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Yes, I have experienced this (the sensativity/stress, over-anaylsis of everything I hear to the point I couldn't focus on watchin a film recreationally, etc) and it was a struggle for a year or two. It means your ears are waking up and you are likely gaining a more conscious control/understanding lf this 'sense' (the brain has been shown to adapt over time ...


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You coukd try with golden ears, is made by Philips for their sound engineers (they say)...


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Thinking about my personal process, I normally alter my process based around what I'm mixing. For your typical rock mix, the drums form the foundation around which everything else is built, so I generally at least get them close, but then vocals and guitar are what people focus a lot of listening on, so I normally move to them pretty quickly once I have a ...


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With in-ear monitors you either get mass produced models with sleeves or you have your ears cast to get a mold and have them custom built. It is impossible to have mass production prices an something that is custom made as much as it is impossible to for a generic rubber sleeve to fit your ears as well as a custom made mold. I'm afraid there's no in-between ...


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I have never experienced the symptoms that you describe, but for me I have my general mode of "hearing" and then when I need to I switch to "listening" mode. It seems to me like you are trying to be in listening mode as your default and are then experiencing sensory overload. As much as you need to develop you listening skills, it is vital that you control ...


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