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MiniDarkOF

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  1. This may be very experimental and new in audio production but, take a look at TMA-2 from AIAIAI Audio (they're modular headphones) These days i made a post saying that i had seen a headphone called TMA-2 but i don't think modular headphones are good enough for me. But they are very portable and not that expensive, it's good to start Also another good option is AKG K612 Pro / K240 MKII
  2. If you need a mod mic i would recommend, Antlion Audio mics (Uni, USB or Wireless) the cheapest is Uni (47$) I certainly don't know what the microphone's function will be, but if it's not singing or something that needs stupendous audio quality, you can just buy a Antlition Modmic Uni or USB (i would recommend USB). Buy a organizer case for your headphone and mic, protection and portability if possible a backpack or something else. I hope this helped.
  3. Some information I found: https://shop.audified.com/products/mixchecker https://oscillotaudio.com/
  4. Thank you so much! That's what I was needing, now I see no problem with having more than 1 device
  5. Also i'm planning to buy Studio monitors, and use my earbuds just to see if my music is sounding good in all types of devices. Don't worry.
  6. Thank you, I will use an AKG, Sennheiser or Beyerdynamic
  7. No, it's not a troll post, I'm Brazilian, I can't express myself properly in English, so some mistakes like confusing headset with headphone may appear during my post Also, you don't need to write "sets" in capslock, i get it. I was thinking about buying it, apparently it makes it sound more natural and airy, thanks for the recommendation Ok, in conclusion, I see that I need to buy a gaming headset and a studio headphone There is no escape from some things Yep i know that, but i'll stick with my Shure SM7B
  8. Hello, I work with game development, music production, video editing, animation and audio post-production (foley) My problem is: If I buy a gamer headphone I will be able to work better in my game and play my FPS games at leisure, but if I buy studio headphones I will work better in all other areas, but I will not have the same quality when working with game development and playing my games. I want a headphone that can supply these two areas: studio and gaming. I even thought about buying modular headphones, but the only ones that exist are from AIAIAI Audio, and still do not meet my needs. I really hate having to buy 2 headphones, besides the fact that if I need to, how can I quickly switch between the two headphones without needing a lot of work? Remember that it would be repetitive every time I had to play and get back to work and vice versa. Also, i see that Ninja (streamer) uses a Beyerdynamic DT990 Pro but DT990 is not surround, does it really affects gaming experience? Every opinion will be helpful. Thanks in advance, - Emanuel Messias, R.d.S.
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