A powerhouse heap of legacy and development, the PCM Total Bundle is a definitive studio module bundle for making proficient, helpful blends inside well known DAWs, for example, Pro Tools®, Logic®, Nuendo® or some other VST® good host. Intended to carry superb sonic quality to the entirety of your sound applications, the PCM Total Bundle will become the dominant focal point in your DAW.
Lexicon has announced that its LXP Native Reverb Bundle has started shipping. This bundle is a collection of Lexicon's four most popular reverbs: Chamber, Hall, Plate and Room, with more than 220 of "the most versatile and finely crafted studio presets" from Lexicon's vast library of sounds.
The Lexicon LXP Native bundle is not a plug-in version of their hardware LXP-1 digital reverb from years ago--it's WAY more. It has the great sounds of the four most popular reverbs Lexicon is known for: Chamber, Hall, Plate, and Room. With over 200 factory preset sounds ready to go, it's iLok authorized, comes as VST, AU and RTAS and runs under Windows XP, Vista, and 7 and MAC OS 10.4 or above and on Power PCs or MacTel computers.
The LXP's ambient treatment was blended with the original sound of the drum kit and EQ'd or compressed making it a more cohesive whole sound to my ears. I liked that the Wet/Dry control stays put when toggling through different categories and presets plus the 3-D multi-dimensional real-time display (a smaller version of the one in the high-end Lexicon PCM Native Reverb bundle) shows three different views of everything that is going on with the reverberation--even sonic components I can't hear! You can see the effects of changing the more arcane reverb parameters such as RT HiCut, BassRT or Shape and Spread.
Oh, never mind. it was on the title, silly me ?Any ways, do you have win version of this?(this has a couple of plugins less than this one: -audioware-plugins-bundle-vst-rtas-aax-x86-x64/ 2b1af7f3a8