Just your average "what headphones should I buy" thread.
Hello, everyone. I am a bedroom producer with not to much experience in making music, but I'm improving. I know that some frown upon mixing on headphones, but I live in a rather quiet environment, where my neighbors don't appreciate any noise coming from my house at night (when I usually make music) especially when it's just two measures repeated over and over again. I make a variety of music ranging from piano/orchestral to rock to electronic stuff.
What I'm looking for:
My budget isn't too high, so things under $250ish would be nice.
I'm not a big fan of closed back headphones, but it wouldn't be the end of the world if I ended up with them.
Wearable for long periods of time (not too uncomfortable).
Low impedance preferred, I don't really want to invest in a headphone amp (going to be plugging them straight into my computer).
Obviously relativity flat response for mixing.
Sturdy headphones to last for a while.
Hopefully that's enough info to get things started.
Headphones I'm looking at:
I've looked around a bit, let me know if these headphones are any good.
- AKG K 240 MK II Stereo Studio Headphones
- Audio-Technica ATH-M50
- Ultrasone HFI-780 S-Logic Surround Sound Professional Headphones
That's it for now!