keyboard/mouse clicks? would this prevent keyboard and mouse clicks from being picked up? if not, any recommendation on what would? i have blue snow ball usb mic...

thanks in advance...
asked by Fernando Blanco on March 5, 2011
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No, as it does not cover the entire mic. It is designed to go between the audio source and the microphone, and specifically to stop wind noise.

What would fix the issue you're describing is either a) investing in a quieter keyboard and mouse, or b) Dialing down the gain on your microphone and speaking more directly in to it, at which point you'd want this product, as it will prevent your "p"s, "b"s, and "t"s from creating loud popping noises in the recording.

Not much you can do to prevent a microphone from doing it's job - that is to say, hearing sounds :-)
David Schripsema answered on April 11, 2011
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I play SC2 and D3 and I have loud keyboard/mouse clicks
Does the snowball filter any of it with its Cardioid mode?
Doug D. Le answered on April 6, 2012
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depending on if you keyboard/mouse is very loud or if it is quite, the pop filter will filter it out. My keyboard is really loud so it wouldn't filter all of it, just most of it. Quite keyboards most likely will become silent.
P. Dowd answered on November 21, 2012
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You can also edit out keyboard and mouse clicks by using sound-editing software --- after you have done the recording.
OES Lady answered on January 5, 2013
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