FYI, I've posted a few remix songs that I did completely with the ER4S.
I focused mainly on the two orchestrated versions. The piano synth version was very quick and not really that polished and tweaked. Noble Horizons is my favorite and the one I put the most effort into I think (maybe tied with "A Rising People"... I did only a few very quick final checks on speakers. 100% of the mixing was done with the ER4S using my "luis's reference" EQ inserted on the output channel to create a reference response before mixing (I disable this EQ before mixdown).
I'd love to know what people think. I'm finding the ER4S extremely capable for mixing and mastering music. The ONLY area where they don't work perfectly is the dynamics. Sometimes something will sound good and powerful in the ER4S, but not overdone, whereas on any speakers I check, the dynamics are too great and the change in volume is drastic. This isn't always the case, but I find that is the one area I need to make sure I check on speakers each time to ensure the overall mix dynamics are consistent and not too drastic.
Otherwise, the panning, channel EQs, effects, etc. are all extremely well represented in the ER4S. So much so that I never need to adjust them from my expectations when listening on my studio monitors.
Anyway, these actually aren't the remix I had recently mentioned. That is coming shortly. ha. This was a last minute "hey, there's a contest" project I started and just finished... I might have done more, but I found out too late and the contest deadline came up too fast... :-P
Edited by luisdent - 2/18/14 at 11:05pm