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Re: Lexicon LXP15's...

>> From: Mike Biffle <Mike.Biffle@asml.com>
-- I really loved the detailed way I could control my LXP15 delays with cc 
control... It's such a big, heavy box though that I grew tired of having 
it invade my otherwise tidy rack. I may still end up with another one 
though because it was such a friendly and deep user interface. Great 
balance between simplicity and complexity... great verbs too...

> Agreed and how, I have a 15 in my rack (sits at the bottom!) and really 
>get off on being able to tweak the delay length, then go in and add some 
>reverb or take it away or notch it up a few semi-tones. That machine is a 
>real sleeper. Have you had any experince with the LXP-15II. I read 
>somewhere that it has a much longer delay than the 15?

I've had both... 2 LXP15II's and 1 LXP15. The only real difference is the 
faceplate changed - and the mix ratio on about half the patches. Same 
stuff, just a more performance oriented slant on the II's and a cosmetic 
facelift. My second LXP15II seemed like it had more artifacts and 
zippering than the first, which really bugged me. It was seriously abused 
in the shipping though... that's about the only thing I can figure. I 
still might get another one. They go for a pittance of their original 
price now...