How to Dial in the Perfect Headphone Mix for a Vocalist

Originally published by Pro Audio Files
http://theproaudiofiles.com/headphone-mix-for-a-vocalist-in-a-home-studio/

How to Dial in the Perfect Headphone Mix for a Vocalist

One of the main sources of “stoke” you can offer a vocalist, whether they’re spitting bars or barking death metal, is providing them with the best headphone mix possible. While you may not be able to offer them fancy customizations because of the limitations of your setup, there are still a variety of things you can do to make their headphone mix the best it can be. Continue reading “How to Dial in the Perfect Headphone Mix for a Vocalist”

DJs and Performers: Do You Know Your Noise?

Originally published by DJ Tech Tools
http://djtechtools.com/2015/03/08/djs-and-performers-do-you-know-your-noise/

DJs and Performers: Do You Know Your Noise?

Hearing loss in DJing is no laughing matter. The career of a DJ is filled with towered speakers, blown monitors, and over compensated headphones. If DJ’s don’t take care of their ears out in the field, they can be at risk of losing a vital body function that you need to DJ. That is why it is always important to practice preservation techniques to save your hearing. (Check out Ean’s tips to prevent tinnitus.)

The Australian government launched a new website recently that gives a pretty good gauge to test your hearing and evaluate your risk when it comes to hearing loss. Read more below about Know Your Noise and how it can teach you about your own hearing abilities. Continue reading “DJs and Performers: Do You Know Your Noise?”