I have an extremely expensive Isomic, which is the microphone created to be compatible with the Isovox booth (which I also own). I bought the mic 1.5 years ago, and never had trouble until this week. Now, for no reason I can discern, the mic is sending a lot of noise to the audio interface, making the levels jump up. It sounds like wind, not static. I tried switching mic cords and interfaces, but they work fine with other microphones, so it is clearly the Isomic that's having the problem. Can anyone guess what would cause this kind of problem? The mic has not been dropped, touched, etc.; in fact, I keep it in the Isovox booth with a bag over it and the booth flap closed when I'm not recording. Thanks in advance!