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  • virgilviciousvirgilvicious

    This is a must have if you do not hve access to a vocal booth.a

    sE Electronics Reflexion FilterPublished on 01/24/13 at 19:09
    The SE electronic reflection filter is both sturdy and sleek. Its function is to reduce the amount of reverb or echo that enters into your microphone, and for me it does just that. You can easily notice a difference in vocals when using this product. This is the only reflection filter i have ever used. I think the product is a bit pricey though, considering how it only has one function. With what i know now about the product now i would still purchase this piece of equipment. This product is setup by tightening it to your mic stand and having the mic placed in front of the four six layered sound diffusers. I suggest having a really sturdy mic stand though because this product is fairly heav…
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    The SE electronic reflection filter is both sturdy and sleek. Its function is to reduce the amount of reverb or echo that enters into your microphone, and for me it does just that. You can easily notice a difference in vocals when using this product. This is the only reflection filter i have ever used. I think the product is a bit pricey though, considering how it only has one function. With what i know now about the product now i would still purchase this piece of equipment. This product is setup by tightening it to your mic stand and having the mic placed in front of the four six layered sound diffusers. I suggest having a really sturdy mic stand though because this product is fairly heavy, and can tip over easily with a unstable mic stand. The filter also has a metal beam that extends out as a mount for your microphone, but i choose not to use it because it causes my mic stand to lean awkwardly toward one side. Despite being a little cumbersome and its costly price, this reflection filter is still a very effective piece of equipment to improve you vocal quality.
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