When you are an aspiring musician you don't have a lot of money to buy expensive equipment and you have to record the best sounding demo with cheap recording tools. When I realized that popping is a common problem when recording vocals on any kind of mic, and when I saw that a good pop filter was about 50 bucks in my country I decided to make one myself
Step 1: Materials First!
Because this is a DIY friendly instructable, the materials shouldn't be hard to get. Eitherway, they are pretty inexpensive or maybe you can have this laying around on your house.
- Scrap MDF (a 30cm x 30cm piece should do the trick)
- Pair of nylon stockings (a new pair)
- A hose clamp (for secure placement on your mic stand).
- Electrical tape (always needed).
- The outer plastic part of a cable (for the gooseneck, if it's black even better).
- A wire hanger.