Shure IEMs with memory foam tips
Let me add to it.
The Shure IEM's will let you hear your mix no matter how loud it is, but they don't do well if you are having to put them on/take them off continuously. The foam tips need time to fit correctly each time you insert them, so it's not nearly as quick or thoughtless as a closed back can.
OTOH, they are so good at blocking noise you won't be running the signal to your ear very loud.
Hi all - I mix for a livestream, and due to space limitations, I have to sit in the room where the band is playing... appx 95dB average. I've been using some noise canceling cans, but would I be better off with something like Sennheiser IE400s? I realize I'm always going to have the bass problem (I feel it in my body, so I don't run it loud enough unless I'm very conscious about it) https://vidmate.onl/ , but I'm just wondering which option would be better to reduce bleed. Thanks!
i got this....