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    Lexicon 480l

    Wish uad will come up with a plug for this hardware.
    What do u guys say?
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    buy relab or get it through slate's new subscription service and save your ua dsp ?
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    yes Relab LX480 is the perfect Lex 480
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    Agreed, Relab is the next best thing to a 480. The downside is there is no installer, updates are non-existant, and support is pretty lackluster. A small price to pay for what is certainly the best reverb of its' type though.

    Still, if Lex gave the license to UA they'd get their piece, and we could get a verb of equal quality with proper support and updates (and DSP usability).
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    Somehow i always trust uad to do the best job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ido View Post
    Somehow i always trust uad to do the best job.
    Relab is Martin Lind. He started out porting over Lexicon algorithms to the Pulsar/Scope DSP cards back in 2001. He then ported a dumbed down native version (only because computers were so weak back then), which is IK Multimedia's Classik Studio Reverb. Basically, we're talking about a guy who's spent the last 15 years completely focused on Lexicon reverbs, that's why he's done such a good job.
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    By the way, it might be interesting to note that Mr. Lind has posted on this forum occasionally. He posts under the name "Warp69" I believe - same name that he uses at the Relab website. When I realized that he was the same "Warp69" I sent him a message to congratulate him on a fine reverb.
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    I don't think there's really much room for improvement on the Relab 480.
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    Nice. I will give it a try

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Hepworth View Post
    I don't think there's really much room for improvement on the Relab 480.
    Except AAX and additional algorithms - the 480L have quite a number (18+) of algorithms with the two expansion cards - 11 of them related to reverberation
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