#1
Im looking to buy some Isolation Headphones, ones preferably with a jack and speakers so I can listen to a metronome through them. I need some that will cancel out the sound of my drums enough so I can hear the metronome or music im playing to. What are some good ones?
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#2
I know musicians friend has a pair for 99 bucks that are made just for that. Extreme isolation i think they are called. You really don't need isolation headphones to hear the metronome though. You just need a good pair of studio phones and you will be able to hear it.
#3
Why do you need to cancel out the sound of the drums to hear the metronome? Shouldn't the drums do "the same thing".
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#4
i got some sound-canceling headphones. Sennheiser hd 202, they're like 20 bucks.. great for the price and they sound good. might do you the trick.
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Why do you need to cancel out the sound of the drums to hear the metronome? Shouldn't the drums do "the same thing".



well I guess I worded that wrong. Not completely cancel out the drums, but the headphones I have now(which do cover my entire ear) do not cancel the drums out enough to where i can hear the music or metronome enough to not deafen me.
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#6
I think his question was more along the lines of, "Why do you need a metronome when you have a drummer?"
#7
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I think his question was more along the lines of, "Why do you need a metronome when you have a drummer?"



no, not even close.
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#8
Well if you are a drummer you practice with a metronome to get better. Drummers that practice with metronomes always end up being the best ones.