There are different MIDI standards and they map MIDI notes differently to hex values (which is the value that actually matters). The MIDI notes mentioned in the RME Babyface Pro FS manual don’t map to the corresponding hex values sent by the Behringer X-Touch Mini because they seem to rely on different standards.
Here’s a mapping of the right notes to use with Behringer X-Touch Mini so that the correct hex values are sent to RME TotalMix FX:
I bought the TCL SOCL300 for around Rs. 400 ($5) from Amazon India.
The earpiece is super tiny and it sounded very weird on first listen with stock M-size tips. Everything seemed to be imaging to the right. I thought it had a channel imbalance so I measured them and it turned out to have great channel matching. Turns out it was a seal issue and going up to the stock L-size tips solved it.
Released in 1991, the ER4 was the world’s first noise-isolating high-fidelity in-ear earphone that became the basis of all subsequent in-ear earphones and in-ear monitors worldwide, creating an entire category of consumer electronics. 30 years later, the ER4 is still produced and while it’s changed over the years, it is still channel-balanced to within 1 dB by Etymotic.
If any earphone was to be considered the most significant in earphone history, it would be the ER4, the one that started it all. So I thought it would be interesting to see how it has evolved over the years.