And I mean the kind of wind caused by weather patterns, not the kind half of you are thinking of.
Situation is, the band is playing outdoors on an occasionally windy day, bandmate’s zoom stereo recorder is set up over by the mixing tent. The zoom has no windscreen, is running with automatic leveling, and the resulting recording has short areas where the wind takes over, like a vocalist who pops. Since it’s automatic leveling, the music is pushed down a little in these sections. The peaks over the whole recording are always the wind.
What would you guys do? I think of leveling the volume to make it less annoying and trying to filter it out as best I can.