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    Default Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro

    First of all, I would like to add that I am a very big fan of VModa Crossfade 100 and it is truly a very stable headphone but unfortunately you cant do everything with it.For producng dancing music i will now advice you to go for some open back set.In my experience Sennheiser HD600 and beyerdynamic DT 990 pro are the two best frombig brands but i dont like HD600 due to its price tag so i would go with DT 990 Pro.

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    Some balance and level issues can be trickier with headphones. Just as when you use good monitor speakers in a well treated control room, with a good set of headphones: http://www.headphonesencyclopedia.co...io-headphones/, you'll be able to hear so far into the details of a mix that each instrument will be clearly audible even when its level is too low. If you are not used to working at this level of detail, you may still find that when you go back and check your mix on speakers, such imbalances become much more obvious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve7 View Post
    First of all, I would like to add that I am a very big fan of VModa Crossfade 100 and it is truly a very stable headphone but unfortunately you cant do everything with it. For producng dancing music i will now advice you to go for some open back headphones set.In my experience Sennheiser HD600 and beyerdynamic DT 990 pro studio headphones are the two best frombig brands but i dont like HD600 due to its price tag so i would go with DT 990 Pro.
    I think the HD600 Rocks for real.. In my opinion, if you have the cash to spend, then do it.
    Last edited by Sarahjoie; 03-09-2018 at 02:00 PM. Reason: correction

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    It is possible to do your mixing using headphones only but there is such thing as ear fatigue. Your ears will get tired if you only use headphones, it is always better to have studio monitors as well to help your ears rest when you are getting tired.

    I personally use AKG K240. It is one of the best studio headphones in my opinion.

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