Monitors present a truer sonic image of sounds than speakers, enabling engineers and producers (that’s you!) to accurately assess the state of their project.
The relatively flat frequency response of monitors helps you to make a mix or master that translates to most systems, regardless of their bias.
This gear roundup from Juno presents ten of the best studio monitors on the market today, a decidedly difficult task:
Buying a set of decent studio monitors can be confusing business, with the days of picking up some industry standard Yamaha NS10’s long gone — the market is now brimming with viable alternatives. With the advent of room correctional facilities being commonplace across the market range, and phrases like “bass reflex” and “ported” being thrown about, picking out a pair of monitors suited to your needs is not easy.
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