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(1) 480L with LARC
The most realistic reverb available and stunning effects that maintain the harmonic integrity of the incoming signal through to the output.
With resident software, the 480L has 21 Banks of 10 Presets each containing the widest variety available of premier quality algorithms, including the Classic 480 Halls, and Rooms, Brick Wall, Silica Beads,and 40 Voice Effects (like the Classic Vocal Whispers), Digital Compression, Stereo Adjust mastering, 3 second stereo or 6 second mono Sampler, Prime Time III, Mix Finish, Doppler and Pitch Effects, Plates, Random Halls, Rooms and Ambience (the smallest room size now extends down to 2 square meters).
* Classic 480 Halls and Rooms, Brick Wall, Silica Beads, 40 Voice Effects, Digital Compression, Stereo Adjust mastering, 3s stereo or 6s mono Sampler, Prime Time Mix Finish, Doppler and Pitch Effects, Plates, Random Halls, Rooms and Ambience
* 2-in/4-out stereo processing
* Modular multi-machine architecture allows simultaneous usage by two LARCs
* Full Dynamic MIDI? implementation
* AES/EBU Digital I/O Board Option
Founded in 1971, Lexicon has become one of the world's premier manufacturers of home theater and professional electronics. Innovative technologies, such as LOGIC 7, have helped Lexicon to push the boundaries of home entertainment. Lexicon audio systems are now available in the Rolls Royce Phantom, and LOGIC 7 in models from BMW, Mercedes and Land Rover. Lexicon is a division of Harman Specialty Group.
Input/output processors are used for multichannel sound recording in real time. Capable of studio-grade fidelity, these specialized soundcards are used in professional sound engineering and make use of an audio stream input output protocol. These kinds of I/O audio processor soundcards are fitted with multiple input and output connections, usually USB, FireWire or some kind of optical interface so that a larger amount of data can be carried than with a normal sound card. Input/output processors also emphasize higher fidelity and sampling rates, as they are intended for real-time audio mixing and multi-channel recording. Due to their highly specialized nature, input/output processors are not considered practical for home users, as they lack certain features common in consumer soundcards, such as real-time ambience effects, environmental audio extensions and the ability to accelerate hardware in video games, as these are considered to be undesirable. Input/output processors feature a specially designed protocol that is capable of handling numerous inputs and outputs for audio, as consumer soundcards have a sampling latency that is comparatively large, and therefore unsuitable for professional applications. Consumer soundcards simply take too long to convert and transfer a sound sample to the hard drive of a computer, and they are also limited in the amount of bit depths and effective sampling rates they can process. Input/output processors typically have multiple channels, rather than just the two provided on most consumer soundcards, and there connectors are more accessible.