Friday, Oct 24, 2014
Tape Op Magazine does an in-depth review on the Dangerous Compressor. Read More
“The Master has breathed new life into my analog chain.”
Larry Di Vivo, Tape Op Magazine
“The Dangerous 2-Bus makes the stereo image wider, there’s much more headroom and a tighter low-end — it’s made a huge difference in the sound of our re...
Anthony J. Resta, Producer
"WOW!!!! The music is more spread out. All the instruments have their own space...What a difference! A more polished sounding mix..."
Glenn Bucci, Engineer, Revelation Sound Studios
“The Dangerous Music gear is a far more elegant solution to anything I saw that was available…because of its simplicity, sonic power, and well thought-out d...
Mike Wells, Mastering Engineer
“I feel the 2-Bus provides a clean and transparent path.”
Jerry Harrison, Producer
"The DAC that’s built into the Dangerous Monitor is really good and it’s fast. I really fell in love the with Dangerous Monitor."
Colin Leonard, Mastering Engineer
“I’ve gotten into the D-Box summing, it’s exciting to apply it to soft-synths to get that warmth and that width in the mix.”
Morgan Page, Remixer
“The Monitor ST is the heart of the studio as it controls all of my signal flow and monitoring.”
Dirty South, Remixer
“The Dangerous Music equipment is the centerpiece of my mixing rig. Everything I do goes thru a Dangerous Monitor, 2-Bus, Master and BAX EQ. Everything.”
Fab Dupont, Mix Engineer
"From hip hop to classic rock, I was able to bring a more aggressive back beat out of a variety of sources [with the Dangerous Compressor]."
Garrett Haines, Mastering Engineer
Mastering engineer Colin Leonard works a lot with major record labels on Read More
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