You may be mixing a track with headphones. This is not ideal (you generally get more accurate sound when hearing it through the air). But perhaps you have to use them because there are other people around. This gives good advice so you can do a good job. Sounds come through differently with headphones, and knowing that will keep you from messing up your track. It will sound differently once you take them off which is wat you need to know about. The type of headphones can also make a difference.
- Try to make sure you test your music in different environments. Every space is a bit different in how the sound waves move around. If you can get the mix to sound good in multiple places – like your car, a large room, etc. – then it’s likely it will sound good anywhere.
- Depending on the model of headphones things will be altered in a different way. It might be a good idea to test different headphones for the most accurate before buying a pair.
- It might be a good idea to have different headphones as well as listening on different systems without them. this gives you even more data.
“You wouldn’t wear red tinted glasses if you were color-grading a film, so why use a sound source that colors your audio?”
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