• For mixing - and especially mastering - you need speakers that are as flat, detailed and honest as possible. You don't say what size you need - small nearfield, or larger mains.

    Plenty of excellent industry standards, depending on your price, too: ATC (my choice), Genelec, Adam, Duntech....

  • There are a lot of studio monitors on the market. You will have to decide if you want something with a standard 8 inch woofer or maybe just a 5 or 6 inch that are less money but don't have quite as much bottom end. Just like home stereo speakers(I've had my KEFs for 22 years) you pay for quality so check out what's available and get what you can afford or are willing to spend. 

    Monitor placement is also important so find that sweet spot where your ears and the monitors are in harmony.

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