posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 06:37 AM
I have an idea. I know that if you're by yourself with an acoustic guitar and a mike singing and recording, especially if you use a pick, the guitar
sound can tend to dominate unless you sing really loud. But here"s an idea that may help in that situation. It's always good to put a sock over a
mike anyway, but if you roll up the sock's mate and stuff it into the sock that's covering the mike so that the rolled-up sock is between the mike
and the guitar, it should make quite a difference, by absorbing the direct sound waves that are causing the problem. It should work just as well as
the more expensive methods they use in studios. If you like the difference and want to increase the effect, add more socks (clean ones).