The Vocal DePopper lets you attenuate the harsh “P” sounds that result from puffs of
breath bursting into the microphone. Proper miking should prevent this in the first
place, and if you have just one or two pops, you can use keyframes to reduce the level
of the frames with the pop. (See “
Example: Setting Subframe Audio Level Keyframes
to Eliminate Clicks
” on page 130.)
Still, if you have a clip with a lot of pops, this filter may reduce these to an acceptable level.