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Postby TheDonker » 04 Apr 2011, 13:48

I am going to buy new studioheadphones.. but i dont know what to buy.. any suggestions? what do you use?
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Postby Hardkickerz » 04 Apr 2011, 15:42

Stanton DJ Pro 2000
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Postby TheDonker » 04 Apr 2011, 23:16

yeah but i dont want DJ phones, i need something to produce music with you know.. =/
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Postby surfino » 05 Apr 2011, 00:55

ATH m50's not coiled. AMAZING and cheap ones, can't go wrong
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Postby TheDonker » 05 Apr 2011, 01:30

surfino:ATH m50's not coiled. AMAZING and cheap ones, can't go wrong


they seem good, when i read the infos about them! just need to find out a store where i can test them!
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Postby ljk32 » 05 Apr 2011, 13:31

I just bought the Sennhesiser HD 380 pro and the quality is amazing. But you gotta understand the your tracks will not sound great when producing with headphones. I'm only using them so I can atleast good enough to make tracks that a lot of people will enjoy, once I am that good I'll get monitors. Nevertheless, they are still better than desktop speakers, so if you have no choice, go for some monitroing headphones.
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Postby DonC » 07 Apr 2011, 03:36

ljk32:I just bought the Sennhesiser HD 380 pro and the quality is amazing. But you gotta understand the your tracks will not sound great when producing with headphones.


Disagree.

It is possible to make whole tracks on headphones without referring with monitors - i've had fine results with my sennheisers.
With that said, you have to bear in mind that the sennheiser hd series boost the bassfrequencies, and you have to take that in consideration when producing a track; i wouldn't recommend those in the first place unless you know them very good.

But to get the best results, look after headphones with linear frequencyresponse. AKG have some (i've heard) good headphones for studio-use, and krk just came out with some new ones too wich are quite good - one cheap, and one more expensive model.
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Postby ljk32 » 07 Apr 2011, 07:11

Damn so did I make a bad choice buying these ones? And can I hear some of your tracks?
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Postby DonC » 08 Apr 2011, 21:38

Sure http://www.soundcloud.com/casperc

Every single track there has been produced, mixed and mastered on headphones - only the 3 latest has both been on monitors and headphones.

I don't think you've made a bad choice. Sennheisers are excellent hifi-headphones. I enjoy listening to music on mine.
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Postby ljk32 » 08 Apr 2011, 23:15

Yeah but production wise, how are they?
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Postby DonC » 11 Apr 2011, 01:59

That's a pretty subjective question, why don't you find out by yourself? (:
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Postby ljk32 » 11 Apr 2011, 02:46

Because I'm new to producing, and obviously I can listen to them for myself, but you seem to have knowledge on the subject so I asked you.
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Postby SubC » 09 May 2011, 18:46

AKG headphones are pretty nice and sturdy.

Don't go cheap, bad brands like Skullcandy. They break easily and don't sound too balanced.

Go with the pro brands ;)
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