Bright is hard, I came to realize that it's extremely hard to please in the treble department without finding out which peaks to emphasize especially when balancing levels for compressed pop music vs wide dynamic tracks. After that it's up to the song of which frequencies are being emphasized. What happens if I cater towards Baroque/Orchestra/Renaissance/String Sonatas/Piano Sonatas? Well now the treble is too bright for Rap/Hip-hop. It's a push and pull mini-project. The iSine scales well, and it would be a shame to leave it as another listen and sell earphone. Thankfully there's a high shelf filter I put in there that starts at 6500hz to adjust for high frequencies, but no I don't have a preset bright setting ready. If I had a head/torso simulator I'd be done in a month, instead I'm playing it by ear and I've been playing with the equalizer for almost 2 years now haha. I have a capsule microphone that goes in my ear that a user named BlueMonkeyFlyer generously shared, but it only works for headphones. My goal right now is vocals, I want clarity without inducing listening fatigue. Something that the Sennheiser hd600 or Mr. Speakers Aeon does really well.