Ever heard those annoying pop sounds when people say words that have the letters B or P in them? It can be really distracting and take your learner’s attention from the topic to your performance.
These popping noises are called plosives. And they are caused by the burst of air we create when our lips form words with Bs and Ps. Microphones don’t like the way our lips form these sounds.
How to Reduce Plosives
We need to hold our mics in a way that eliminates or at least reduces plosives. In this short video, we’ll explore why the microphone doesn’t like Ps and Bs and what we can do about them.