I have good hearing and can separate sounds/arrangements in songs better than the average (non-music) person, but often mishear people or randomly lose parts of what they're saying. I'm also not very good at remembering lyrics until I've heard a song a whole of times, though I remember the melody and phrasing just fine.I already did that, but no difference unfortunately. Both ears, i have a hard time following conversation, while other sounds sources on the same db's are present. That's why i am i bit in doubt if this has to do with hearing or not.
Thx for posting this Markrs. Unrelenting tinnitus is maddening enough, but I have also experienced that temporary hearing loss she mentioned. It only lasts for a very short time, a minute or so, but is so disconcerting it feels like an eternity.
KT Tunstall on her show-halting hearing loss
I’ve always used db killers for protection from loud stage amps.What I'm hearing on the video's intro music is Barry White's "I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little Bit More Baby"...
When giggin' back in high school, my guitar amp was always on my left side during rehearsals and concerts.
Years later, I noticed that my left ear was not hearing the high frequencies that my right ear was hearing.
A visit to an audiologist confirmed that I have hearing loss from 6k on.
When mixing, I temporary boost this area on my left channel.
What other methods (plugins, etc.) would you recommend in my case?