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CE COMPLIANCE INFORMATION (FOR EUROPEAN MARKET)
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and Amendment 92/31/EEC, Class B Digital Device. EN 50081-1, Generic Emissions Standard for Residential, Commercial and Light Industrial Products. (EN 55022/CISPR 22, Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Interference Characteristics Information Technology Equipment.) Warning: This is a Class B product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. EN 50082-1, Generic Immunity Standard for Residential, Commerical and Light Industrial Products. (IEC 801-2, IEC 801-3, IEC 801-4) Directive EMC 89/336/CEE et amendement 92/31/CEE, dispositif numrique de Classe B. EN 50081-1, Norme sur les missions gnriques pour les produits domestiques, commerciaux et industriels lgers. (EN 55022/CISPR 22, Limites et mthodes de mesure des caractristiques dinterfrences radiophoniques, Matriel des technologies de linformation.) Mise en garde: ceci est un produit de Classe B. Il risque produire des interfrences radiophoniques dans un environnement domestique auquel cas lutilisateur peut se voir demand de prendre des mesures adquates. EN 50082-1, Norme sur limmunit gnrique pour produits domestiques, commerciaux et industriels lgers. (CEI 801-2, CEI 801-3, CEI 801-4) EMC Richtlinie 89/336/EEC und nderung 92/31/EEC, Digitales Gert der Klasse B. EN 50081-1, Allgemeiner Emissions - Standard fr Haushalt - und kommerzielle Produkte sowie Erzeugnisse der Leichtindustrie. (EN 55022/CISPR 22, Beschrnkungen und Verfahren der Messung von informationstechnischen Ausrstungen mit Funkstrmerkmalen.) Warnung: Dies ist ein Erzeugnis der Klasse B. Dieses Erzeugnis kann Funkstrungen im Wohnbereich verursachen; in diesem Fall knnen entsprechende Manahmen seitens des Benutzers erforderlich sein. EN 50082-1, Allgemeiner Unempfindlichkeits - Standard fur Haushalt - und kommerzielle Produkte sowie Erzeugnisse der Leichtindustrie. (IEC 801-2, IEC 801-3, IEC 801-4)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with manufacturers instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: 1. 2. 3. 4. Re-orient the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected,. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
The use of shielded cables for connection of the monitor to the graphics card is required to ensure compliance with FCC regulations. Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate this equipment.
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Lexicon, Inc. 3 Oak Park Bedford, MA 01730-1441 USA Tel 781-280-0300 Fax 781-280-0490 www.lexicon.com Customer Support Tel 781-280-0300 Fax 781-280-0495 (Sales) Fax 781-280-0499 (Service)
Lexicon Part No. 070-14956 | Rev 1 | 02/02
2002 Lexicon, Inc. All rights reserved. This document should not be construed as a commitment on the part of Lexicon, Inc. The information it contains is subject to change without notice. Lexicon, Inc. assumes no responsibility for errors that may appear within this document.
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Lexicon Section 1: Getting Started About the MPX 110. 1-2
Important User Information. iv Wichtige Benutzerinformation. v Informacin importante para el usuario. vi Important - Informations Utilisateur. vii Importanti informazioni per lutente. viii Informaes Importantes ao usurio. ix
Front Panel Overview. 1-4 Rear Panel Overview. 1-6 Connecting the Unit. 1-8
Setting Audio Levels. 1-10 Reinitialization. 1-11 Section 2: Basic Operation Adjust. 2-2 Selecting Programs. 2-2
and digital-to-analog Dual effects that combine Delay with Reverb, or either Delay or Reverb with Chorus, Flange, or Pitch Multiple delay, modulation, and pitch effects Tap Tempo Full MIDI control High-impedance inputs for instruments Two-stage headroom indicators Headphone output Software-selectable MIDI OUT/THRU port Push-button or footswitch selection of dry or muted audio output 20Hz-20kHz1dB frequency response
Lexicons proprietary Lexichip World-class Lexicon reverb 24-bit internal processing 24-bit analog-to-digital conversion 240 presets 16 User programs 44.1K S/PDIF output Simultaneous analog and digital outputs Independent processing of each input DUAL programs that create two independent effects with four routing configurations
FRONT PANEL OVERVIEW
1. Clip and Level LEDs Indicate incoming signal levels. The Level LEDs do not light when the incoming signal is more than 30dB below overload. The Clip LEDs light red when the signal approaches overload (-2.5dB). When a signal level is acceptable, the Level LEDs light green almost continuously and the Clip LEDs flash red on the loudest passages. See page 1-10 for more information about setting audio levels.
2. Input Sets the level of the incoming signal. The Clip and Level LEDs indicate acceptable signal levels. 3. Mix Controls the ratio of processed (Wet) to unprocessed (Dry) audio signals.
MPX 110 4. Output Sets analog output levels. 5. Effects Lvl/Bal Sets effect level in SINGLE programs or effect balance in DUAL programs. 6. Edit LED Lights to indicate that a program has been modified but not stored, and flashes to indicate MIDI activity. (See page 2-4 for more information about editing programs.) 7. Adjust Controls the most relevant parameters for the selected program variation. 8. Bypass Mutes or bypasses the incoming signal, depending on the setting of the System Mode parameter Bypass. Press and hold for 2 seconds to access System Mode parameters. 9. VARIATION
Selects program variations when the PROGRAM knob is set to a SINGLE or DUAL program. Selects memory locations for storing User programs when the PROGRAM knob is set to User. 10. PROGRAM Selects SINGLE, DUAL, or User programs. 11. Store Activates the store function for User programs. When pressed with Tap, activates MIDI Learn Mode. 12. Tap Flashes to indicate that a tempo-based program is selected. When pressed twice, sets tempo. When pressed and held, uses input level to determine tempo. When pressed with Store, activates MIDI Learn Mode.
REAR PANEL OVERVIEW
1. POWER Supplies power to the unit. Utilizes a Lexicon 1.9A, 9VAC power pack. 2. FOOTSWITCH Allows footswitch control of front panel Bypass and Tap functions. A 1/4 inch Tip/Ring/Sleeve connector for a momentary contact footswitch is available.
MPX 110 3. MIDI IN, OUT/THRU Provide MIDI operation capabilities. Two 5-pin DIN MIDI connectors are available for MIDI IN and software-selectable MIDI OUT/THRU. 4. S/PDIF OUT Provides digital audio output. One RCA coaxial S/PDIF connector is available. 5. ANALOG OUTPUTs Provide analog audio output. Two unbalanced, single-ended stereo output connectors are available. Both offer typical output levels of +8dBu. Use the RIGHT (MONO) OUTPUT for mono output. If no connection is made to the RIGHT (MONO) OUTPUT, the LEFT (PHONES) OUTPUT can be used to drive headphones at a modest volume. 6. ANALOG INPUTs
Provide analog audio input. Two unbalanced, single-ended stereo input connectors are available. Both accept levels as low as -30dBu. Input impedance is 500k. These can be used as direct inputs for guitars. Use the RIGHT (MONO) INPUT for mono sources.
CONNECTING THE UNIT
The INPUT and OUTPUT connectors on the MPX 110 are 1/4 inch unbalanced sockets. Connections should be made utilizing high-quality shielded cables with 1/4 inch Tip/Sleeve phone plugs at the end connected to the unit. The unit produces effects from either mono or stereo sources. For mono sources, use the RIGHT (MONO) INPUT. For instruments and stereo sources, use both inputs. It is recommended to use stereo outputs whenever stereo inputs are used. Use the RIGHT (MONO) OUTPUT if mono output is required. The left and right input signals are combined internally when only the RIGHT (MONO) OUTPUT is used.
A footswitch connected to the rear panel FOOTSWITCH connector can be used to control front panel Tap and Bypass functions. A momentary footswitch can be wired to a Tip/Ring/Sleeve connector or a stereo Y-connector, which allows two identical switches to be used.
Power off the unit prior to connecting the footswitch. Otherwise, Bypass functions will be enabled.
The procedure below outlines the process to reinitialize the unit. When reinitialized, the unit will restore all System Mode parameters to their factory-default settings; replace all User programs with factory-default presets; and clear all Learned Patches. To reinitialize the unit: 1. While powering the unit on, press and hold the front panel Store button until the Store and Tap LEDs flash quickly. 2. To reinitialize the unit, press the Store button. To cancel reinitialization without affecting the unit, press either the Tap or Bypass button. 3. After reinitialization, restart the unit - power it off, then on again.
Adjust....2-2 Selecting Programs...2-2
Editing Programs....2-4 Storing Programs....2-4 Tap Tempo...2-5
The Adjust knob has been customized for each individual program, and in most cases controls several parameters at once to handle complicated editing processes. For instance, Adjust controls the liveness of space in many Chamber and Room programs by changing decay, EQ, and early reflections simultaneously. The behavior of the Adjust knob is also customized for different functions: It can act as a linear control, at its minimum value when set to the 7 oclock position and its maximum value when set to the 5 oclock position. It can act as a bipolar control, at its minimum value when set to the 12 oclock position, like a cut/boost EQ control.
All programs can be selected with the front panel PROGRAM and VARIATION knobs. The PROGRAM knob selects either a SINGLE, DUAL, or User program. SINGLE program selections are arranged around the left side of the knob; DUAL and User program selections are arranged around the right side of the knob. The VARIATION knob selects among 16 program variations, arranged around the knob.
When the PROGRAM knob is set to a SINGLE program: VARIATION knob settings 1 to 8 will load eight variations of the first effect. VARIATION knob settings 9 to 16 will load eight variations of the second effect.
Overview....3-2 System Mode Parameters & Functions..3-3
System Mode can be used to configure System Mode parameters and execute MIDI Dumps. To enter System Mode, press and hold the front panel Bypass button for approximately 2 seconds. The Bypass and Store LEDs will flash slowly to indicate that System Mode is active. The table on the next page shows System Mode parameters and functions. The VARIATION knob selects the desired parameter or function. Settings 1 to 8 select System Mode parameters. Settings 14 to 16 select MIDI Dumps. The Edit LED shows the current setting of the selected parameter (see the table on the next page). Press the Store button to toggle the parameter setting. When VARIATION knob settings 14, 15, or 16 are selected, press the Store button to execute the selected MIDI Dump.
Press the Bypass button to enter and exit System Mode.
Lexicon When finished, reset the VARIATION knob to its original setting before System Mode was activated. Otherwise, a new program will load based on this setting when System Mode is deactivated. Use the Tap LED to determine if the VARIATION knob has been reset; it will light when the knob is set to the last loaded program. To exit System Mode, press the Bypass button. The Store LED will flash quickly to indicate that parameter settings have changed. (The Store LED will not flash if no changes were made.) Descriptions of all System Mode parameters and functions are available on pages 3-3 to 3-5.
Use the VARIATION knob to select the desired parameter or function.
Press the Store button to toggle the setting of the selected parameter or to execute the selected MIDI Dump.
Use the Edit LED to determine the current setting of the selected parameter. See the next page for more information.
Edit LED On Mute Input Disabled Mute Dry Out * Disabled Disabled Program * Edit LED Off Bypass Dry * Enabled * Bypass * Wet * Thru Enabled * Enabled * Global
SYSTEM MODE PARAMETERS & FUNCTIONS
VARIATION Knob Setting 16 Parameter/Function Bypass MIDI Patching Program Load Digital Output MIDI OUT/THRU MIDI Pgm Change MIDI Clock Receive Tempo Dump User Programs Dump Selected Program Dump System and Learned Patches
* Indicates factory-default setting
1. Bypass Mute Input, Bypass Dry 4. Digital Output Controls the front panel Bypass button, or the footswitch or MIDI control device assigned to Bypass. When set to Bypass Dry, the unit sends only dry, unprocessed audio to the outputs. When set to Mute Input, the unit mutes the inputs only. Running effects will continue their natural decay. 2. MIDI Patching Disable, Enable
Lexicon Dry, Wet
Determines what is sent to the units S/PDIF output. When set to Dry, the unit bypasses processed audio, sending only dry, unprocessed audio to the S/PDIF output. When set to Wet, the unit sends the processed audio signal (according to the Mix knob setting) to the S/PDIF output. 5. MIDI OUT/THRU Out, Thru
Special FX...4-18 DUAL Programs....4-20
The Pitch Programs...4-36 User Programs...4-38
SINGLE PROGRAMS PLATE
Plate reverb began with a large, thin sheet of metal suspended upright under tension on springs. Transducers attached to the plate transmitted a signal that made the plate vibrate, causing sounds broadcast through it to appear to be occurring in a large, open space. 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 sound. Plate programs are a popular choice for enhancing pop music, particularly percussion. VARIATIONs Small Plate Medium Plate Large Plate Larger Plate Tape Slap Plate Rich Plate Large Bright Plate Vocal Plate Adjust Liveness* Liveness* Liveness* Decay Time* Decay/ 15 or 7.5ips** Decay Time* Decay Time* Low Cut, Decay Time* Tap
PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) Echo
* The Adjust knob functions as a linear control in these variations. See page 2-2 for more information. ** When the Adjust knob is set to the left of the 12 oclock position, decay is 15ips. When the Adjust knob is set to the right of the 12 oclock position, decay is 7.5ips.
VARIATIONs 9 Straight Gate Adjust Duration** Duration** Duration** High Cut* High Cut* High Cut* High Cut* High Cut* Tap PreDelay (1/32 Note) 13 240ms Gate 14 340ms Gate 15 440ms Gate 16 540ms Gate PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note)
* The Adjust knob functions as a linear control in these variations. See page 2-2 for more information. ** Audio will be briefly muted when Duration is altered with the Adjust knob.
Gated reverbs were created by feeding a reverb, such as a metal plate, through an analog gate device. Decay time was set to instant, while hold time varied duration and sound. The Gate programs provide a fairly constant sound with no decay until the reverb is cut off abruptly. These programs work well on percussion, particularly on snare and toms. It is recommended to experiment with other sound sources as well.
10 Drum Gate 11 Slope Down 12 140ms Gate
Rotary speaker cabinets were designed to provide a majestic vibrato/choir effect for electronic theater and church organs. The most well known rotary speaker is the Leslie Model 122, which has two counter-rotating elements: a high-frequency horn and a low-frequency rotor with slow and fast speeds. The sound generated as the spinning elements change speed is truly magical. The swirling, spacious effect is difficult to describe - but clearly recognizable. The Rotary programs are a detailed simulation of a Leslie-style cabinet. The input signal is split into high and low-frequency bands. The rotation effect is created by a synchronized combination of pitch shifting, tremolo, and panning. Like the physical cabinet, the high (horn) and low (rotor) frequencies are spun in opposite directions. Horn and rotor speeds are independent, and designed with acceleration and deceleration characteristics to simulate the inertia of the original mechanical elements.
Lexicon A virtual requirement for organ music, Rotary programs also sound remarkable with guitar and electric piano rhythm parts. In fact, these programs are great alternatives to chorus and tremolo effects for any sound source. To achieve the full effect, set the front panel Mix knob to Wet for all variations of this program (9 to 16).
MPX 110 VARIATIONs 9 Rotary Adjust Slow/Fast Slow/Fast, Width Slow/Fast, Balance Resonance* Speed Balance Width Resonance* Tap Rate (1/4 Note) 15 Tap Rotary 16 Tap Rotary Rate (1/4 Note) Rate (1/4 Note)
10 Rotary 11 Rotary 12 Slow Rotary 13 Varispeed Rotary 14 Tap Rotary
* The Adjust knob functions as a bipolar control in these variations. See page 2-2 for more information.
Chorus effects create lush, full sounds by multiplying the original audio source. Traditionally, these effects were used to fatten up tracks and to add body to guitar without coloring the original tone. Chorus effects are also often combined with plates, echoes, and other reverb effects. The stereo Chorus programs, inherited from Lexicons PCM 80, create a rich, airy effect that simulates the sound of multiple sources from a single source. These programs are stunning on acoustic or clean-electric guitar. These programs utilize six independently-randomized delay voices panned across the stereo field. Set the front panel Mix knob to Wet to achieve the full richness of the 6-voice chorus. VARIATIONs Rich Chorus Rich Chorus Rich Chorus Rich Chorus Diffuse Chorus Slap Chorus Slap Chorus Slap Chorus Adjust Resonance* Depth* Rate High Cut Diffusion Diffusion Resonance* Depth* Tap
VARIATIONs 9 Light Flange: in-phase sweep out-of-phase sweep 11 Light Flange in-phase sweep 12 Light Flange out-of-phase sweep 13 Deep Flange in-phase-sweep 14 Deep Flange out-of-phase sweep 15 Light Flange 16 Deep Flange Rate Rate Resonance* Resonance* Sweep: 0, 90, 180, 270** Sweep: 0, 90, 180, 270** Adjust Resonance* Resonance* Tap
10 Stereo 11 Tape Slap 12 Multi Bounce 13 Multi Linear 14 Multi Inverse 15 Multi Repeat 16 Multi Pong
* The Adjust knob functions as a linear control in these variations. See page 2-2 for more information. ** The Adjust knob functions as a bipolar control in these variations. See page 4-16 for more information.
***The Adjust knob functions as a four-position switch in these variations. See page 4-8 for more information.
Special FX VARIATIONs Infinite Reverb The Abyss Jet Flange Chorus Verb Rotary Delay Fader Verb PCM 60 - LgSize LowRumble Adjust* High Cut Pitch Blend Tone High Cut Dly/Echo Time: 0 to 150ms + Feedback Input Volume Decay Time Decay Time Tap Echo Rate (Whole Note) Rate (1/4 Note) Echo
Special FX VARIATIONs 9 Ducking Reverb 10 Ducking Chorus>Delay 11 Ducking Triplets 12 Subdividing Delay 13 Panning Delays 14 Dream Sequence 15 Infinite Repeat 16 Diffusor
Adjust* Decay Time Resonance Delay/Echo Feedback Beat Value: 1/32-Whole Note Delay/Echo Feedback Shift Amount Feedback: 0 to Infinite Diffusion
Tap Delay Time Delay Time Delay Time Delay Time Dly Time (Whole Note)
* The Adjust knob function differs in each of the Special FX variations. It is recommended to experiment with each program. See page 2-2 for more information about Adjust knob functions.
The DUAL Programs combine Delay with Reverb, or either Delay or Reverb with Chorus, Flange, or Pitch. Four routing configurations are used in the variations of each DUAL program: Dual Stereo (Parallel), Cascade, Mono Split, and Dual Mono. Variation knob settings are configured as follows: Variations 1 to 6 are arranged in the Dual Stereo (Parallel) configuration - two stereo effects placed next to one another to receive and output stereo audio from both the left and right channels.
Lexicon Variations 7 to 10 are arranged in the Cascade configuration - two stereo effects, one placed after the other. For example, in Flange-Delay, Flange passes its stereo signal to Delay. Variations 11 to 14 are arranged in the Mono Split configuration, which is similar to the Dual Stereo (Parallel) configuration. One effect (Flange) receives audio from the left input and the other effect (Delay) receives audio from the right input. Both effects output stereo audio. Variations 15 and 16 are arranged in the Dual Mono configuration where one effect (Flange) appears on the left channel only, while the other effect (Delay) appears on the right channel only.
Flange-Reverb VARIATIONs 9 Light Flange > Room 10 Deep Flange > Room 11 Light Flange + Medium Space 12 Light Flange + Room 13 Deep Flange + Medium Space 14 Deep Flange + Room 15 Light Flange / Large Space 16 Light Flange / Large Space
Tap Speed Speed Speed Speed Speed
Pitch-Reverb VARIATIONs Minor 3rd to 4th - Room 4th to 5th - Room 5th to 6th - Room 1 Octave - Medium Space Power Chords - Medium Space Manual Detune - Room 100 > Small Space Power Chords > Large Space Adjust 3rd to 4th Up 4th to 5th Up 5th to 6th Up 1 Octave* Decay Time Detuning 100 Cents* Decay Time Tap PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) Routing
Pitch-Reverb VARIATIONs 9 4ths > Medium Space 10 Octaves > Medium Space 11 4th to 5th + Room 12 5th to 6th + Room 13 4ths + Large Space 14 Octaves + Medium Space 15 Octaves / Medium Space 16 4ths / Large Space
Adjust Decay Time Decay Time 4th to 5th Up 5th to 6th Up Decay Time Decay Time Decay Time Decay Time
Tap PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note) PreDelay (1/32 Note)
Chorus-Reverb VARIATIONs Rich Chorus 1 - Small Space Rich Chorus 1 - Medium Space Rich Chorus 1 - Large Space Rich Chorus 2 - Small Space Rich Chorus 2 - Medium Space Rich Chorus 2 - Large Space Rich Chorus 1 > Room Rich Chorus 2 > Room Adjust* Decay Time Decay Time Decay Time Decay Time Decay Time Decay Time Liveness Liveness Tap Routing
Chorus-Reverb VARIATIONs 9 Rich Chorus 3 > Room 10 Rich Chorus 1 > Small Space 11 Rich Chorus 1 + Small Space 12 Rich Chorus 2 + Medium Space 13 Rich Chorus 2 + Large Space 14 Rich Chorus 1 + Large Space 15 Rich Chorus 1 / Room 16 Rich Chorus 4 / Room
Adjust* Liveness Decay Time Decay Time Decay Time Decay Time Decay Time Liveness Liveness
THE PITCH PROGRAMS
The MPX 110 features single Pitch, Pitch-Delay, and Pitch-Reverb programs. All pitch programs are designed to input and output two channels and to respond to pitch-shifting in either Stereo or Dual Mono mode.
Lexicon The mode in which a particular program responds to pitch-shifting cannot be selected. The tables that begin below list each pitch program along with its assigned mode of operation. Pitch VARIATIONs
Learnable Front Panel Controls and Assignable MIDI Sources
Front Panel Control Mix Effects Lvl/Bal Adjust Bypass Tap Controllers 1 to 31, 33 to 119 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Pgm Change 100 to 127 * No No No Yes Yes
Be careful that any attached MIDI device (such as a footpedal) does not accidentally send any learnable message. If it does, that will be learned as a new patch. 3. Press Store to clear the assignment. The Store LED will flash quickly.
* Program Change numbers 0 to 15 will be ignored, except on the MIDI channel assigned the Program Load function.
The unit can use MIDI Clock messages to apply tempo (40 to 400bpm) to programs that use the Tap Tempo feature. Connect a MIDI device that outputs MIDI Clock, such as the MPX R1 foot controller or a MIDI sequencer, to the MPX 110 MIDI IN connector. The unit will automatically recognize and begin to process MIDI Clock messages. When the tempo of the connected device changes, the unit will automatically adjust its delay times and modulation rates to match the new tempo. This feature can be disabled with the MIDI Clock Receive parameter in System Mode (see page 3-5).
MIDI Dumps can be used to save the 16 User programs, the currently active program, or the System Mode settings and Learned Patch assignments to a storage device (typically a MIDI sequencer). MIDI Dumps are performed in System Mode. To perform a MIDI Dump: 1. Press and hold the Bypass button for 2 seconds. The Bypass and Store LEDs will blink to indicate that System Mode is active. 2. Set the VARIATION knob to 14 to dump the User programs; 15 to dump the currently active (or loaded) program; or 16 to dump the System Mode settings and Learned Patch assignments. 3. Press Store to execute the dump. 4. Press Bypass to deactivate System Mode.
The MPX 110 recognizes permanent, non-learnable MIDI patches to provide additional MIDI control. Permanent patches connect designated Continuous Controllers to specific audio parameters that are not accessible on the front panel. Permanent Patches for each algorithm are shown on pages 5-10 and 5-11. The unit recognizes Permanent Patches on the current Program Load Channel only. To use a permanently patched controller for a Learned Patch, make the unit learn that patch on a different channel. If a controller is used for both a Permanent and Learned Patch on the same channel, the result will be unpredictable. Some patched parameters are also controlled with the Adjust knob. In these cases, either control will function and will override adjustments made by the other.
MIDI SYSEX MESSAGES
MIDI Sysex messages can be used to access all algorithm parameters. More information about using this advanced feature with the MPX 110 and other Lexicon products is available at www.lexicon.com. The website offers instructions, sample messages, and a complete table of parameter Sysex addresses.
Executing MIDI Sysex messages is a complicated process. Please observe the cautionary notes included on the website.
Permanent Patches will be disabled when the System Mode parameter MIDI Patching is set to Disabled. 5-9
Permanent Patches (continued)
CC No. 7 8
Plate Decay PreDelay RTHiCut Bassmult Bassxover Rolloff
Gate Duration PreDelay LowSlope HighSlope Crossover RTHiCut Rolloff
Hall Decay PreDelay RTHiCut Bassmult Bassxover Rolloff
Chamber Decay PreDelay RTHiCut Bassmult Bassxover Rolloff
Ambience DecayTime PreDelay RTHiCut DecayLvl Rolloff
Room Decay PreDelay RTHiCut Bassmult Bassxover Rolloff
Tremolo Rate Depth Phase Waveform Rolloff
Rotary MstrRate MstrDepth Resnce1 Resnce2 Width Rolloff
Chorus KorRate1 KorRate2 KorDepth1 KorDepth2 KorResnce1 KorResnce2 KorSpread Rolloff
Flange FlgRate FlgDepth FlgResnce FlgBlend Rolloff
Special FX VARIATION 5: Rotary Delay MstrRate MstrDepth Resnce1 Resnce2 Width MstrDly RTHiCut DlyHiCut
CC No. 17
Pitch Interval2 Pitch2 Interval1 Pitch1 Feedback2 Feedback1 Rolloff
Detune Detune1 Detune2 Rolloff
Delay, Echo MstrDly MstrFbk MstrXFbk RTHiCut DlyLeft1 DlyLeft2 DlyLeft3 Rolloff LvlLeft1 LvlLeft2 LvlLeft3 DlyRight1 DlyRight2 DlyRight3 LvlRight1 LvlRight2 LvlRight3
FlangeDelay FlgRate FlgDepth FlgResnce FlgBlend DMstrDly DMstrFbk FlgHiCut DlyHiCut
PitchDelay Decay PreDelay RTHiCut Bassmult Bassxover RvbHiCut PchHiCut
ChorusDelay KorRate1 KorRate2 KorDepth1 KorDepth2
DelayReverb Decay PreDelay RTHiCut Bassmult
FlangeReverb Decay PreDelay RTHiCut Bassmult Bassxover RvbHiCut FlgHiCut
PitchReverb Decay PreDelay RTHiCut Bassmult Bassxover RvbHiCut PchHiCut
ChorusReverb Decay PreDelay RTHiCut Bassmult Bassxover RvbHiCut KorHiCut
KorResnce1 Bassxover KorResnce2 KorSpread KorHiCut MstrDly MstrFbk DlyHiCut RvbHiCut DlyHiCut
MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART
Function Basic Channel Mode Default Channel Default Messages Altered True Voice Note ON Note OFF Keys Channels X X X X X X X (Off=9, v=0) X X OX OX OX Used as controller Learned Used as controller Learned Transmitted X X X X Recognized 1 1-16 Mode 2 X X X Remarks Learned
Note Number Velocity After Touch Pitch Blender Control Change
1 to 119 (0 to 32 used as Bank Select) Learned
System Mode Parameters.3-3 to 3-5 Table of Contents.ii to iii Tap Button.1-5, 2-5, 3-2, 5-2, 5-5, 5-7 Tap Tempo.2-5 to 2-6 Tempo Parameter*.3-5 Tremolo Programs.4-8 to 4-9, 5-10 Unpacking Instructions.iv to ix User Information.iv to ix User Programs.2-3, 4-38 VARIATION Knob.1-5, 2-2 to 2-3, 3-2 Varying Rhythm.2-5 Warranty.Inside Back Cover
Indicates System Mode Parameters and Functions.
Lexicon, Inc. offers the following warranty on this product: What is the Duration of this Warranty? This warranty will remain in effect for one (1) year from the original date of purchase. Who is Covered? This warranty may be enforced by the original purchaser and subsequent owners during the warranty period, provided the original dated sales receipt or other proof of warranty coverage is presented at time of service. What is Covered? This warranty covers all defects in material and workmanship on this product, except as specified below. The following are not covered: 1. Damage resulting from A. Accident, misuse, abuse, or neglect. B. Failure to follow instructions contained in the User Guide. C. Repair or attempted repair unauthorized by Lexicon, Inc. D. Failure to perform recommended periodic maintenance. E. Causes other than product defects, including lack of skill, competence, or experience on the part of the owner. 2. Damage occurring during any shipment of this product. Claims for shipping damages must be made with the carrier. 3. Damage to a unit that has been altered, or on which the serial number has been defaced, modified, or removed. What Expenses will Lexicon, Inc. Assume? Lexicon, Inc. will pay all labor and material expenses for covered items. Payment of shipping charges is discussed in the next section of the warranty. How is Service Obtained? When this product needs service, write, telephone, or fax Lexicon, Inc. to request information about where the unit should be taken or sent. When making a written request, please include your name, complete address, and
daytime telephone number; the product model and serial numbers; and a description of the problem. Do not return the unit to Lexicon, Inc. without prior authorization. When Shipping a Product for Service. 1. Pay any initial shipping charges, which are the responsibility of the owner. If necessary repairs are covered by this warranty, Lexicon, Inc. will pay return shipping charges to any destination in the United States using the carrier of our choice. 2. Pack the unit securely. Package insurance is strongly recommended. 3. Include a copy of the original dated sales receipt. (A copy of the original dated sales receipt must be presented when warranty service is required.) 4. Do not include accessories such as power cords or user guides unless instructed to do so. What are the Limitations of Implied Warranties? Any implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited in duration to the length of this warranty. What Certain Damages are Excluded? Lexicons liability for a defective product is limited to repair or replacement of that product, at our option. Lexicon, Inc. shall not be liable for damages based on inconvenience; loss of use of the product; loss of time; interrupted operation; commercial loss; or any other damages, whether incidental, consequential, or otherwise. How do State Laws Relate to this Warranty? Some states do not allow limitations on the duration of implied warranties and/or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. As such, the above limitations may not apply. This warranty is not enforceable outside of North America. This warranty provides specific legal rights. Additional rights may be provided by some states.
Lexicon MPX110 Effects Processor
The newest addition to Lexicons award-winning MPX Series, the MPX 110 replaces the MPX 100 as Lexicons most affordable dual-channel processor. A true stereo processor, the MPX 110 includes 24-bit analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion, and relies on the proprietary Lexichip engine to perform 24-bit internal processing. Its 240 carefully-crafted presets feature legendary Lexicon reverb, as well as dual programs that combine two independent effects in four routing configurations. Tempo can be set using audio input, a dual footswitch, the front panel Tap button, or an external MIDI device. A powerful editing tool called Learn Mode allows patching of five front panel controls, while permanent MIDI patches provide access to audio parameters not available from the front panel. Standard Features Legendary Lexicon reverb Lexicons proprietary Lexichip 24-bit internal processing 24-bit analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion 240 presets 16 User programs 44.1kHz S/PDIF output (may be set to wet or dry for use as a high-quality, standalone converter) Simultaneous analog and digital outputs Independent processing of each input Dual programs that combine two independent effects in four routing configurations Multiple delay, modulation, and pitch effects
Tap Tempo Full MIDI control Software-selectable MIDI Out/Thru connector Two-stage headroom indicators Global Mix and Tempo Modes Headphone output High impedance inputs for instruments Push-button or footswitch selection of dry or muted audio output 20Hz-20kHz1dB frequency response
Tap Tempo Tap Tempo simplifies the process of matching the delay times and modulation rates of tempo-based presets with those of the music.Whenever a tempo-based preset is loaded, the Tap button LED flashes.To set tempo from the front panel, press the Tap button twice in time with the music. It is not required to enter what could be the delay time in milliseconds. Just press the Tap button twice, and the MPX 110 will calculate the appropriate delay time.To change tempo, just press the Tap button twice again in the new rhythm.Tempo can also be set using audio input (a must for live performances), a dual footswitch, or an external MIDI device that uses Continuous Controller or Program Change messages. MIDI Control The MPX 110 offers full MIDI control, thanks in part to a powerful editing tool called Learn Mode that allows patching of five front panel controls. Standard Continuous Controller or Program Change messages can be used to manipulate the Adjust, Effects Lvl/Bal, and Mix knobs, as well as the Bypass and Tap buttons. In addition, Program Change messages can be used to load programs. The MPX 110 also recognizes permanent, non-learnable MIDI patches that provide access to audio parameters that are not available from the front panel. These features mean that musicians never need to touch the front panel again during a live performance. And, in the studio, controls can be automated and recorded into a sequencing device for complete preset automation.
The front panel Program, Variation, Adjust, and Effects Lvl/Bal knobs provide convenient control over all 240 presets and 16 User programs. The Program and Variation knobs work together to expedite program selection. The Program knob selects among Single, Dual, and User programs, which are listed around the knob for faster selection. The Variation knob selects one of 16 variations for the selected program.The Adjust and Effects Lvl/Bal knobs demystify the process of editing programs. The Adjust knob is patched to the most
critical parameters for each preset. All it takes is a simple turn of the knob to dial in the desired sound. For some presets, the Adjust knob is patched to multiple parameters to provide simultaneous control of related effects. In addition, the Effects Lvl/Bal knob controls the level of effects in Single programs or the balance of effects in Dual programs.
Plate, Gate, Hall, Chamber, and Room - Legendary Lexicon programs that recreate the acoustics of reverberant spaces. Ambience - World-class programs available for room sounds without reverberation. Tremolo - Programs that offer classic shapes such as square, sawtooth, triangle, sine, and rectified sine. The Adjust knob changes the synchronization of the left and right sweeps to produce mono or stereo effects, and the Tap button matches the tremolo rate of the program with the tempo of the music. Rotary - Programs that simulate a Leslie-style cabinet. Like the physical model, the high (horn) and low (drum) frequencies are separated and spun in opposite directions. Horn and drum speeds are independent, designed with the acceleration and deceleration characteristics that simulate the inertia of the original mechanical elements. Chorus - Programs inherited from the award-winning PCM Series that pan six independently-randomized delay voices across the stereo field to create a rich, airy effect that multiplies a single source into several. Flange - Programs that feature two 2-tap delays, one per channel. Mixing the two tap delays together creates characteristic flange effects such as swishing, tunneling, and fading. Pitch - Programs that shift monophonic sources within a range of one octave up to two octaves down. Detune - Programs with one pair of voices per channel, one sharp and one flat. These voices add a delayed or pitch-shifted version of the source to thicken the sound, creating a particularly effective simulation of double-tracking. Delay and Echo - Programs that include mono (5.5 seconds), stereo (2.7 seconds), and 6-voice multi-tap effects each of which can be used to create tape echo or digital delay effects. Dual Programs - Programs that combine two independent effects in four routing configurations. Dual-channel processing allows the MPX 110 to combine Delay and Reverb algorithms, or either algorithm with a Flange, Pitch, or Chorus algorithm. Dual programs are available in four routing configurations: Dual Stereo (Parallel), Cascade, Mono Split, and Dual Mono.
Audio Inputs (2) Input Level: -30dBu to +4dBu Input Impedance: 500kunbalanced 1/4 connectors for direct instrument input (unit detects a mono input on the right input) Audio Outputs (2) Output Level: +8dBu typical Output Impedance: 751/4 connectors for headphone output (right used for mono output; left used for stereo headphones) Digital Audio Output: Coaxial RCA Format: 24-bit digital S/PDIF (always active) Sample Rate: 44.1kHz Footswitch: 1/4" T/R/S connector for bypass and tap Frequency Response: Wet/Dry: 20Hz - 20kHz 1dB THD + Noise: <0.05%, 20Hz - 20kHz Dynamic Range: A/D: >100dB typical, 20Hz - 20kHz unweighted A/A: >95dB typical, 20Hz 20kHz unweighted Conversion: 24-bits analog-to-digital, 24-bits analog-to-analog, 44.1kHz sample rate Crosstalk: >45dB Internal Audio DSP: 24-bit Dimensions: 19 W x 1.75 H (1U) x 4 D (483 x 45 x 102mm), rack mount standard Weight: 2.125 lbs. (.959 kg) Power Requirements: 9 volts AC (wall transformer provided in North America & Europe) Operating Temperature: 32 - 104F (0 - 40C) Maximum Humidity: 95% without condensation
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