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Expensive considering feature set. The most interesting piece has to be Lexicon’s own Pantheon II reverb. As is the case with most interfaces nowadays, the U22 comes bundled with some free software. Although Lexicon made its name with high-end digital reverb units, it’s branched out in recent years. Obviously, you’ll need to leave space for cabling, but the side access for headphones and instrument jack makes perfect sense. The U22 has a solid, chunky metal chassis, and feels at home betwixt keyboard and screen.

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Obviously, you’ll need to leave space for cabling, but the side access for headphones and instrument jack leexicon perfect sense. As is the case with most interfaces nowadays, the U22 comes bundled with some free software.

But even so, once you’ve registered the program, you’re eligible for the upgrade path. Unfortunately, the U22 acts as a dongle, so don’t expect Pantheon II to work without the interface attached. The lack of digital connections on a unit lexicln this price is surprising, however, and coupled with the fact that there’s no additional software monitoring, it doesn’t feel as well spec’d as similarly-priced alternatives.

No software monitoring options.

Should you want to lesicon these, all 16 parameters are laid out on one page, and the plug-in is pretty CPU-efficient, too. Pros Direct hardware monitoring.

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Most connections are hidden round the back – including MIDI In and Out – although the instrument and headphone jacks are conveniently positioned on the sides. You won’t find any form of digital audio connectivity either. Sonically, the U22 performs well, and there’s plenty of juice in the mic preamps for most situations. Plugging into the instrument jack automatically engages input 1, and there’s a useful LED indicator just below the gain knob, in case you forget that it’s active.

Even so, the ergonomic design is very practical, and we’re surprised that more manufacturers haven’t gone down this path.

Lexicon Ionix U22 review | MusicRadar

Both mic inputs can supply 48V phantom power a single switch activates both channels and, once again, there’s a front panel LED indicator. The U22 has a solid, chunky lexucon chassis, and feels at home betwixt keyboard and screen.

Tactile interface with stylish metering. This VST and AU plug-in includes six reverb types ambience, chamber, hall, room, plate and customspread across 35 presets. Expensive considering feature set. Although Lexicon made its name with high-end digital reverb units, it’s branched out in recent years.

The mic preamps themselves use a new high-voltage design from dbx, with a maximum gain of 58dB. The Ionix range of three desktop-friendly audio interfaces is the company’s latest offering – they’re all designed to sit between your computer keyboard and monitor. The most interesting piece has to be Lexicon’s own Pantheon II reverb.

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With only MB of content included, it doesn’t exactly set the world on fire, plus you’re limited to one basic drum kit and one percussion kit. Our Verdict The U22 is solid, if underpowered, but we won’t deny that its physical attributes give it a lot of appeal. The U22 is solid, if underpowered, but we won’t deny that its physical attributes give it a lot of appeal.

The fact that the monitor mix affects both the ‘phones and main output could be slightly annoying but, on a more positive note, there’s a very useful switch that determines whether or not the inputs are blended to mono for the monitor feed or hard panned.