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Old 05-18-2019, 10:40 AM
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Default Lexicon PCM Native Reverb presets scrambled

Hi all,

Since upgrading from Sierra to High Sierra (on my A rig) and Mojave (on my B rig) the presets for the Lexicon PCM Native Reverb are all scrambled. An instance of a preset called "Large Hall" on Sierra will open up on High Sierra or Mojave with all the actual parameters intact but will be called something different, like "Medium Hall"

This plugin hasn't been updated since 2016, and when I called their support they acknowledged the issue but were vague about a fix.

Anyone else have this problem? Perhaps if there are enough of us with this rather large issue we can apply some pressure on Harmon to fix this.
Will Russell
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