Sony MDR 7506.
The thing is, is I have always had this issue with any headphones, even for just casual listening my entire adult life. I was trying to do "mixing" with earbuds, because you don't have to worry about having a pin head with earbuds;) For the same reason, I like listening to tunes through earbuds. So I've been taking an elastic strap and putting it around my head and headphones, therefor pressing the earpieces against my head harder. The sound difference is significant, even to my untrained ear. No, this is not an April Fools day joke...LOL! Also, I have read that people who have started listening to music through non bass enhancing headphones complain of a "tinny" sound....so perhaps I'm hearing the sound correctly if I don't have the earpieces pressed against my head with a strap?
Any headphones I have ever worn feel wobbly and unsecured against my head....so I don't even know if that is a normal sensation or not.
I thank you for your response, and any further responses ahead of time:)
This is still a very relevant program, especially with the recent quarantine developments globally.
Here's a little something from Tom's Hardware that I saw had been aggregated by SO earlier today:
Thanks for feedback. Helped a lot.
Adjusted eq to clean things up more in low end and remove harshness on hihats, sax and some of the synths. This helped the hihats stick out less.
Introduced either chorus or delay effects to most sounds and a longer reverb that only the sax uses in addition to the reverb that almost everything already had, which is now shorter.
Tried using softer kick that stars at 0:40 for the intro aswell but it didn't meld well with it, probably because the intro has a bit more energy to it so the softer kick felt out of place. However, I Adjusted eq and lowered the fader levels for the kicks in general so they're less overpowering.
Pitched down one of the synths at the beginning by an octace so it clashs less with another. Filled out the middle part of the song by adding a couple more intruments.
MV! Someone literally reminded me of this site this morning. Glad to see you're still in the game and doing the classics. Loved the original, loving the smooth styling of the remix.
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