I actually have a big problem with my bedroom studio set-up.
I have an Samson C03 Condenser Microphone, which is powered up using my Rolls MP13 Mini Pre-amp. My mini preamp does include phantom power because other wise my microphone isnt going to be working. But my problem is. My microphone is covered using a Pop Filter, so the “POPS” are’nt supposed to make any noise. But, somehow when i record I can still hear the “POP” through my headphones. The only way the “POP” could go away is if I adjust my pre-amp volume and the microphone volume. People have told me to adjust my PC volume but ive tried it and nothing, the pops are still there. I want to be able to use my Microphone to its potential not a little less which would make me have to scream into the microphone. It gets really aggrivating knowning i cant use my microphone to its limits. If you would like an example of the “POP” im talking about check out my myspace page. Listen to “Victim Freestyle” 1:04 is when the “POP” happens. To take note, i record about 6-8 inches away from my microphone. Something isnt going right here.
Now dont get my wrong. The microphone does sound good the way it is with the volume adjusted and all, but I want to be able to use my microphone to its potential.
My second concern is, my microphone is located in my room. I use my closet as a little booth, the closet is surrounded by quilts and everything of the sort in order for my voice to have a better sound quality, but I can hear alot of other things in the background im not supposed to, sort of like long eletrical sounds… [ dont know how to explain ] lol. Any advice to get rid of this noise would be appreciated.
This is my problem. Any advice or help would be gladly appreciated.
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