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studio projects pop filter
    pop filter
  • A screen placed on a microphone grille that attenuates or filters out pop disturbances before they strike the microphone diaphragm. Usually made of open-cell plastic foam or silk, a pop filter reduces pop and wind noise
  • A pop filter or pop shield is an anti-pop noise protection filter for microphones, typically used in a recording studio. It serves to reduce or eliminate 'popping' sounds caused by the mechanical impact of fast moving air on the microphone during recorded speech and singing.
  • A pop filter is a handy device used to remove the plosive "popping" sound that is typically picked up with a microphone when a 'p' or 't' sound is made. This is caused by a rush or air hitting the diaphragm of a microphone.
    projects
  • An individual or collaborative enterprise that is carefully planned and designed to achieve a particular aim
  • A school assignment undertaken by a student or group of students, typically as a long-term task that requires independent research
  • (project) undertaking: any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted; "he prepared for great undertakings"
  • A proposed or planned undertaking
  • (project) stick out: extend out or project in space; "His sharp nose jutted out"; "A single rock sticks out from the cliff"
  • (project) communicate vividly; "He projected his feelings"
    studio
  • workplace for the teaching or practice of an art; "she ran a dance studio"; "the music department provided studios for their students"; "you don't need a studio to make a passport photograph"
  • A place where performers, esp. dancers, practice and exercise
  • A room where an artist, photographer, sculptor, etc., works
  • A room where musical or sound recordings can be made
  • workplace consisting of a room or building where movies or television shows or radio programs are produced and recorded
  • studio apartment: an apartment with a living space and a bathroom and a small kitchen
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Studio Projects SP-MPF High Performance Pop Filter
Studio Projects SP-MPF High Performance Pop Filter
The Studio Projects SP-MPF is a professional pop filter, suitable for all vocal applications. Because of the materials utilized, it is significantly more effective than fabric filters. Use of the SP-MPF will allow higher recording levels to be achieved, with less risk of the clipping associated with 'plosives' and large bursts of air. The SP-MPF directional capability allows for different sonic detail depending on which side of the filter faces the artist. The front side (logo facing the artist) offers better midrange clarity and less low frequency detail. Turn it around, you get less midrange and more lows! The included adjustable goose-neck and metal clamp allow for easy positioning and because the SP-MPF is metal, it can be sanitized between sessions.

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Lemons+Candles
Lemons+Candles
Continuing to refine the "Old Master" look. The background is handpainted. It is actually just a piece of foam core that I painted, in successive layers, with different shades of yellow, orange, ochre and brown. It actually photographs kind of flat but the surface texture really pops when I use the Viveza 2 Structure slider at 80%. I then overlay one of the Totally Rad texture filters to the background using a hand painted layer mask. Portions of the image are darkened using gradient layer masks. Am really pleased with the way the candle flames turned out. They look like real flames without burning out. To get the depth of field I need, especially shooting with the Nikon 85mm PC-E lens, I have to stop down to f/36. The light source is a 7' umbrella but even using a 2400 watt second pack it takes six pops to get enough light. I set the Nikon D3X for multiple exposures and shoot at 1/45th of a second. So the flames are actually a six-shot composite. I've approached this series as a personal project in studio problem solving and I learn something on each successive image. It has also made me really explore some of the D3X's capabilities. For instance, the PC-E lens is manual focus so I have used LiveView and the ability to expand the image on the LCD screen to do critical focusing.
"And that's a Wrap!"
"And that's a Wrap!"
75 elementary schoolers singing about 'washing your hands'. I shot this for the Department of Health / Board of Education. Keyed with my newly acquired Mole 2k fresnel13ft up in the air, backlit with an Arri 650 fresnel for a little toplight. The circumstances of this shoot changed fast, and luckily my crew moved fast, we located a 20amp outlet, and we were all around successful.

studio projects pop filter
studio projects pop filter
SE Electronics Reflexion Filter Pro Ambience Control
The sE Electronics Reflexion Filter is portable. It's innovative. It's versatile. It uses state of the art materials. It works, and its a fraction of the price of acoustically treating your studio environment! With the RF you can bring acoustic treatment with you wherever you need it and improve your recordings. Its shape and size have been carefully tested to maximize absorption, while leaving the microphones polar pattern unaffected. The mounting setup attaches to any microphone stand via a clamp fitting, with an additional assembly allowing the microphone to be moved both vertically and horizontally along the bar. The Reflexion Filter itself can be moved vertically to "tune" for the optimum desired absorption. Recommended for: Vocals, Reeds, Horns, Guitar, Voice Over, Percussion, Live/Location mics. The Reflexion Filter works by reducing the amount of acoustic energy hitting untreated walls and other surfaces so there is less of the original source reflected back as unwanted room ambience to the mic. Sound reflections are progressively reduced in strength after passing through seven layers: 1. Punched Aluminum for diffusing sound waves2. Sound-absorptive wool3. Aluminum Foil breaking up lower frequency wave-forms4. An air gap acting as an acoustic barrier5. More sound-absorptive wool6. Another layer of punched aluminum7. Four formed panels of state-of-the-art specialized acoustic absorptive material separated from the main unit via a small air gap.

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