Mixing?

Discussion in 'Tracking / Mixing / Editing' started by MyRearview, Oct 13, 2009.

  1. MyRearview

    MyRearview Guest

    I aint got Studio Headphones and monitors ,

    so whats the best way to mix?
    cuz everytime i record something it sounds good at my side but
    when i givit to somone else the vocals example are to low for the beat etc


    SOO any ideas on how to mix without the studio headphones?
     
  2. rockstardave

    rockstardave Active Member

    get studio monitors, duh
     
  3. jg49

    jg49 Well-Known Member

    I want to kill myself should I use this small rock or a short stick? (Either way it's going to be very painful.)
    Get monitors,
    headphones=no good
    computer speakers= no good
    Sorry
     
  4. MyRearview

    MyRearview Guest

    ;O

    studio monitors aint exactly cheap ;p
     
  5. Cucco

    Cucco Distinguished Member

    Nor should it be.
    It costs money to make this stuff.

    If you could buy the appropriate tools for "cheap," would you perform surgery on yourself?

    Getting the correct tools to do the job costs money. Buy cheap monitors, get bad sound...there's a link there.

    Training, education, practice and money...these are the steps to getting a good sound.

    Otherwise, pay somebody who can do the job well and does own a great pair of monitors.

    Cheers -
    J
     
  6. bent

    bent No Bad Vibes! Well-Known Member

    ...Can't help it...
    Feeling's too strong...
    Aaargh...

    I ain't got time for this post.

    (Forgive me, but there is an apostrophe in ain't, ain't there?)
     
  7. bent

    bent No Bad Vibes! Well-Known Member

    OK, that was a lie, obviously I did have time for the post...
     
  8. jg49

    jg49 Well-Known Member

    English ain't his first language,
     
  9. rockstardave

    rockstardave Active Member

    Re: ;O

    how about you work and save up some money?

    also - you can get a pair of reasonable studio monitors for under $400. find a way to earn $40 per day for 10 days. no crime!
     
  10. JesterMasque

    JesterMasque Active Member

    Yamaha HS-50's just went down in price AGAIN. Now I think they are only $199 each, minus any discounted or B-Stock you can find...
     
  11. fourone3

    fourone3 Active Member

    JBL also has the LSR2325 for about $200 each. They're not that bad at all.

    Heck, if you want to get really cheap, M-Audio and Samson has pairs that start at $150.
     
  12. MyRearview

    MyRearview Guest

    Re: ;O

    ha, how do you think i got ive got my studio $*^t ?:roll:
     
  13. rockstardave

    rockstardave Active Member

    as long as it's legitimate then who cares. if you have studio stuff now, then you've had money before. why not earn more money and buy more studio stuff.

    i cant believe this is a thread.
     
  14. LJ25

    LJ25 Active Member

    I cannot reccomend those monitors enough! I use them! The only critisism I had was that the low end was somewhat lacking....so I bought the matched sub. BRILLIANT! Great value too!
     
  15. LJ25

    LJ25 Active Member

    I cant believe I actally read on here. Anyone got any more epic finacial advice for me? haha

    SOrry....actually. No im not!

    LOLZ!!!
     
  16. JesterMasque

    JesterMasque Active Member

    Oh man, when paired with the HS10 the whole system REALLY kicks! I have been wanting that sub for a little while now to match my HS50's. I think they are great near field monitors for the price. I would have to suggest inserting an EQ before each one to get a more flat response. They have somewhat of a nice bump in the 2k-4k range that is overemphasized in your mix and kinda harsh on the ears for long periods of time.
     

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