Academy Dashboard Forum Studio Studio Building / Acoustics Hearing Compensation for Elderly People Reply To: Hearing Compensation for Elderly People

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Kevin
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    Mixing in mono will probably be the way that works the best for you, indeed. With mono, I don't mean to collapse your stereo mix to a dual-mono system. I mean literally mixing on ONE speaker. Also, let someone else balance the vocals and listen to it in stereo and mono and memorize that. Make a mixdown of it so you always have a reference at hand. I know it sounds stupid, but what you have is seen in general as a handicap, but it's a real problem in this sector. I don't have to explain that. That being said, it shouldn't stop you from making music and, again, learn to do your work with your handicap probably is the best way to do it rather than inserting all kinds of tricks between that what you send to the master and that what comes out of your speakers, which always gives me shivers regardless the reason.