I have hearing loss in both ears; more or less equally. Diagnostically, an audiologist would refer to it as a "corner-to-corner" loss; completely normal up to about 4k hertz, then dropping steeply down to around 10K hertz and, essentially non-existent above that.
As others have mentioned, conversation is challenging with this kind of hearing loss because you're robbed of the high frequency sounds; particularly the ability to define consonant pairs, like "th", "ch" and "sh". On the other side, the vowels are, for the most part, fine.
Music hasn't really been a problem so far; although overtones are a thing of the past for me as well as sounds an octave and a half about high C on the piano; they simply sound like light taps on a table top.
I use digital CIC Starkey hearing aids when I need to get as much from my ears as I can. But, often times I just let it go and enjoy the level of hearing that I have.
I can hear all of my mistakes perfectly!