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Silvertone

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Re: Pop Filter shootout (ANSWERS ADDED TO ORIGINAL POST)
« Reply #30 on: July 31, 2010, 01:45:55 pm »

Great test JJ... I stopped using pop filters about 15 years ago... I make the singer improve their mic technique instead! If you show the singer a couple tricks usually you don't need one (with a skilled performer that is).

As for the Leslie... I know what you mean ...  as you know so many people mic them incorrectly and cause phase issues and cancellations to occur...

Thanks again for reviving this thread, I missed it first time around.
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Re: Pop Filter shootout (ANSWERS ADDED TO ORIGINAL POST)
« Reply #31 on: August 04, 2010, 03:59:33 pm »

Really interesting test J.J. Many thanks.

I thought number 3 was both the most effective at reducing the plosives and preserved the natural sound the best. All the hard consonants came out naturally without any tilt.

Number 5, a close second.
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