... how do you listen to you your tracks as you decide they are "done"? (They're never done, are they )
-- Ear bud
-- PC speakers
-- Cell phone speaker
-- Headphones Studio Monitor Grade (does not "color", add Bass, etc... it is what it is, in theory)
-- Studio Monitor External Speakers
-- Generic Stereo Speakers
-- 1969 Chevy Chevelle at 11 on the vol dial
-- Send to friends and "ask 'em how it sounds on what they got"
-- Bluetooth to your HD TV Speaker
-- 1969 Black and White TV Dad never threw out with that "bitchen" 6 in oval speaker behind the woodsim-plastic-grill ...
Studio Monitor Grade Headphones
Cell phone speaker
Bluetooth to a "high-end" generic stereo
(occassionally an audiophile grade ear-bud, but rarely since they all tend to bal toward bass, and I think are unhealthy to use )
-- And if I ever burn a CD, --a rolling $35K stereo -- a lovely stereo conveniently outfitted with wheels and engine. I guess I could just BT to it. Modern conveniences!
I can listen to a song on an AM radio broadcast to a 1965 3in Ford PU Dash Speaker and know if it "like" it... so this is purely about a "Mix"
I usually listen to "you's guys" stuff on Studio Monitor Headphones, --fyi