Mixing With Headphones – Open Back vs. Closed Back



By request, here’s my take and experiences with open back and closed back headphones for mixing! We’ll break down the benefits of each to help you make the right choice for your mixing needs 🎧🎚

Ollo Audio S4 (Open Back):
Adam Audio SP-5 (Closed Back):

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