- Category: Windscreens & Shockmounts
- Last Updated on Saturday, August 27, 2011
- Fred Ginsburg
Two of the worst problems that plague location sound recording are rumble and wind noise.
Rumble can be defined as unwanted bass vibrations transmitted through objects into the mic capsule itself. Examples of rumble include ground or floor vibrations caused by nearby traffic, heavy footsteps, and building/structural vibrations. In addition to rumble, a closely related malady is that of handling noise -- created by the friction or light tapping of human fingers, either directly against the microphone itself or conducted through whatever means by the microphone is supported (e.g. fishpole).
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