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I found this while looking for a shock mount for my PCM-M10…
It might be a bit on the pricey side, however, I think that it would prove invaluable in killing all case noise. Today's more sensitive linear PCM recorders are very susceptible to case handling noise and should remain stationary during recording. However when exploring supposed haunted locales, we do not always have the luxury of stationary recording. This solution looks like it would work in may different scenarios. If you have ever held and h2 or similar recorder while walking with the gain turned up, you know how tortuous it can be to listen to the audio later. As the case is handled, every tap, bump, and finger slide is picked up at ear-splitting levels. Case handling noise is also a culprit for false positive evp's. Just brushing the case of the recorder can generate sounds that sound like muffled voices. The less contact the case has with your hand, the better. You do not have to spend a fortune, either. You can make a similar device out of pegs and rubber bands, and in doing so, add another facet of integrity to your audio data.
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