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Old 02-11-2018, 12:12 AM
Ameridane Ameridane is offline
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Windscreens will NOT reduce the sound of breathing. They will reduce popping.

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Hold your breath? [emoji6] I have similar problems with "nose whistling" sometimes. You hear it because you're recording it and are hyper sensitive to everything. But most people won't heart it.
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Old 02-13-2018, 11:01 AM
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Guys thanks for all the replies.
As I bought them recently and I'm new to the recording world, I didn't realize that I used to point both microphones upwards (due a gravity issue, I don't have the "microphone stand" or holder so if I pointed them downwards they would fall) directly to my face.
The solution was just to point both mics downwards, to the guitar body. I had to improvise a little stand for the mics but that's okay.
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I'm also considering in buying a piezoelectric (is that how you call them in english?) or a soundhole pickup to record both with a mic condenser and via direct line to reduce the amount of external noise (making the input volume of mic condenser a little lower than the direct line).
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Old 02-13-2018, 11:22 AM
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If you're playing finger style, the K&K Mini sounds relatively quackless. I had a local luthier install it for me on my D28S Martin. No batteries, no switches. I just plug the cord into the strap button and play.
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