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Old 09-03-2019, 06:08 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by lossius View Post
One thing that I find makes a huge difference is to use Sonarworks to compensate for headphone or speakers in order to get as flat a frequency response as possible during playback.
I wholeheartedly agree regarding Sonarworks. It is a must have for me. I use four instances of it (eight channels) in my studio on my Ambisonic cube array and two more instances for headphones (one for my Beyer DT1990 Pros and one for my old workhorse AKG K240m cans).
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