Plosives are those consonant sound which are pronounced by sudden release of air, like; /p/, /b/, /k/, /g/,
Plosives are the explosive sounds that occur when you pronounce certain consonants, such as 'p' and 'b.' Reverb can cause unwanted audio artefacts and distortion, especially when recording vocals.
Plosives are the bursts of air that is picked up by the microphone.
Plosives are the sounds you make when saying words with hard P’s or D’s, etc.
Plosives are the sounds you make when you say words that start or end with “b” and ‘p”.
Plosives are bursts of air that commonly occur on 'P' and 'B' sounds and can create audible 'booms' in your recording.
Plosives are oral stops with a pulmonic egressive airstream mechanism...
Plosives are principally giant bursts of air that’s generated if you say phrases that start with “Puh”, “Buh”, “Duh”, “Huh”, sort of sounds.
Stops, also known as plosives, are oral occlusives, where the occlusion of the vocal tract stops all airflow, oral and nasal.
Plosives are the burst of air that hit the mic’s diaphragm when speaking words beginning with P and B for example.