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Dragonpad USA Pop filter Studio Microphone Mic Wind Screen Pop Filter
- Economical solution to help get your best vocal recordings
- Wind Screen
- Convenient and easy use. Swivel mount for easy installation
- Protects your microphone from surplus spit caused by over eager performers
- 360 degree flexible gooseneck holder, convenient for use
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Dragonpad USA Studio Microphone Mic Wind Screen Pop Filter Use the Dragonpad USA Studio Microphone Mic Wind Screen Pop Filter to immediately improve the sound of your vocal recordings!
Plosive sounds such as "p" and "b" create a sudden burst of air pressure that can create a bassy "pop" in your vocal recordings, ruining what could have been the perfect take.
Screen Diameter: 6"
Neck Length: 13"
One wind screen shield
Top Customer Reviews
One complaint I have is with its design, it's very hard to find a good position to attach it to the microphone base. So be aware, Blue Yeti owners. Of course, for a filter, I don't even need it to perfectly mount to the base. As long as it stays there while recording, it's good enough, but still, it's some improvement they can make.
With this price, it's a great product.
This works as well as my musician brothers $80.00 pop filter. I am not a pro but I do narrate my own videos and animations for YouTube, and the Dragonpad is very effective. It is very sleek looking and the arm has a rubber coating that slows rusting. My pop filter has banished hissing and lisping sounds that appeared when pronouncing letters like “s”, and the popping that follows letters “p” and “b”. The pop filter is double layered to filter popping accurately, also preventing any spit from damaging my precious microphone. (I have been known to spit sometimes.)
The gooseneck is 360-degree flexible, being extremely convenient for use and easy to handle even for me... : ) . The swivel mount provides a nice lock that attaches the entire pop filter to the surface where you attach it to.
For the price you can't go wrong with this gem. HIGHLY recommended.
Edit: I discovered that when blowing through the pop filter screen, negligible air passes through. I guess that's a good thing! : )
Five bucks! FIVE BUCKS!
Dragonpad pop filter Studio Microphone Mic Wind Screen Pop Filter Swivel Mount 360 Flexible Gooseneck Holder
CAD U37 USB Condenser microphone. Or was it the microphone first and then the filter? I'm not familiar with any mic or as a matter of fact any recording instruments. This is my first attempt at the whole process. I have a good friend who is in the recording business whom I turned to for help. After listening to my ideas of what I wanted to do he gave me the name of three good microphones and suggested I do a little research before purchasing. The one thing he did point out was no matter what I purchased I should get a Pop filter to go along with it. I had never heard of such a thing but took his advise and ordered this
Dragonpad Pop Filter. Well my new computer system came in and a couple of days later a good supply of acessories from Amazon including the
CAD U37 and the filter. Being handicapped I must rely on others for everything from opening the boxes to complete setup of the entire system. I also need to use voice recognition software which is the reason for the recording equipment. Once the computer technician left I called my sound expert to set up the mic, filter and software. The mic is USB so that was easy as well as the software. He waited to attach the filter until we could check everything out. Once all was set up we tested the mic and software and all work fine. We did some simple voice recording as well and all seemed great to me. Then he attached the filter and again made similar recording tests. The difference between the unfiltered voice recording and the filtered recording though not day and night was still much better with the filter. Now I understood why the filter was so important for him to recommend. There was no cracklings, no hum or noise like breathing, background noise like the stereo was almost non existent and my voice actually sounded better. For the cheap price of the filter I believe it's worth every penny. Set up was as simple as attaching the clam and adjusting the screen. I read that some have trouble with the attachment and I can see why. The CAD U37 comes with a tripod like stand and attaching was simple. Perhaps a different stand could make a difference for those with this problem. All in all the filter does make a big difference and I'm very pleased with the purchase.
This item was purchased without any financial considerations and full Amazon retail was paid.