Elite Acoustics Stomp Mix 4
Todd Simpson
Jan 26 2020, 08:27 AM
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I recently reviewed the STOMP MIX 4 from ELITE ACOUSTICS. It's a stomp box that also happens to be a 4 channel mixer with on board DSP (eq, reverb, delay, gate, compressor). It's not an audio interface. It's mixer that fits on a pedal board. I borrowed it from the vendor to try it out and review. I don't think it's for me as I am not it's target market, I was mostly just curious about it. Do you think you'd need something like this?



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Jan 26 2020, 08:47 PM
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Jan 26 2020, 09:33 PM
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Sorry a bout that, vid was accidently set to private. Should work now smile.gif

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Jan 29 2020, 03:44 PM
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The X6 would be perfect for me when I do acoustic worship sets with another guy, him on guitar and vocals and me with mandolin and vocals. minimum setup

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Todd Simpson
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This unit and it's big brother are very handy units indeed. They pack a lot of features in to a very small footprint. Even the x6 can fit on a pedal board. Both units provide enough dsp to provide fx and level/tone control without having to use a large sound board. Very clever design.

here is a vid with the big brother x6.


I recorded my review directly through the unit with a phantom powered mic to show how well it supports about any mic you throw at it. Great little unit!
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The X6 would be perfect for me when I do acoustic worship sets with another guy, him on guitar and vocals and me with mandolin and vocals. minimum setup

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