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Aston Microphones launch new Aston Shield Pop filter

Aston Microphones launch new Aston Shield Pop filter

Aston Microphones have launched a new set of microphone accessories at NAMM this year, and we have the details for  you today.

Aston Shield GN premium pop filter and gooseneck

Aston Shield GN (black) - small

The Aston Shield GN pop filter is exactly what you’re looking for in a mountable pop filter: it has been designed to fit on any mic stand and thanks to its goose-neck, you can position it easily so you can focus on the important business: the vocal take.

The pop filter itself is made of a highly solid stainless steel shield with ‘Hextech’ filter holes to give you those crystal clear vocals. And the shield itself is large enough to curve around the mic so you can move around freely while doing the vocal takes.

Aston SwiftShield (black)-small

Aston SwiftShield premium universal shock mount and pop filter set

The Aston SwiftShield is a bundle that consists of the same Shield pop filter and the Aston Swift, their new shock mount that is also available on its own.

The SwiftShield has two quick release spring clips that are designed to fit a wide range of mics, and you can mount the mic with the Swift in seconds. Aston’s ‘ShockStar’ suspension eliminates the need for rubber bands, but offers a high level of elasticity for maximum isolation.
Together with your mic, the Aston SwiftShield set is an excellent choice for clear and easy vocal recording! We’re expecting the new Aston Microphones products early March 2018.

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