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Assuming you already have your DAW set up with monitors, when it comes to recording, the emphasis shifts to headphones.
In an ideal world these should be of the closed-back type as this prevents your cue headphone mix from bleeding into your microphone. The other thing to bear in mind is that if you’re recording in the same room as your DAW, anyone else you’re working with will need headphones too, so you can all listen with the monitors cut.
If this is the case, and you only have one headphone output on your interface, consider getting a headphone splitter box.