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Founded in 1971 and headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, Lexicon is an audio company that designs and manufactures a wide range of professional audio equipment.
Rising to fame as a producer of digital delay and reverb systems, Lexicon is a name commonly found in professional recording studios. Considered by many as the godfather of digital reverb, Lexicon has been responsible for landmark systems including the model 224 and the 480L. These were large-format systems designed for studio use, but no good for the road. Adjusting to the needs of touring artists (and smaller project studios), Lexicon introduced the PCM series, following the PCM-60 with the PCM-70 (used by Pink Floyd). Lexicon continued the PCM series in the 2000s with new mid-level units including the PCM-96 and PCM-96 Surround, standalone reverb units that easily integrate into DAWs.
Lexicon followed up their success in the digital effects realm by pioneering the Hard Disk Recording market, where they have produced dedicated recording units as well as populat audio interface ranges including the Alpha and Omega ranges.