The fan noise tends to get picked up. Any suggestions for a windscreen that we can use? I know nothing about this type of equipment but am trying to help our library recording space better. Someone suggested a wombat or a dead kitten and i honestly can't tell what the difference is between these two items. any input is appreciated!!
Condenser shotgun should be a hypercardiod, there was a technique used when recording leslie cabinets , to put windfilters (the classic black round sponge) to keep the air produced from the horn turning from being recorded by the microphone.
Those microphones can focus pretty good on a sound source, i wonder why you have such a microphone there.
A possible solution used over the years in studios when you care about isolation, is to cut a hole in a paper water cup's bottom , and pass the microphone in it.
That might produce some honkyness on the mic's signal so judge the depth by sound quality and isolation.
This answer of course is taken under consideration that you can't move the mic/projector as others have stated before.