How to Play a Musician Ear Plug
Posted On July 3, 2021
When a musician or producer asks about a plug, you’ll want to take advantage of the option, which offers two things: a simple way to change the sound (for a given audio track) and a convenient way to customize it.
In this article, I’m going to cover both.
What’s a Musicians Ear Plug?
You can use your headphones to adjust your headphones’ volume.
You can adjust your speakers’ volume, too.
With a plugged-in player, you can adjust the volume of your headphones, your speakers, and your headphones themselves.
For example, you might want to tweak your soundstage so that it’s narrower for listening to an audiobook.
With headphones plugged in, you’d change the speaker’s volume.
In most cases, a plugged in player will let you adjust the audio’s volume independently of the speakers’, so you can use one player for two audio tracks.
And if you’re using a Bluetooth speaker or microphone, you could adjust the speaker or mic volume independently.
What if you want to customize your headphones?
You could do that, too, and with a plugged speaker, you’re free to change that soundstage to the speakers you want.
You could also tweak the volume level of the speaker and mic separately, so they’re not loud.
If you want the same sound quality for all headphones, you just plug your headphones in and turn them off.
How to Customize Your Music Player Ear Plug Now that you’ve figured out how to use headphones to customize the sound of your audio, it’s time to get into some settings to customize how your music plays.
The easiest way to adjust the speakers, microphone, and speakers is to turn off the volume control on the headphones.
Then, you turn the volume on again.
This is what you’d see in your audio settings.
With the volume set to zero, the headphones are off.
But when you turn them on again, they’re still on, but now you have a chance to adjust them.
(You’ll also see the volume knob in the lower left corner of the headphones.)
Now, you should have the volume turned down as you turn off and turn on the volume controls.
But don’t let the volume off completely.
Just turn them back on, and then turn them up.
Now, the volume should be just as loud as before.
This will help you make sure that the audio playing from your headphones doesn’t sound muffled, even if the volume is off.
And once the headphones and speakers are turned off, you have another way to tweak the sound in your music.
You might want a bit more bass.
With your headphones turned off and the volume down, the bass is still there.
But it’s quieter.
You want the bass to sound louder, so it’s easier to hear what’s going on.
(And you’ll probably notice a slight increase in volume on the bass track.)
You can turn this up with the volume slider in the upper right corner of your headphone’s menu bar.
But be careful here.
When you turn this slider up, it will let the bass come through.
So don’t turn it down completely.
Instead, turn it up and leave it there.
It’s important to turn the slider down before you turn it on again so that the bass doesn’t come through when you want it to.
When it’s all done, turn the sound back on again and then leave the volume at its lowest setting.
That way, the sound will be even quieter than it was before you turned it down.
And finally, turn down the volume a bit to get the bass back.
You may have to do this a few times.
The result will be a more natural sound.
What about the headphones?
If you’re listening to music from a wired speaker, the speakers and mic will be turned off.
So your headphones and speaker are on, the same as when you’re in a recording studio.
But if you don’t have a wired headset, you need to get your headphones into the right position for your speakers and microphone.
You’ll want the headphones in a position where they’re in line with your ears, as shown in the illustration below.
But in this illustration, the left speaker’s microphone is off, so the left side of the microphone is facing the front of the left ear.
The right speaker’s mic is on, so its on the right side of your left ear, facing your ear.
To put the headphones on, turn off all the speakers except for the left one.
Then turn the microphone on and the right speaker on.
And the left microphone will turn on.
That’s what you’ll see on your monitor.
So, what about the audio?
Turn off the headphones, too and your music will be muted.
But you can turn them in again to adjust volume levels.
And you can keep the headphones turned on and adjust the music volume.
And again, keep the