Headphones vs Speakers

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Assuming the quality is the same, what's better for music production - headphones or speakers?
Hexagonz wrote:
Tue Sep 29, 2020 12:31 am
Assuming the quality is the same, what's better for music production - headphones or speakers?
Usually it is recommended to mix using studio-speakers. That is what the pro does
'We' do not have that kind of gear that cost 10000 € and up ..Up a lot
Hexagonz wrote:
Tue Sep 29, 2020 12:31 am
Assuming the quality is the same, what's better for music production - headphones or speakers?
I would say to forget the headphones for now. And instead, to go and buy some speakers. You can buy the headphones afterwards.
You should always listen to both headphones and speakers. After all, your listeners will do it this way and that :)
Hexagonz wrote:
Tue Sep 29, 2020 12:31 am
Assuming the quality is the same, what's better for music production - headphones or speakers?
Might go at both. Most listeners use headphones, so its good to use it to assume compatibility on that device. And speakers to hear if it is very good on speakers (some songs sound nice at headphones but not on speakers and vice versa) I heard that pros use speakers because of mixing. Deadmau5's studio for example. In rave music they mix songs properly, so the sound engineers know what speaker (eg tweeters, subwoofers) should that freq be positioned during music festivals or concerts. Reasons like the bass doesnt sound messy etc.,

I dunno but some people recommended buying studio monitors (headphones or speakers) but that shit costs like a lot

Im writing this at 1 am so take this wit a grain of sugar
Hexagonz wrote:
Tue Sep 29, 2020 12:31 am
Assuming the quality is the same, what's better for music production - headphones or speakers?
For me, I advise both. headphones to have a very fine/precise rendering, and the speakers afterwards, to validate, with a different rendering, as people will have it while listening in party, in the car or other...

By combining the 2, we arrive at a result that can please those who listen with headphones as much as with a speaker...

Afterwards, it's up to you to see what you prefer ! (:

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Ok, thanks for replying everyone!

It seems most people recommend using both to test the music on both, and it's a matter of personal prefference, but most recommended is studio-speakers