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This may be down to personal preference, but I keep my studio monitors flat - even though I have about 3dB [subjective] hearing loss above about 6kHz in one ear. It was caused by illness, not by sitting too close to front of house for decades. I compensate by turning my head periodically if I need more detail, rather than upsetting the sound of the room [for ...


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Individual hearing abilities don't really factor into the discussion beyond preferences for certain equipment or room designs. Outside of building a better listening space (eg. control room) and tweaking one's monitors with corrective processing for the listening position, there really isn't a whole lot one can do to optimize sound reproduction. There's also ...


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The standard hack is to move one of the cans off your ear. Applications like Rogue Amoeba Loopback can route your mic input to the headphones. Loopback's latency is 20 ms, I don't know if this is low enough. Check the settings for your internal mic: disable "Use ambient noise reduction" to reduce latency. IDK if Audio Hijack can do what you want? If it'...


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I just wanted to add a bit more details to Michael's answer regarding how to make it work with the UFX1204. I know it's 5 years later, but the manual doesn't properly address this trick. First, send channels you want to hear effects on by turning their individual FX knobs. Press the FX ON button as well in the MULTI-FX section. Then send everything on the ...


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