Using the following technique we have removed that pesky comb filtering from our wind recordings, which as many of you know is a major irritant when recording wind.
First of course when recording wind one needs a wind screen (we use the Rode Blimp). We put 2 Uzi Pro mics (highly recommend, these!) in a spaced pair or A/B configuration. However we found that the stero separation was not enough and we were still getting a comb effect. We realized that this is because the size and shape of the Blimp is not quite long enough. So we built a custom Jenklin Disc, which creates a full separation of stereo mic recording much like our own head separating our two ears. We put this custom-built Jenklin Disc inside our now slightly hacked Rode Blimp, and the resulting recording was an incredibly natural sounding wind.
Over half a year of recording locations using this technique, we've made an SFX Library which you can check out here. We hope you enjoy!