Hello, I'm new to the forum and have a question for what I thought would be a simple project, but seems to be giving me a bit of grief. I'm trying to build a simple "push-to-talk" button for a desk mic. (ie. push the button, mic is live, let go and it mutes) I've done this before with a dynamic mic just by using a NC pushbutton to bypass a 50+ db pad. But now I'm trying to do the same with a small condenser, and I'm having popping issues with the phantom power. Is there some kind of coupling cap configuration that will allows the mic to be powered only when the button is pressed without the audible pop. Perhaps someone can point me to a circuit that will accomplish this?? Thanks in advance.