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See [[ClickPop]]  for tips on removing clicks and pops from vinyl recordings.
 
See [[ClickPop]]  for tips on removing clicks and pops from vinyl recordings.
  
Manually fixing 'breath sounds' on a vocal recording can take an inordinate amount of time - so if possible avoid them in the first place.  A 'pop-shield' between speaker and microphone can help, and can be made cheaply.  Here's an easily-made <a href="http://www.jakeludington.com/podcasting/20050321_build_your_own_microphone_pop_screen.html">pop filter</a> using a small embroidery hoop and a stocking.  It's credited to Jake Ludington.
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Manually fixing 'breath sounds' on a vocal recording can take an inordinate amount of time - so if possible avoid them in the first place.  A 'pop-shield' between speaker and microphone can help, and can be made cheaply.  Here's an easily-made [http://www.jakeludington.com/podcasting/20050321_build_your_own_microphone_pop_screen.html pop filter] using a small embroidery hoop and a stocking.  It's credited to Jake Ludington.

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See ClickPop for tips on removing clicks and pops from vinyl recordings.

Manually fixing 'breath sounds' on a vocal recording can take an inordinate amount of time - so if possible avoid them in the first place. A 'pop-shield' between speaker and microphone can help, and can be made cheaply. Here's an easily-made pop filter using a small embroidery hoop and a stocking. It's credited to Jake Ludington.