Elkhart, IN (April 7, 2009)--Lexicon has unveiled its I·ONIX U22, U42S and U82S USB desktop recording interfaces.
Aiming to transform a computer into a professional 24-bit digital recording studio, each package includes the USB 2.0 desktop recording interface, Steinberg Cubase LE4 multitrack PC and Mac recording software, Toontrack EZdrummer Lite virtual instrument software and the new Lexicon Pantheon II VST/AU reverb plug-in.
The I·ONIX sits between the user's keyboard and monitor. Each desktop recording interface features newly designed dbx microphone preamps on all analog inputs. The preamps are driven by a high-voltage supply for stability and to provide recordings across a wide dynamic range. Performance-driven A/D-D/A converters offer 24-bit/96 kHz audio quality.
Director of marketing for Lexicon, Randy Garrett, stated, "Lexicon is committed to bringing the same quality equipment to casual and aspiring musicians that it has provided to professionals for years. In-depth research into home and project studio recording provided the inspiration for the unique, ergonomic shape of the new I·ONIX Series. In addition, the no-compromise design guarantees outstanding audio performance."