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Old 9th December 2017
Here for the gear

I have the Beyerdynamic DT 770, Audio-Technica ATH-M50X, and Sennheiser HD 280 PRO, among others.

The Beyerdynamics are the best of them for detailed, accurate pro studio work and insulated from bleet. I keep them safe for tracking and mixing. with.

The Audio-Technica are more fun to listen to music. I love them the most for enjoyment. I can see that singers would love them for tracking, as long as you are careful about bleed.

If I had a tight budget, I would mix with the Audio-Technica's and JBL305 monitors, listening on another system for the deep bass, like a good car system, and other systems for translation.

Sennheiser HD 280's lack bass. Use with caution. They are accurate for the price, and I came to the conclusion they are the best cans under $100. Sound isolation is good for the price. I keep them in my backpack where they risk getting beat up when I am casually mobile. I would never do that with the Beyerdynamics kept aside for the singer.