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    Quote Originally Posted by mjbphotos View Post
    The problems:
    Untreated room
    KRK monitors (have heard more bad reviews than good)
    In-ear monitors - great for stage work, not for mixing (I had 215s, never even tried them for mixing).

    Unless you can actually hear your tracks, you are making EQ adjustments that are guesses.

    More gear isn't going to help until you can monitor better.
    Great, thanks for the feedback. What are your thoughts on portable vocal sound booths,? Maybe to improve at least the recording process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TalismanRich View Post
    I'm guessing that you have the audio tracks from your Youtube videos. Maybe you could post the vocal with and without EQ changes here. Then maybe we can hear what you are adjusting, and see if we hear the same thing.

    Great idea, will post them as soon as I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PabloDB View Post
    Great, thanks for the feedback. What are your thoughts on portable vocal sound booths,? Maybe to improve at least the recording process.
    'Booths' - no, unless you are doing voice-overs. Some mic reflection filters help, but for the money you can build 4" thick (movable) traps that are more useful.
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    Old KRK designed by Kieth R. Klawitter are pretty decent. The new ones aren’t as good. Their amp designs aren’t good and they seem focused for a certain genre of music. Klawitter recently moved to Behringer and called his Nekkst monitors his best work yet. I’ve yet to try those out.

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