Highly acclaimed producer Steve Levine recently put the Lexicon PCM Native Reverb Plug-In to the test with some of the most exciting young artists in music today. Working with artists such as Patch William and Natalie McCool, Levine utilized the Lexicon Plug-In on tracks for each of their new recordings.
“The Lexicon Plug-In is so easy to use. With every track you work on, you can customize the sound and adjust everything from source reflections to the room size much easier than you could with the hardware, and it recalled as part of the track” stated Levine.
For Levine, working with Lexicon is something he has become accustomed to throughout his career. “In the past I used the Lexicon 224, 480 and to this day I still use the PCM 42. With Lexicon, you know the type of FX you are going to get and what the quality of the sound is,” stated Levine.
“With the younger generation of musicians, they don’t necessarily know the heritage of Lexicon, but when they hear something they like, they will ask you what they are hearing. That has been the case on more than one occasion when I’ve been using the Lexicon Plug-In,” added Levine.
Additionally, the enhanced automation control that the Native Reverb plug-in offers is another major benefit. “I now have easy control of the parameters, plus a whole new way of adding reverb as an insert on a given track in addition to the normal send/return method that’s traditionally used and that’s a major benefit,” stated Levine.
Steve has won numerous prestigious awards including BPI Producer of the Year, Musicweek Top Singles Producer as well as a Grammy for his work with Deniece Williams. Steve is a Director of PRS for music, MCPS, BASCA & a member of the MU executive committee and was recently appointed Chairman of The Music Producer’s Guild.
The Lexicon Native Reverb Plug-In Bundle is a fully functional cross-platform plug-in that is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, and 7 along with MAC OSX 10.4, 10.5, 10.6, Power PC and Intel based.
For more information on Steve Levine, please visit http://www.stevelevine.co.uk/.