Reflexion filter: any good?

Discussion in 'Vocalists' started by JustaJigolo, Oct 16, 2006.

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  1. JustaJigolo

    JustaJigolo Active Member

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    Came across one of these in my local music shop. Are they worth the money or is it just a gimmick?
    My thoughts are it may well absorb sound energy that would hit the mic from behind, but what about the reflections from the front of the mic?
    http://www.soundcontrol.co.uk/mod_1/pages/mod_1.12/pages/mod_1.12.1/pages/mod_1.12.1.1/pages/index.php?sku=1.1.5.5-122-30
     
  2. theaero

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    i dunno... something about it seems like it would make teh vocal sound really thin... but tahts just a guess based off a look
     
  3. Robak

    Robak Active Member

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    Hi,
    I know a guy who owns one of them. He is an actor and he does a lot of commercials and voiceovers. He told me that thanks to this filter he is able to record his voice in any room and it sound just like his studio room. I've also read a good review in EiS (Polish recording mag). Finaly, I know that it sells very well. Unfortunately it's quite expensive.
     

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