Are my Triple.Fi 10's good enough for VST/Mixing/Orchestra score creating, or should i look into headphones?
Jul 31, 2010 at 3:12 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 4

crewxp

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Hey quick question. Im starting to pick up composing scores (mainly orchestra and piano), and it was advised to me to get a good set of headphones. Maybe AKG?
 
Anyways, I already have 2 pairs of Triple.Fi 10's. Do you audio engineers think that's sufficient for me for the type of music I'll be creating, or should I look into buying some headphones? Im recording MIDI through a keyboard, and hook it to Cubase to control my various VST's. I hear crackling sometimes when I play, but I think that could be my ASIO driver setup (Toneport UX1). I dont really want to buy some headphones if they dont make that much of a difference, but if it will allow me to hear the difference, I will.
 
 
Thanks alot!!
 
Aug 13, 2010 at 12:10 AM Post #2 of 4

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bumpity bump!
 
Just bought an Axiom, Keystation, about to buy a V67 or V87 or NT1A, low on money now, wondering if my triple.fi and z-5500 setup is good enough to mix and master.
 
yeah?
 
Aug 13, 2010 at 12:49 AM Post #3 of 4

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I would say no. The TF10 probably isn't even designed for that purpose in mind, so get some cans.
 
What's your budget after the other equipment?
 

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