What is the Audix i5 good for?

What is the Audix i5 good for?

The i5 is used for stage, studio, and broadcast applications and is able to handle SPLs in excess of 140 dB without distortion. The i5 cardioid microphone can be used to microphone a wide variety of musical instruments, guitars, and bass cabinets as well as vocals and speech.

Can you record acoustic guitar with SM57?

The Shure SM57 is a very capable microphone for recording an acoustic guitar. Its ability to eliminate unwanted noise make it a good choice to capture the acoustic guitar’s clarity and detail. Condenser microphones are the best option for acoustic guitar, but with care an SM57 can work well.

Are Audix Microphones good?

The Audix has a build quality that easily beats Shure, Beyerdynamic, and Sennheiser models in the same price range. The e945 and the Telefunken M80 have outstanding build quality, but they should for triple the price of an OM2. I would consider the Audix OM2 for wireless as well, but it would have to prove best.

Can you record acoustic guitar with a dynamic mic?

If your dynamic mic is omnidirectional, you would do well to place your mic about 1 foot from your acoustic guitar’s sound hole, and slightly towards the fretboard, like this… Because the mic is omni, it will pick up not just the guitar sound, but the room sound as well.

Does Audix i5 require phantom power?

The i5 is a low impedance microphone and should be plugged into a “mic level” input on your console, mixer, or recording device. Please note that your microphone does not require phantom power and will not be affected in any way by phantom power should it be running simultaneously when the microphone is in operation.

Where are Audix microphones made?

Wilsonville, Oregon
Microphones Built to Last a Lifetime Our state of the art facility in Wilsonville, Oregon is home to our research, design, fabrication, assembly, final test, and logistics operations.

What is the difference between super cardioid and hypercardioid?

A Supercardioid polar pattern is more directional than Cardioid; Hypercardioid even more so. Unlike Cardioid, both of these polar patterns have sensitive rear lobes (smaller in the Supercardioid) that pick up sound, which can make positioning these highly-directional mics somewhat tricky.

What is a hypercardioid microphone used for?

Hypercardioid microphones are generally used for the recording of instrumentals. Cardioid polar patterns (which is the parent polar pattern of hypercardioid polar pattern) has a completely positive polarity for pickups, while the bidirectional is positive at the front and negative at the back.

Is the Audix i5 a good mic?

The Audix i5 can handle high SPL, has quick response, good range, and strong off-axis rejection. Definitely my go-to instrument mic on stage. Ideal for guitar cabs and snare, I’ve also used it on acoustic guitar and mandolin with good results.

How much does the Audix i5 weigh?

The i5 comes complete with a heavy-duty mic clip and a carrying pouch. Mic your live instruments right, with Audix’s i5! Weight: 0.4 lbs.

What is the frequency response of Audix i5?

The i5 instrument microphone is sturdy, compact, and easy to position. With a wide frequency response of 50 Hz – 16 kHz, the i5 provides clear sound reproduction without having to rely on EQ. Designed, assembled, and tested by Audix in the USA.

Is the Sony i5 a good mic for singing?

The i5 is also a very competent vocal mic for stage use, while those studio singers who prefer the solid sound of a dynamic model may choose to use it that way in the studio. It doesn’t have as much obvious presence as some dynamic mics I’ve used, but this makes it easier to achieve the sound you want using moderate amounts of EQ.