Salt Lake City, UT (March 15, 2012)—Brazilian-born, New York City-based drummer/composer Mauricio Zottarelli has been using a Lexicon LXP Native Reverb plug-in in his home studio.
“The Lexicon LXP Native Reverb Plug-In is an invaluable tool in my home studio and other places where I record,” said Zottarelli, who performs more than 200 gigs a year and whose latest release, a collaboration with pianist Gilson Schachnik, is called Mozik. “The first time I heard it, I was instantly hooked. I do a lot of studio and session work and had heard many sessions being recorded with the LXP, and it always sounded fantastic. The transparency, clarity and fullness of the reverbs are just phenomenal. I decided I needed it for my home studio.”
“Since I got the Lexicon LXP, it’s on everything I do at my home studio,” Zottarelli continued. “I have used it on percussion overdubs, with hand percussion, shakers, cajon and many other instruments. Some of the plate reverb presets sound absolutely incredible with these kinds of instruments. The LXP is also great for ’rounding up’ and filling out a mix.”