Via q-trajectory encoding, b-tensors enable the disentanglement of isotropic and anisotropic diffusion components. Relevant metrics are usually extracted from data acquired with a combination of linear and spherical b-tensors with 1D parametric distributions of diffusivities. Independently, the DIAMOND model proposed an analytic result for a 6D parametric compartmental tensor distribution based on linearly acquired data. In this work, we extend DIAMOND’s analyticity to axisymmetric acquisitions. Evaluating this "Magic DIAMOND" approach on in vivo data, we show that it can tease apart isotropic diffusion and diffusivity compartments of crossing fascicles, hereby integrating specific compartments with intra-compartment diffusional variance.