reducing 'plosives (explosive "P" sounds) in recordingThis is
caused by the wind from your mouth hitting the screen of the microphone.
This problem can be eliminated or greatly reduced by placing microphone
slightly off from directly in front of your mouth, either to the side,
above, or below. Another solution is to use a popscreen, or make a
homemade one using pantyhose stretched over a coathanger, place between
microphone and mouth (to block the puff of air).