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Re: Recording with wind

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  • Tim Bourquin
    A hack way to do it would be to put a thin sock over the microphone - it will act as a wind shield and should eliminate the problem. A regular windscreen is
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      A hack way to do it would be to put a thin sock over the microphone -
      it will act as a wind shield and should eliminate the problem.

      A regular windscreen is inexpensive (
      http://www.bswusa.com/prod_item.asp?item=AT8116 ) but I've found the
      sock works in a pinch.

      Tim
      PodcastBrothers.com

      --- In podcasters@yahoogroups.com, Olivier <olisker@g...> wrote:
      > Hi,
      >
      > Yesterday I record some comment for my next podcast... This day was
      > windy, not very much, but a little cold wind was blowing. When I
      > digitalise the record on my computer, I heard that the wind does a lot
      > of noise ! (mostly bass noise). My microphone has no special protection.
      > How can I minimize the effect of wind on the record ?
      >
      > As my microphone is a cheap one, a cheap tip would be appreciated :p But
      > for the next one, what could I use too ? Or is there any microphone with
      > some 'anti wind' protection ?
      >
      > Thanks,
      >
      > Olivier
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