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Dragonpad USA Pop filter Studio Microphone Mic Wind Screen Pop Filter
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- 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
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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.
For what it's worth I later bought a $13 desk clamp mic stand with a free pop filter and that filter is identical to this sans the Dragonpad logo.
I use it in conjunction with my Blue Microphones Snowball USB Microphone (Brushed Aluminum) but I've had to be creative in getting them to work together. When using the built-in tripod of my Blue Microphone Snowball, the Dragonpad pop filter is just to heavy for the microphone. Manipulating the screen was no use because, no matter what position I tried, the screen would fall out of place just because it was in an awkward condition. Finally, I hung my Snowball upside down in a suspension boom scissor arm microphone holder. It has been working fine for quite a long time now.
Very good, would get again.
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
It grips surfaces with a mounting bracket. For me, it works fine, but I can understand why people might have problems with it, especially if you want to mount it to a tripod or mic arm.
The screen itself is pretty large to adapt to multiple mic sizes, but it you have a smaller mic, it will be a little comical seeing how much it can outsize it. Works all the same though.
All in all, it's a good pop filter for a decent price!