Lexicon® 224 Digital Reverb
Lexicon 224 Digital Reverb
Lexicon 224 wonderverb!
Lexicon 224 makes my reverbsetup complete, it’s one of the best i’ve tested,
I love it!
One of the greatest
Don't wanna miss it in (almost) any mix;)
Absolutely love the sound of this 224. I have the UA 480 also which I think also sounds great but for my vocals when I play out live, I tend to prefer the 224. Hard to explain why/how it does what it does, but just bathes my vocals in this beautiful space without screaming "reverb!" that sits so nice in the mix. The plates are what I use, have one set at 1.8 seconds and the other at 3.4 seconds, and depending on the song, it's perfection. I can now understand why the 224 was used so much over the decades.
Perfect for Acoustic Guitar!
I always use this on most my vocal tracks and thought I would try it with my Acoustic Guitar and It blow me away on how good it was, Demo this and you'll love it...
I shouldn't have wait
Well, I bought the 480L first but I finally decided to go for the 224. And yeah, it is even better, at least in terms of workflow, you have everything at your fingertips and every program sounds killer on any track. My go-to in few days, now I have a friend for my RMX16...Fantastic job UA, thanks !
Like the original that I owned
The only difference is that I don't need anymore to take out the cards of the hardware unit and clean the contacts... I use it mostly for drum rooms and halls. I prefer the 480L for plates
A great experience
Working in studios in the past, I always found out that the real Lexicon reverb was a must have for a good spacial sound. Since I am working with Apollo and Luna it was one of my favorites on the list. And now I'm using this wonderful reverb sounds in the mixes and it's really a great experience. Easy to use and you really hear the difference with al other reverb plug ins. This Lexicon (the original) really brings you something and brings the different sounds of vocals and instruments together.
Expredential good reverb
This product sounds exactly like the original 224, I know because I had the original in a studio in the 1980s.
Incredible sound and low DSP
My favorite for reverb. Also needs relatively little DSP and can therefore be used multiple times in the mix. Even if there are now so many other reverb plugins, this one sounds really perfect!
I actually like this reverb, and I don’t like a lot of reverb plugins.
Best reverb UA do?
This 224 is great. Certainly the best verb UA do IMHO. Four years ago I bought the 480L for the Lex sound but ultimately have not made much use of it. It tends to take over mixes and at 60% DSP usage even with 10 cores it’s a little heavy. 224 gives a great musical sound and is the best at long tails. Learn how to use and you will love it.
One of my favorite reverb on vocal
Great sounding reverb. Love it on vocals and acoustic instrument tracks
Great sounding reverb. Must have.
Great Sounding Lexicon 224 Digital Reverb
Great Sound Reverb Lush and Big sounds from this reverb i use it most on vocals but can also be used on snares if you want bright snare hit I recommend
Amazing sound, but controlling parameters dry/wet, mode enhancement and decay optimisation by steps is very inconvenient.
Same as hardware
I own the original, there is no difference between the original and the uad plug.
LUSH it is!
Bought the 480L ... loved it but had to have the 224 for its LUSH TAILS ( unreal Beauty)
The best of the best
Unlike 480, this reverb uses few resources, which is good for my Apollo.
I love this reverb. He helps me make my mixes even better!
I use the Lexicon 224 as I used to on the hardware, back in the days.
Long reverb with a nice smooth tail.
Piano, acoustic guitar, bells and more.