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#8 Pop Filter For Studio Vocal Mics.

 

These weren’t all that common before “We Are The World” was recorded, but after that video was released this was a must have for every studio.  The pop filter eliminate the harsh air overload that usually accompanies words that begin with the letter P.

 

Commercially versions of these can range anywhere from $25 to more than $100.  A home budget one can be made out of house hold items.  My person first pop filter was made from coat hanger, nylon stocking and a couple of pieces of duct tape, but by using a inexpensive embroidery hope the end result looks cleaner.

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rs15oxOIec

 

There’s ways to block of some unwanted sounds and frequencies from the back of the mic, too, which leads to our #7 Top 10 D.I.Y. projects for musicians.