7 Mistakes to Avoid When Setting Up Studio Monitors

Proper studio monitor setup is critical to ensuring your productions sound top notch. While many producers often focus on which brand or model of monitor is best, it’s important to remember that the room acoustics & positioning of your monitors is just as important as choosing the best pair. Also, note that even though headphones are a handy tool to have around, it’s the sound coming from your speakers that should always have the final call when making crucial decisions.

In this informative article, Joe Albano of Ask Audio goes over seven mistakes to avoid when setting up your studio monitors.

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