This may sound like a goofy question but I've ruined a fair number of quiet field recordings with my own nose. Surely I can't be the only phonographer out there with a deviated septum.
Does anyone here have any tips for dealing with the tin whistle permanently affixed to the front of my face? I just spent an entire afternoon breathing with my mouth open catching flies and now my throat is killing me. How do you deal with this? Do I just shove some cotton balls up there, drink a lot of water and call it good?
On a perhaps more globally useful tip; How do you deal with them when they are the product of someone else's nose as well?