The pop filter is not bad on the SM58, but Shure's. website talks about the 565SD's great pop filter.
So I am wondering!
I have a RØDE NT1-A, and I'm not a big fan of its pop filter. Now, I've seen the band Queen have a condenser mic, similar to that RØDE (in terms of look of the instrument), and they used a pop filter like this on it:
I asked a Guitar Center employee what he thinks about it, and he basically gave me a weird look, but in my head I was thinking that (QUEEN DID IT & THEY KICKED ASS) lol
What other pop filters do you use?
I was wondering if I need a pop filter for my SM57. Is the windscreen enough, or do I need an additional pop filter?
I don't want to rip it, should I just wet it and let it air dry or is there a better way? I'm surprised its not in my assistant engineers handbook by TI'm Crich.
I opted for the glove style so it doesn't block so much space on my desk. But I figured I better ask now before I find that the circular windscreen is far better for me.