright 90 foot stage. Vary RvbMix for more less manuql on voices or punctuated percussion tracks.

Large Gate Gate none Big open and shut effect. A bit extreme, very dance-worthy!! Bright Gate Gate none Brighter and less diffuse. Add to percussion tracks for more brilliance. Maual enough diffusion to take the edge off a source. Baseline effect for any source.

Vocal Chorus ChorDly none Longer, more diffuse reflections and a deeper chorus. Solo Plate Plate Foot 1 Use controller to set the mix for your solo. Controller varies the reverb mix with the chorus delay effect. Increased input level lessens the reverb. Useful for sharp transient sources and rhythm guitar. Metal Gate Gate none Tight inverted gate effect useful for many different stage sources.

For percussion or other stacatto sources. Others may appear to be able to send only 32, but actually have a bank mode that does let you send all program change messages. The display will show The Single All User Data Dump Program dump sends all of the stored parameters for the selected setup; the All User Data dump sends all copies of the stored programs.