Headphones and in-ear monitors: Bestselling home recording studio equipment at the lowest prices

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Headphones

In-ear Monitors

In a studio, closed-ear headphones are needed for the singers and players to avoid sound leakage into the microphone.

Mixing primarily with headphones is generally not recommended, but some aspects of mixing, such as checking the stereo balance, can benefit from using them. Make sure your headphones will be comfortable, and have good frequency response statistics.

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Headphones are needed when recording overdubs in the studio. They let the vocalist or musician here the track they are performing to, without the sound seeping into the microphone. For mixing, get a headphone that has a flat frequency response. Mixing with headphones exclusively is not recommended, but the better the headphones, the better the job you can do.

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For those who prefer in-ear in the studio, these are high quality products. The advantage of in-ear phones is mostly for singers, who sing more accurately pitch-wise when they can hear themselves. Closed headphones have been known to cause a singer to go sharp or flat.

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In-ear Monitors

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