July has brought us a lot – new hardware, software, free courses, and of course, the red white and blue. But before the month wraps, one of blue’s cousins, jazz will be joining us with Todd Whitelock and Al Pryor .
Whether it’s recording, mixing or mastering, engineer Nathan Hamiel puts his extensive collection of Dangerous Music gear through its paces to get the sound his clients desire. Starting out with the Dangerous D-BOX and BAX EQ, Hamiel eventually moved to the Dangerous MONITOR ST with… READ MORE Engineer Nathan Hamiel Mixes & Masters Dangerously
Review by Thom Monahan for TapeOp Magazine
Do people still argue about analog summing versus in-the- box mixing? I’m sure somewhere in Internet-world, the flames are still raging. I can see both sides of the long- running argument, but it’s kind of like pontificating on hiking.… READ MORE TapeOp Reviews 2-BUS+
Out of Flux Recording Studios in NYC, Ryan utilizes the Dangerous Music 2-BUS+ to demonstrate how summing with analog is the way to go. The method demonstrates increased punch,… READ MORE Why Use an Analog Summing Mixer? Featuring Ryan West