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In June I bought my first sound recorder - a Sony PCM-M10, and immediately upon doing my first field recordings I discovered just how sensitive the recorder's built-in microphones were to even the slightest breaths of wind, and how necessary it was for me to regularly use a furry windshield. My first windshield was the Rycote Mini-Windjammer see the photo below. However, even from the outset I was disappointed at how readily I still got wind noise in the microphones.
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The Zoom H1 has become my favorite go to audio recorder for a quick take. I can get this setup on just about anything fairly quickly. Of course I was in a controlled studio and just like any microphone, it's completely vulnerable to small breezes.
I stumbled upon these by accident whilst trawling twitter and vimeo and they made me laugh. Mainly the colour as it made me chuckle! They are for the Zoom H4n audio recorder which I recommend for any video dslr users out there to record sound.
View Office Location. Redhead Windscreens for the Zoom H4n digital handheld audio recorder reduce wind noise by up to db! Don't let good audio go bad as a result of the big bad wind monster! Slap a Redhead on your recorder and enjoy the sweet sounds of clean audio.