Ciaran Robinson Lesson time: (5min 21sec)
A plosive consonant is an abrupt sound made by closing the mouth then releasing a burst of breath. If it hits the diaphragm of a microphone it can sound terrible, so let's take a look at how to remove these.
About the instructor
Ciarán is an audio engineer with over 25 years experience including productions for Fireapple Red, Oliver Torr, March of the Raptors. He's taught at leading contemporary music institutes such as BIMM, SSR and SAE, and he's currently the head of the music producer MA at Tileyard Education in London.
He has worked in almost every area of the industry, covering everything from live engineering, mixing & recording & studio design, to film, TV and... read more