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Recording Acoustic with a TonePort


(@off-he-goes)
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I have a Line 6 TonePort GX, that I want to start recording my acoustics with. I've been plugging my A/E into the input and it sounds okay, but my other acoustic doesn't have electronics, and I'd just rather mic them for recording.

I know that a condensor mic is the way to go for acoustics, and I've been looking at the Behringer C-3. The thing is that I don't think the TonePort GX, which is the smallest one, unlike the UX-1 and UX-2, has phantom power. So basically, I want to know what I would need in order to run a condensor mic into my TonePort?

Thanks,

Paul

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You could use a mic pre-amp with phantom power as the Behringer TUBE ULTRAGAIN MIC100 http://www.behringer.com/MIC100/index.cfm?lang=ENG
/kalle

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