Monitoring the electribe

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Post by Blue Monster 65 on Tue Apr 02, 2013 7:55 am

1. Turn the volume DOWN!

2. Headphone or monitors - depends on time of day (my studio is in my home these days)

3. AKG headphones or Tannoy monitors

4. Take a break every now and then to avoid ear fatigue (I'm old enough that the high end starts to go in two hours if I don't turn it off for a few)

That answer your question?

Monitoring the electribe

Post by coolmandaz on Tue Apr 02, 2013 7:10 am

[size=150]Hey all, i was just looking to find out what everyone else is using when it comes to rehearsing/creating music with the electribe... many times i get a splitting headache from playing on the electribe for several hours on end, maybe its a fucking medical problem for all i know but what is it you guys use??

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