izotonik wrote:the site says 729! I thought: pricey!
JannikR wrote:If you're buying them to listen to music you don't want a flat response. You want flat when producing.
Watermint wrote:You'll know they sound colored when bass or low mids sound unusually louder, or when say, quiet songs that don't really need boosting because they aren't meant to be, have an unusual amount of boost in some way.
I use sony noise cancelling headphones, which go for like $50, and even though you can get them in most stores, they have a really surprisingly flat response. The noise cancelling switch does boost the bass a bit, but I found that it comes in handy when mixing, because I can compare how my song will sound like on systems that don't use bass boosts and systems that do. It helps me determine if the lows or low mids are too muddy or not.
MrNiceguy wrote:izotonik wrote:the site says 729! I thought: pricey!
Its 729 kroner
thats not expensive at all really
BPT wrote:I don't think you should care. Once you get used to the sound of the headphones by listening to other people's music on them, you'll be able to mix properly by comparing your tracks to all of those.
I'm surprised no-one has mentioned this at all in this thread.
brandio wrote:The original dub step was actually guys like Hendrix and they were keeping it chill for years before I bet you were even born so like for real man, so wrong.
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