Dead Cat Wind Muff Tascam Dr-05

Dead cat wind muffs can be very expensive for a pile of fabric.
For ones that actually work they can be from 16-36$ for one windscreen.
I am going to teach you how to make one for 

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Step 1: Supplies

Supplies: -4 X 6" felt -4 X 6 X 1/2 " pillow foam -4 X 6" synthetic fleece with long 1-2 inch long hair    -Rubber band -Hot glue sticks Tools/ stuff you use -Hot glue gun  -Sewing machine and/or needle/thread -Scissors   -Ruler

Step 2: Cut Out Fabric

Cut out the 4"x6" square of fleece using scissors.

Step 3: Hot Glue

Use the hot glue to attach the foam to the fleece.

Step 4: Wrap Around Recorder

Wrap the fabric around the microphones of the recorder and place a rubber band around to finish.

Step 5: Your Done!

Use on windy locations without spending 50$

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