Hey Dudes and Divas!

Enrolled KTVA vocalists have access to the full singer forum, self-registered members have access to limited areas of the KTVA forum - the rest of the forum is hidden from view.

To enroll in Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy Singing Lessons click here.



Noise Canceling Headphpones to use for monitoring myself when singing and rehearsing? (ear issue)

sebastiancelesnersebastiancelesner Posts: 59Pro
Hello, dear people at KTVA,

A couple of weeeks ago I was diagnosed a minor ear injury. I am hypersensitive to noises. I can listen better than anyone but my studies show I have to wear ear proteccion to avoid start losing hearing. My ear is in good health, generally speaking. I have a minor injury.

I' ve been a hard rock singer for over 20 years and only now I'm discovering my full potencial with Ken's course but now I can't be exposed to high level noises; which means I need huge ear protection (35 db) to sing live. This poses a problem, as you can imagine.

I've been inquiring to find a solution to this but the options are huge and there are too many technical details I don't know about. I was wondering if you could recommend me trade mark and model of good over ear, Noise Canceling Headphpones to use for monitoring myself when singing and rehearsing or any other option that you think is better. I was told pro singers use in-ear cancelling but these are way too expensive for me. I've seen them online for over $2000!

Thanks a million!!

Sebastian.

Comments

Sign In or Register to comment.