AnyMic/i ... the microphone-based pickup system

 AnyMic in Zarge Classical

AnyMic/i ... the look of professionals ...

 



AnyMic/i ...  is an internal instrument microphone ('inbound microphone') for acoustical instruments - where it acts with the comfort of a pickup system but convinces with the tremendous sound qualities of a condenser microphone

AnyMic/i is a modern microphone-based sound pickup solution taking all contemporary scientific knowledge of instrument physics  into account. The development was accompanied by a lot of help and advice from highly qualified lutihers in order to avoid any infringement of the integrity of the instrument and to achieve a perfect result by having your instrument sound perfectly natural.

 


Nothing is attached to the soundboard (guitar top) ...

So the integrity of the instrument is fully preserved due to the way of mounting in the side.


 

You can insert an AnyMic/i straight into the instrument - without any futher internal cabeling.

Like any other  condenser microphone it is powered  from phantom power of a usual XLR microphone cable.
Forget about any 'empty battery' troubles ....

  • AnyMic/i only needs the mounting hole in the side ...
  • No batteries needed and no cables inside the instrument 


Drill, insert, fixate ... done!

You just have to connect the microphone cable - and here we go
... with a true microphone sound quality ...

AnyMic I Rev3 woundupAnyMic I Cartridge Rev3

 

AnyMic I Placement

With AnyMic/i the microphone cartridge is placed and suspended by a gooseneck in the  sonic space inside the instrument.

Any touch with the soundboard (guitar top) is avoided in order not to compromise the integrity of the instrument.

A ultra-light gooseneck holds the microphone cardtridge just 3cm away from the center of vibration. In this zone all sound qualities of the instrument are fully present, so that even low-cost instruments sound considerably better.

For top-class instruments is therefore guaranteed, that their sound qualities are fully presented. The instrument will show-up with its sound qualities to full extend even if it is played amplified through an acoustic amplifier, a mixer or PA (public acoustics system).

 

Features:

  • Suitable for practically all instruments with an acoustic body
    • Classical  and western-guitars, Mandolines, Ukuleles, Acoustic bass, ...
    • Drums, Kongas, Bongos, Cajons...
      (A soundhole cover is necessary if the instrument should be played amplified)

  • Autonomous XLR connector. So it can be used in parallel with an existing transducer-/piezo system
  • No batteries or power supplies needed
  • Mounting in minutes  - all from the outside
    You do not even have to loosen the strings ...
  • Easiest change of microphone cartridge (push/pull) within minutes.
  • Slim-line XLR connector with gold-plated contacts
  • Long-life without impact on sound due to avoidance of electrolytic capacitors
  • Differential transmission technology ("balanced"/"symmetric") with noise elimination
  • Due to the XLR connector no DI box is needed. AnyMic/i is implicitly a DI.

 

Technical data:

  • Frequency range: 20..20Khz
  • Signal/Noise ratio: >60db


AnyMic/i needs:

  • XLR microphone input on a pre-amp with phantom-feed (24..48Volts; market-conforming)
  • An external equalizer is recommended, if you not using a mixer, an acoustic amplifier or PA system which have equalizers built-in usually.

... and you might have all this, if you have already worked with traditional microphones ...

 



Why AnyMic/i ?

  • Positioning in front of microphones mounted to a microphone stand is history with an AnyMic/i.
    An AnyMic/i is and remains permanently in position since it is firmly mounted inside your instrument. Regardless how you move with your instrument ... in the studio, on stage, the rehearsal room or whereever else. You just enjoy the comfort of a pickup-system with the sound qualities of a true condenser microphone ... in combination ...
  • The instrument sound is -recorded with a microphoe- far better than with any other solution
  • Noise from the environment (door flapping, steps, coughing & rustling from the audience is much better shielded, if the microphone is built into the instrument body. If a soundhole cover is used, any outside noise is excluded in general anyway.

 

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