#1
I'm recording my friend's concert for her grandpa's birthday in a few hours. Luckily this is in western Oklahoma, so it's pretty windy. Any suggestions on how I can hack the low-quality microphones I'm dealing with here to cut/block out wind noise, or some kind of EQ setting to hide it?

Much love to anybody who helps!

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#4
^^Prolly should have mentioned my lack of time and money to buy or make things. I need the quickest, easiest hack you can come up with.

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#6
You can create a makeshift windscreen with a coat-hanger and pantyhose. Maybe double up the pantyhose to get more of a windscreen than a pop filter.
#7
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figure out which way the wind is blowing, and hang a blanket or sheet on that side of the mic... might be tough for the singer though

That's what I ended up doing. It worked really well. Thanks a lot, frigginjerk.

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