Better Versatility with an Expanded Tonal Range
Expand your versatility and tonal range by combining two sources in one system. Capturing the guitar with the strengths of two sources empowers you to dial in a more complex sound and provides versatility for a better quality performance in a variety of environments. An internally mounted preamp allows you to send separate signals in stereo or seamlessly mix both sources with a soundhole mounted remote.
iMix™ Classical (for Nylon-stringed guitars)
Mixing Systems Options
The iMix pairs the acclaimed fidelity of the iBeam with the presence and feedback resistance of the Element for the best of both worlds. The miniature preamp mounts non-destructively inside of the guitar and features audiophile circuitry for our signature sound and gives you the option of running in mono or stereo modes. The electronics provide ample flexibility to fine tune the response of your guitar and a soundhole mounted remote includes volume and mix controls for adjustments on-the-fly.
- Includes iBeam and Element pickups
- All-discrete miniature preamp/mixer
- Mono or stereo operation
- Variable iBeam low cut for optimum bass response
- Tunable mid contours for iBeam and Element
- Prewired strapjack harness
- Remote control II
- Battery bag
The iMix Classical pairs a specially notched version of the iBeam designed for fan braced guitars with the presence and feedback resistance of the Element for the best of both worlds. The miniature preamp mounts non-destructively inside of the guitar and features audiophile circuitry for our signature sound and gives you the option of running in mono or stereo modes. The electronics provide ample flexibility to fine tune the response of your classical guitar and a soundhole mounted remote includes volume and mix controls for adjustments on-the-fly.
The Dual Source combines our dynamically rich Element pickup with a high quality condenser microphone for enhanced ambience and acoustic depth. A miniature, internally mounted preamp provides tone shaping for a dialed in sound on any guitar and a lightweight remote gives you onboard volume and mix control.
- Element undersaddle pickup
- Omnidirectional FET condenser microphone
- Phase reverse on pickup channel
- Tunable low cut filter for microphone
- Battery Bag
Mixing Systems Artists
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Musical production question: recording vocals
I have a phantom powered condenser microphone and I want to know how to get it to work and connect to a computer sound card. I have a notebook computer and think I need to get some type of external sound card- basically something better than the factory card I have now. If I won't be able connect it to a sound card, what do I need to get it to record directly to my editing software, Adobe Audition 3.0, with very high quality? Trying to get a truly professional sound for a song I've written.
Here is the mic:
Also I've got a AudioTechnica battery powered condenser thats pretty good for overhead mic or acoustic.
Battery powered mics are electret condensers. Phantom powered mics are usually regular diaphram condenser. Its a slightly different mic.
Some electret condensers are very good, but these usually also run on phantom power too and I find they sound better with actual phantom power. The AKG C1000 is sort of an industry standard for certain applications and its battery powered.