Dangerous Music, who revolutionized digital mixing with the original 2-BUS analog-summing mixer, has redefined summing again with the ground-up redesign of the Dangerous 2-BUS+. The unveiling ceremonies will be conducted at Sweetwater’s GearFest in Fort Wayne, Indiana with engineer/producer Fab Dupont officiating.
Dangerous Music pioneered the dedicated rack-mounted analog summing device for the back-end of any digital audio workstation in the late 1990s, and the Dangerous 2-Bus proceeded to take its place as the industry standard solution for the analog/digital mixing workflow.Read More »
Recently picking up multiple Grammy’s for his work on Beck’s, “Morning Phase,” Thorp has built a solid foundation in the music industry, further adding to that foundation with his Atlantis microphones. Thorp and Lauten Audio’s founder, Brian Loudenslager, recently became acquainted after exchanging social media praise for each other. “I friended Darrell on Facebook; upon him accepting my request, he posted on my page stating, “Love your mics!” I replied simply, “Love your ears,” says Loudenslager, adding, “Of course I had to inquire and get more specifics as I wasn’t aware Darrell was using our microphones”.Read More »
Reuven Amiel is a unique mix engineer who has come full circle from analog consoles and tape, to mixing only digitally in-the-box, to his studio today which combines the best of both worlds, a hybrid analog-digital setup, with a software DAW and plug-ins, analog summing, and integrated outboard gear. “If you are looking for flexibility, the Dangerous Music products give you freedom,” states Amiel unequivocally. “I don’t feel like a slave to a certain sound when I am mixing with Dangerous gear. I am not kidnapped by the sound of my summing or my compressor or my EQ. If I want color, I have the freedom to color the sounds in the way I want with other gear. That’s very important for me.” Amiel is working in his Miami, Florida-based studio with his ‘Hybrid’ setup featuring the Dangerous Music 2-Bus summing, Monitor ST monitoring and switching combined with the new Convert-2 DAC, the BAX EQ and the Dangerous Compressor.Read More »
The newly opened Philharmonie de Paris, a state-of-the-art building complex designed to host international symphonic ensembles, including the Orchestre de Paris, features Amadeus speakers throughout each of the many musical venue spaces; from the Large Rehearsal Space with public seating, to Practice Rooms, to the Grande Auditorium and the Music Exhibition and Conference Rooms, plus the two on-site recording studios. Amadeus speakers used in the project include various sizes of its DIVA, PMX, ML, and MINITRI Series, with over 50 Amadeus speakers installed in the landmark building complex.Read More »
Australia-based mix engineer Klaus Hill mixes hit after dance music hit for top stars and record labels using Dangerous Music D-Box summing/monitoring system and Dangerous BAX EQ
Over ten years ago dance mix engineer Klaus “Heavyweight” Hill made a pilgrimage from his home in the UK to Australia to work on some music. A few years after deciding to stay in the Land Down Under, he finally put together his ultimate portable mixing rig featuring the Dangerous Music D-Box analog summing and monitor controller as its centerpiece, and later added the Dangerous BAX EQ. Over the years, he’s mixed thousands of dance tracks for top artists including Felix Da Housecat, SCNDL, The Potbelleez, and Tom Piper, along with record labels Ministry Of Sound, Spinnin’ Records, Dirty Bird and more. Hill mixed the vocal and mastered the track, “Swing,” by Joel Fletcher featuring Savage, which won the Best Dance Music Record of the Year award from Australia’s prestigious APRA organization just this week..