Pop Filter

Tom, I live in Dallas. :wink:

Quote: (theinfamousfish @ Jun. 07 2011, 4:35 PM)

Unfortunately, I have to use a headset.

Yes, you read that right.

And I'm usually expected to record in an empty conference room. Probobly less echo in the coffin. And I have to use free software or my own. Everyone uses audacity, but I'm like, "Umm... I'd like NONDESTRUCTIVE PLEASE!" So, I'm using my own software. I put the mic as far from my mouth as possible to still get decent gain, but I have no preamp, etc., so that's not very far.

-Fish

Does your headset place the mic element out in front of your mouth? If so, that is your problem. Bend the boom so that the mic element is beside the mouth and have it so the mic element is about 1/4" away from your cheek just where your mouth begins. Mic placement makes all the difference in the world.

Paul

So how is it guys? i have found that I get the best results if I stop the “pops” before they are recorded.

So how is it guys? I have found that I get the best results if I stop the “pops” before they are recorded.

Send Pop out of the room. lol