I would go with a set of studio monitors which can get in the extreamley pricey range. I advise going to some local studios and expeeriencing their setups if possible. I know in Nashville its easy to get access to RCA Studio's A,B,C and Oceanway studio's whcih all have excellent set ups. Also for mixing music alot of people mix on several sets of speakers before the mastering is finished. Also they typically do it through headphones and several sets of speakers. Or this is what my friends tell me Im just a student at Belmont Univ. so I dont know as well as some other people I just know what Im told.
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