Lexicon Omega
Lexicon Omega

Omega, USB audio interface from Lexicon.

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theaudioandvideoguy 25/07/2012

Lexicon Omega: Produktbewertung von theaudioandvideoguy (content in English)

"had a few small issues"

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The Lexicon Omega Recoding Studio was an all in one studio that came with Cubase, after using this setup for a while I had to upgrade, for some reason I fell out of love with it. Mainly because I really didn’t like using Cubase for my recordings. I have used Cubase for other parts of my music but I hate recording in Cubase, then when I would try to use the Lexicon Omega Studio interface in another one of my DAW's on my pc it wouldn’t work correctly. This was a major problem , and it kept me constricted to just using it with Cubase so I was forced to get rid of it, but a good buddy of mine didn’t have an interface so I pretty much just gave it to him. At this point it was an older piece of gear anyways and I didn’t care about selling it so I gave it away and it worked great for him because he was just getting into music and really wanted to start with Cubase and work his way up.


I think with everything that you get with this package makes it worth the money spent. Cubase is a great program to have especially if you are going to be producing music, but if you are recording and going to mix your songs I don’t suggest using Cubase. The interface itself is pretty good though, its not very well built and couldn’t take much wear and tear but the quality that you will get is very nice.


It has ultra low latency so there are not gaps in time while recording or at least to the naked ear. You wont be able to hear the latency at all. There are not really any interfaces that don’t have latency anyways so its as close as you can get to zero latency.


It is worth the buy, but only if you want work with Cubase. When trying to use this interface in other digital audio workstations and programs it will cause some problems down the road.