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    Closed back headphones for mixing

    I agree with you! While I know some people can mix entirely on headphones, I think it's quite rare to be able to do so reliably. Moreover, I much prefer the experience of listening to speakers. My situation is basically this: I am going to be living between two countries, but only in one of...
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    Closed back headphones for mixing

    These are really useful responses -- thank you! I think the MDR-7506 is a great headphone for tracking, but I don't know if I'd personally be comfortable relying on it for mixing. It'd certainly be a tool that would be useful for nailing the mids, though! I hadn't ever considered the Hyperx...
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    Closed back headphones for mixing

    Hi all, I have relied on near field monitors for mixing for the past few years, but due to a change in circumstances I will need to do much more work on headphones (and they need to be closed-backs, unfortunately). My budget is around 300USD. Ideally, I'm looking for cans that will fulfill both...
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