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The VoxGuard baffel blocks reflected sound from entering the mic and the absorber layer minimizes reflections within the baffel allowing the dry vocal to be recorded.
Where can you use VoxGuard?
Application 1 – Recording Vocals In The Control Room
The most common application for the VoxGuard is using it to control the spill and reverberant field in a recording studio. Simply mount the microphone in the VoxGuard and you are set to go. For greater acoustic control, having the artist’s back to a treated wall surface can further reduce the ambient field. Often, artists find that singing in the control room to be uncomfortable. The VoxGuard provides an instant vanity screen that can calm the artist and improve the performance.
Application 2 – Isolating An Acoustic Guitar Instrument Microphone
When recording several instruments at the same time, spill between them can pose problems. The VoxGuard’s innovative design allows hand-held or instrument microphones to be used while providing an excellent means of attenuating other instruments from spilling into the mic. Simply mount the VoxGuard onto the microphone stand and the mic onto the VoxGuard… point and record! With VoxGuard you hear more of what you want and less of what you do not!
Application 3 – Recording A Podcast In The Field