A New Audio Product from Pocket Sound Booth - The Pocket Sound Booth PSB448 Ambience Reducing Microphone Windscreen

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The Pocket Sound Booth™ model PSB448 reduces ambient sound received by microphones by acoustically blocking unwanted sound sources. It is low cost at around $50 MSRP, it looks like a square microphone windscreen and it fits on most microphones.

Sound and broadcast engineers, TV and radio reporters, as well as musicians have always been challenged with controlling unwanted ambient sound when capturing audio. Whether for live applications, interviews, or studio recordings, choosing the right microphone is very important. But equally important are your surroundings, the room in which these sounds are produced. Unfortunately, you can’t always choose your surroundings. Attempts to control unwanted room sounds are not always adequate. In less than stellar room situations attempts at controlling ambient room sounds and echoes with the use of clunky heavy reflection filters can produce questionable results. After all, most of those old style 13 pound (6 Kilograms) filters work on reducing sound only from the rear of a microphone and only somewhat from the sides. The new alternative, the 3.5 ounce (100 gram) Pocket Sound Booth™ reduces the unwanted sounds from all sides and the back. That’s 270 degrees in two axes; 5/6ths of the room sound. It also fits on the end of your microphone. No special hardware needed. Extremely portable. You can clearly hear the improvement with the Pocket Sound Booth™; example voice recordings in poor acoustic spaces can be found at http://www.pocketsoundbooth.com . Performance graphs can also be found on the web site.

Suggested applications for the Pocket Sound Booth™:
TV reporters
Radio Reporters
Sports reporters
USB Microphones
Recording sound using personal computers in small rooms
Voice over recording in home studios and hotel rooms
Recording studios
Location recording for films and television
Turns ordinary microphones into more directional “Shot gun” microphones
Improves “Shot gun” microphones
Improves parabolic microphones
Many more uses for this versatile new acoustic tool

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