As I posted in a different post in this section I am doing a radio show and the star of that show is a 1928 Wurlitzer Pipe organ. The organ console sits in a hall and all the pipes are located in the basement. The sound arrives at the hall though grates in the floor of the hall (2.5 feet wide and about 20 feet long) . At present I have my organ pickup microphones located about six feet above the grates on both sides of the organ console. The current microphone of choice is the AKG C-3000. It records the organ well but there is, as you can imagine, a lot of wind and chest noises from the pit where the pipes are located. I am using the microphone in the cardioid pattern because I do not want to pickup a lot of the room with the sound of the organ. My question is how to I not pickup lots of wind and chest noise and can you suggest a better microphone or placement. Thanks in advance for any suggestions. This is a GREAT FORUM!!!