Radial StageBug SB-7 Earmuff Headphone Silencer


When overdubbing in an orchestral setting, the artist is usually listening to a pre-recorded track while playing his or her part of the score. To better hear the pitch and tonality of the instrument, the artist will often remove one side of the headphones by pulling it away from one ear. In doing so, the headphone level is increased to compensate and this in turn, causes sound from the open phone to bleed into the recording microphone, contaminating the mix. This is a common problem when recording violins, flutes and other orchestral instruments.
- Turns off one side of headphones to stop bleed
- Artist can hear both playback and instrument
- Level control enables artist to set ideal volume
- Completely passive, does not require power