This plugin now has a permanent spot in all the DAWs I use. Combined with Waves NX, it really makes working in headphones a much more productive process for me. I do not get to crank the monitors as much as could in the past so having majority of my work done in headphones and then using the hour or two when I can crank it loud for minor tweaks and edits is a blessing.
There is a wide range of headphone models. The ability to choose between correction or simulation or custom is a useful feature too.
Very low CPU footprint is always important and Morphit barely registers a blip.
I was very skeptical about it when it just came out because I didn't think that headphone compensation is a worthwhile idea but it turned out to be a very useful plugin.
As sextonr3 I also have a pair of Beyerdynamic DT990s and Sennheiser HD280Pros, but I don't have studio monitors and I use HD280Pros at work and DT990s at home. They sound wildly different, and I figured that even though I know both pairs very well mixing the same material using both tend to mess up my mixing decisions, so making both pairs to sounds roughly the same started to look like a noble goal.
Luckily Morphit does just that and it works very well for the headphones I have. It's been in my monitoring fx chain for a month now and it's not going anywhere, it's just too convenient after you get used to the compensated sound. Mind you, it won't make your headphones "perfectly flat", but it doesn't need to, because there's no such thing as "perfectly flat" anyway. So if you're stuck mixing on headphones like me, give it a try.
Super useful plug for checking mixes. Throw it on your mix/master bus, plug in some headphones, and check your mix on a wide array of end-user possible environments. I have a pair of Beyerdynamic DT 990s and Sennheiser HD280s, both of which are in the plugin. I can then morph the frequency response of those headphones, (both measurable values) then have the plugin compensate to provide a near perfect linear response. I still use monitors for 90% of the mix, but when I'm starting to polish it up, I throw on the cans and this plugin and my translation has improved 100%.