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Great video Dave. I use just my H4zoom for recording audio and vid and don't do any editing but I would like the ability to do more here at my house. I'll use your tip about blocking the room bounce back sound with that behind the mic foam. Adding compression and a little reverb is always a good thing for my flute /and sax tones. Great info, thanks again Dave K
 

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Great video Dave. I use just my H4zoom for recording audio and vid and don't do any editing but I would like the ability to do more here at my house. I'll use your tip about blocking the room bounce back sound with that behind the mic foam. Adding compression and a little reverb is always a good thing for my flute /and sax tones. Great info, thanks again Dave K
Thanks! Before I had the acoustic shield I used pillows propped up behind the mic - anything to "deaden" the sound is good!
 

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Used to record in a closet surrounded by shirts and coats.
No room sound at all unless I rubbed against fabric.
 

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Used to record in a closet surrounded by shirts and coats.
No room sound at all unless I rubbed against fabric.
That's a great way to do it! Only thing is if you do video as well it could look a little odd, but like you said, NO room reverb at all!
 
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