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  1. Heya, guys. I'm looking for some professionell studio headphones with a natural hi-fi sound without bass or high frequencies boosts or mid frequencies reductions. ...so, just some headphones which are really neutrally EQ-ed that let me perceive a crystal-clear natural sound and which exactly (as possible) sound as I compose and mix in my DAW. What would be your favourite headphones at these conditions? ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Edit: My big choice is actually between those headphones: 1) Beyerdynamic DT 880 Pro (5-35000 Hz, 250 ohms, semi-open) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- >>> https://www.thomann.de/gb/beyerdynamic_dt880_pro.htm (also available as a slightly cheaper Black Edition) >>> https://www.thomann.de/gb/beyerdynamic_dt_880_pro_black_edition.htm frequency response graph >>> https://reference-audio-analyzer.pro/en/report/hp/beyerdynamic-dt-880-pro.php 2) Sony MDR 7506 (10-20000 Hz, 63 ohms, closed) ----------------------------------------------------------------- >>> https://www.thomann.de/gb/sony_mdr7506_kopfhoerer.htm frequency response graph >>> https://www.rtings.com/headphones/1-2/graph#386/2031 3) AKG K-702 (10-39800 Hz, 62 ohms, open, with replaceable cable) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- >>> https://www.thomann.de/gb/akg_k702.htm frequency response graph >>> https://www.rtings.com/headphones/1-2/graph#332/2031 4) Beyerdynamic Custom Studio (5-35000 Hz, 80 ohms, closed, with replaceable cable, headset customization options and 4 adjustable bass levels) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ >>> https://www.thomann.de/gb/beyerdynamic_custom_studio.htm frequency response graph (depends on bass slider settings) >>> https://www.dropbox.com/s/vdu9ty3w3l0m95z/DT770-CS.jpg?dl=0 I've already got the Sony MDR-7506 which are really good (except the little bit overemphasized 10000 Hz area which can make the sound a bit harsh). They have a high-definition sound as well as a very good stereo imaging and they'll be kinda comfortable after wearing them for a few days. The only problem might be that the frequency response sinks drastically at the frequency range over 15000 Hz - so, you might have some difficulties to hear some frequency clashes or conflicting reverberations effects in the high frequency area clearly enough.
  2. Hello, I am new to the community, but I've been a fan for a long time! I imagine that there's lots of engineering involved in producing and composing video game music and soundtracks, but how about vocals? Would anyone happen to know the names and specs of any great microphones used in recording studios, podcasts, or the like? I'm talking about the brands like Blue, Samson, or others that would be used in video game commentary, voice acting, etc. I'm curious to know. Thank you!
  3. Hi All! My wife and I have built a nice house, and I'm looking at turning the upstairs loft into a studio. Right now the sky is the limit, and was wondering where would be a good place to look for some quality studio furniture or DiY instructions. It seems that most of my normal places either sell stuff too small or really high end mixing consoles. The only real requirement is whatever furniture I end up with needs to accommodate an 88-key controller and two monitor screens. Thanks!
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