i mix a lot with sonarvorks on my head phones works like a charm sonarworks its not as chap as free tough hehe
so its a really nice offer sadly i use 44.1 so i expect sonarworks to work the best cpu vice and latency vice and more accurate mostly more accurate because it adjust to my 44.1 or what ever i chose automatically
but still many thanks for the offer very generous of you and it will be very useful for those who usually use 48kHz
if this is as good as sonarworks prepare to be amazed, flat sounding cans is not only good to mix on but also also much better to track with if its possible to use these presets with ZL
I am planning on getting the HD650...any words on it? And probably buying the Waves NX Plugin.
Hi basaristudios, I prefer not to recommend things considered personal preference ... so I won't with headphones. I do like the HD650's. They sound natural with a nice soundstage.
They have been described to have more low-end response when compared to their 600 model. I actually do not find this an issue, and actually prefer them for checking low-end integrity.
It took several days for them to 'burn-in' [basically played music through them]. It was an interesting 'experiment' to listen to them change and eventually morph/mature. The headband is comfortable to the point that you forget they are on. They are 'Open Air' [which was new for me]. The soundstage is also comfortable ... I don't get the sense that the speaker is piercing my ears. All ranges of music that I've put through them sound honest or true, and could listen all day.
For my work, they are specifically for check/verification. I would not want to mix or master on headphones [ANY headphones]. Some people can, but after 35 years doing this, I accept this limitation. As an additional monitoring reference, the HD650 is very reliable.
I should note that I drive them directly from my AD/DA breakout box. I'm told that a dedicated headphone amp makes the experience even better. I'm fine just as is.
Hope this helps. Ask for specifics if wanted. Just to remind ... they took about 72 hours for 'burn-in'.