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Are you using studio monitors? If so, which ones?


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#26 Abissus

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Posted 08 March 2016 - 08:28

 phil collins is not better with a quieter kick. :drummer:  

 

Or toms...

 

 

Or most likely anything percussive.


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Posted 08 March 2016 - 17:34

I'm working with the JBL Control One, which can barely be considered as real monitors, but

I btw think buying monitors is _very_ fun and tempting. I can actively enjoy a new and freshly bought setup for months or even years until it ultimately loses its spectacularity and appeal.

this is - in a way - true for me. Even till I really got the right positioning for them it kinda was a journey in terms of learning how these sound.

After that solely listening to music was a thing I could do for hours...and these are 100€ speakers you see in almost every bar.

 

So yea get monitors, position them right, be amaaaaaazed

 



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Posted 07 February 2017 - 16:38

I've been using a pair of KRK KNS-8400's for nearly 5 years! there not the best in the world for mixing but for obvious reasons i always try and refrain from mixing on headphones.