When I play a guitar solo, my congested breathing gets onto the guitar track. It is very loud and my mics are very sensitive, and a pop filter and many of the other suggestions here are not practical for the uncontrollable loudness of my high-pitched breathing (which can go on for months in the super-dry AZ climate). Placing an acrylic material to stop the noise from entering the mic makes sense to me. But how would I mount it?
My guitar mic is placed at 45" high so I would need something higher than that- a stand or something - and some kind of frame, I guess, to mount the piece of acrylic in. I am no handyman. I don't even know where to buy pieces of acrylic. Does anyone have practical suggestions on how to build such a device?
It'S an acoustic guitar. My mics are all AKG C1000S condenser mics. made in Australia. Full specs are at https://eshop.macsales.com/item/AKG/2331A00070/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI2IfAx9392AIVDJJ-Ch1DggIfEAAYASAAEgJ_EvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds