Whether you’re recording, monitoring, at home, or a professional studio, headphones are always going to be a necessity. Throughout my career, I’ve tested a wide range of cans, and in this article, I’ll show you what I consider to be the best studio headphones in 2023 to help you get the most out of your music productions.
Any music producer worth their salt understands the importance of a solid mix and master. It can make or break the impact of a track and if something is muddy, harsh, or unrefined it can take the listener out of the moment and ruin the experience.
In this article, I’ll be providing you with what I consider to be the best headphones for mixing and mastering music in 2023, all of which I’ve tested myself.
I’ve tested a wide range of headphones here at Higher Hz, and in this article, I’ll be providing you with what I consider to be the best budget studio headphones to buy under $100 and $50 in 2023, all of which I’ve used myself in real studio work.
The Ollo Audio S5X headphones are a pair of reference headphones with a neutral sound signature, designed for audiophiles as well as mixing and mastering engineers.
Today, we’ll be taking a look at the best in-ear monitors available.
If you have any experience playing live on stage, you’ve probably gone through moments where you couldn’t hear what you were playing, much less what your bandmates were doing.
These moments are less than ideal, but a good pair of in-ear monitors (IEM for short) can help enormously in conditions like these.
Today, we’ll be reviewing the OneOdio Monitor 60 closed-back wired studio headphones.
OneOdio is a young company based out of Hong Kong, which has a reputation for making decent and affordable audio equipment, albeit with varying results. Let’s take a closer look.