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Lexicon Launches Omega Bundle

Salt Lake City, UT (November 30, 2009)--Lexicon's newly launched Omega Studio Desktop Recording Bundle is an integrated computer recording package that can transform a PC or Mac into a professional 24-bit recording studio.
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Salt Lake City, UT (November 30, 2009)--Lexicon's newly launched Omega Studio Desktop Recording Bundle is an integrated computer recording package that can transform a PC or Mac into a professional 24-bit recording studio.

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The package combines Lexicon's Omega Studio USB recording interface with Steinberg Cubase LE 4 multi-track audio and MIDI recording software, the Lexicon Pantheon VST reverb plug-in, and an AKG D 88 S lead vocal microphone and mic cable.

The recording interface is built around a mixer paradigm, offering an 8-input, 4-bus, 2-output, USB I/O mixer with inserts, instrument input, MIDI I/O, and complete metering and monitoring functions with the ability to record up to 4-tracks at once. The Omega I/O mixer makes it easy to record, arrange, edit, process and mix music. A user gets intuitive hands-on control over the most important functions, creating a interface for creative recording.

Cubase LE 4 integrates with the Omega I/O mixer to achieve a 48-track complete recording solution that includes all of the modules that you need to track, edit, and mix. The Pantheon VST reverb plug-in allows the user to add reverb and delay to create a polished and professional mix. In addition, the AKG D 88 S dynamic handheld microphone for lead vocalists completes the package.

"The Omega Studio Bundle represents Lexicon's continued commitment to give users the highest quality recording options for their home studio. This complete package provides someone with everything they need to capture the moment and begin recording immediately at price points that make this recording bundle accessible to all musicians and recording enthusiasts," stated Randy Garrett, director of marketing for Lexicon.

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