“Count” Gets Dangerous on DJ Shadow Release

Grammy-nominated SF Bay Area producer & engineer uses D-Box on multiple albums

EDMESTON, NY — January 5, 2012 — Following up on his Grammy-nominated mixes for Trombone Shorty which still reigns the Billboard charts with singles “For True” and “Backtown,” San Francisco Bay Area producer and engineer Count (aka Mikael Eldridge) just… READ MORE “Count” Gets Dangerous on DJ Shadow Release

2012 Grammy-Winning Engineer F. Reid Shippen Gets More Dangerous

 

Nashville based engineer wins two Grammys out of his seven 2012 award nominations and adds the BAX EQ to his extensive Dangerous Music gear setup

Edmeston, NY – March 19, 2013 – 2012 was a big year for mixer F. Reid Shippen, having taken home two statues… READ MORE 2012 Grammy-Winning Engineer F. Reid Shippen Gets More Dangerous

Across The Categories It’s Another Dangerous Year At The Grammys

Edmeston, NY – The 2010 Grammy(r) Awards nominations are in and Dangerous Music is once again proud to have several clients represented who used Dangerous Music audio hardware for recording, mixing or mastering some of these prestigious projects. Dangerous Music users and their nominated projects… READ MORE Across The Categories It’s Another Dangerous Year At The Grammys

Al Pryor and Todd Whitelock of Mack Avenue Records – Capturing Grammy-Winning Jazz

by   for SonicScoop

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 .

Executive VP of Mack Avenue Records , Al… READ MORE Al Pryor and Todd Whitelock of Mack Avenue Records – Capturing Grammy-Winning Jazz

Coldplay Goes Surround with Dangerous

Engineer Michael Brauer Uses Dangerous Monitor ST-SR to Mix Coldplay’s “Strawberry Swing” in 5.1 for Theatrical Release of Artsy Video

Edmeston, NY – Multi Grammy Award winning, Mix Engineer Michael H. Brauer recently mixed Coldplay‘s “Strawberry Swing” from Viva La Vida specifically for a… READ MORE Coldplay Goes Surround with Dangerous

Composer and Sound Designer Richard Devine Switches to Dangerous DAC & Monitor ST Controller

Edmeston, NY – July 29, 2014 – Richard Devine is renowned as an electronic music composer and producer, as well as sound designer extraordinaire. From his Atlanta, Georgia studio, and his company Devinesound, he specializes in the creation of custom sound, music and audio environments for film, television, video games, audio hardware… READ MORE Composer and Sound Designer Richard Devine Switches to Dangerous DAC & Monitor ST Controller

Composer PJ Hanke Scores With Dangerous Music

 

Composer/Producer believes in the analog advantages of Dangerous Music gear

 

Edmeston, NY – October 29, 2013 – Almost ten years ago, composer and producer PJ Hanke realized that ‘in-the-box’ mixes from his personal composing studio just didn’t have the quality of previous projects he had completed on large… READ MORE Composer PJ Hanke Scores With Dangerous Music

CONVERT-2 and CONVERT-8 Shipping Now.

Dangerous Music proudly launches the ‘CONVERT-2’ and ‘CONVERT-8’ 2-channel and 8-channel reference D-to-A converters today. For well over a decade, Dangerous Music has been lauded for developing some of the premier monitoring DACs in the industry; renowned mixing and mastering engineers around the world have… READ MORE CONVERT-2 and CONVERT-8 Shipping Now.

Cool Tools for DJ’s- Source Review from Electronic Musician

by Craig Anderton

Dangerous Music’s Source is an unusual product with many applications, including DJing. Geared for portability, Source monitors and routes a variety of input sources via high-end conversion, noiseless switching, and superb headphone amps. Its size and form factor suggest laptop-based audio production,… READ MORE Cool Tools for DJ’s- Source Review from Electronic Musician

Dan Black Gets Dangerous in Paris

 

Artist, composer and producer adds the Dangerous Source monitor controller to his Paris studio with stellar results

 

Edmeston, NY – January 20, 2014 – Internationally acclaimed solo artist, composer and producer Dan Black recently added the Dangerous Source monitor controller to his Paris studio setup. He… READ MORE Dan Black Gets Dangerous in Paris

Dangerous “Source” Controller the Choice of Top UK Post Houses

August 10, 2015 — Over the past several months solutions integrator Wire Broadcast has installed 33 Dangerous Music “Source” monitor controllers at two busy UK post production facilities, with 25 units going into THE MILL and 8 more at the new PRODIGIOUS location. Dangerous Music’s European distributor, Masteringworks, was the EU supplier for both… READ MORE Dangerous “Source” Controller the Choice of Top UK Post Houses

Dangerous Master Review From TapeOp Magazine

The Dangerous Master has taken my mastering console up quite a notch. Integrating it with the Dangerous Monitor (Tape-Op issue # 34) has truly given me the processing and routing capabilities I’ve always dreamed of but could never afford. That’s not to say that the… READ MORE Dangerous Master Review From TapeOp Magazine

Dangerous Music & Vintage King Team Up in Nashville for a Mix Extrapolation with Engineer F. Reid Shippen

Nashville, TN — January 15, 2015 — After about an hour of introductory explanations of gear by Dangerous Music Sales Manager and Audio Alchemist President, Marek Stycos, Grammy award winning mix engineer F. Reid Shippen took the spotlight and walked the Nashville audience through his… READ MORE Dangerous Music & Vintage King Team Up in Nashville for a Mix Extrapolation with Engineer F. Reid Shippen

Dangerous Music Delivers for Millions on Live TV Where There Is No Second Take

When the pressures of a live TV show weigh in on the audio mix engineers responsible for adding stunning sound to make the pictures come alive for eager audiences, the right monitoring gear is essential, and it’s why Toni Kern, at The Voice of Germany,… READ MORE Dangerous Music Delivers for Millions on Live TV Where There Is No Second Take

Dangerous Music Events in Texas with Marek Stycos

If you’re in the great state of Texas and would like to enjoy a wonderful evening among fellow Pro Audio peers, be sure to attend these informative events. Click on the links for RSVP and details. Food and drinks will be provided.

Houston November 1st, 2016 at… READ MORE Dangerous Music Events in Texas with Marek Stycos

Dangerous Music featured in 2013 Gear Guide from Pro Sound News/Pro Audio Review

The new 2013 Gear Guide from Pro Sound News & Pro Audio Review is out, and its focus is monitoring. Junior Sanchez and Chris Vrenna are featured in a section called “Of Mixes and Monitors” where they both talk about the importance of a professional… READ MORE Dangerous Music featured in 2013 Gear Guide from Pro Sound News/Pro Audio Review

Dangerous Music Products In Demand at Busy Music Production Group

April 9, 2013 — When top producers and writers collaborate in the studio with other artists—DJs and like-minded music professionals — the exposure to key pieces of gear often gets noted and talked about as one watches the other and hears just how great it… READ MORE Dangerous Music Products In Demand at Busy Music Production Group

Dangerous Music Returns To The Grammys

 

2012 Award Nominated Projects from Top Engineers & Producers using Dangerous Music equipment.

Edmeston, NY – January 31, 2013 – As the 56th Grammy Awards show approaches, multi-award-winning hardware manufacturer Dangerous Music is offering congratulations to several of their users who have Grammy(R) nominated projects for 2012. This year, nominated projects recorded, mixed… READ MORE Dangerous Music Returns To The Grammys

Dangerous Source Review from TapeOp Magazine

Reviewed by Thom Monahan  ©2012,  Tape Op Issue 91 

With every recording session, there’s one piece of the puzzle that never rests; it’s constantly in use, informing every decision that you make – and that’s your monitor controller. You’ll use different mics, mic preamps, and dynamics processors; switch between… READ MORE Dangerous Source Review from TapeOp Magazine

Dave Stewart’s Hollywood Studio Gets Dangerous

Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics has continued his deft music producing over the years pulling together top talent on all sides of his projects. His staff programmer and engineer, Ned Douglas, at Stewart’s “Weapons of Mass Entertainment” studio in Hollywood, recently installed a Dangerous D-Box as the new center of the computer-based productions.… READ MORE Dave Stewart’s Hollywood Studio Gets Dangerous

Detroit Mastering Engineer Noël Jackson Gets Dangerous

Edmeston, NY – Mastering engineer Noël Jackson began getting into music and recording and then moved into mastering when he realized just how good music could sound. Jackson recalls when he was a teenager growing up, “Instead of watching TV, I listened to records.” And listening on a great system… READ MORE Detroit Mastering Engineer Noël Jackson Gets Dangerous

DJ & Producer Junior Sanchez Gets Dangerous with EDM

Dangerous Music 2-Bus LT and Monitor ST are key studio ingredients in renowned producer’s Electronic Dance Music projects, as well as his R&B, Rock and Pop productions.

Junior Sanchez started making records when he was in high school.  Now from the stage looking out over a sea… READ MORE DJ & Producer Junior Sanchez Gets Dangerous with EDM

Drummer & Mix Engineer Sammy Merendino Gets Dangerous

In Search of The Analog Solution, Studio Owner Adds Monitor ST, DAC-ST and 2-Bus

Dangerous Music equipment has found its way into many of the industry’s top mixing, mastering, and production studios, creating the perfect hybrid of digital and analog technology by enhancing DAWs with analog smarts… READ MORE Drummer & Mix Engineer Sammy Merendino Gets Dangerous

Dubway Studios Adds Dangerous Music ‘Monitor ST/SR’

Dubway Studios Adds Dangerous Music ‘Monitor ST/SR’
Busy NYC Recording Facility Chooses Monitor ST/SR 5.1 Controller for new 4th Room, alongside their Dangerous 2-BUS analog summing mixers

Edmeston, NY – September 12, 2006 – Dangerous Music, Inc. today announced that Dubway Studios, NYC… READ MORE Dubway Studios Adds Dangerous Music ‘Monitor ST/SR’

Duncan Sheik Gets Dangerous

EDMESTON, NY – September 30, 2011 – Renowned recording artist and composer Duncan Sheik has outfitted his Upstate NY studio with Dangerous Music’s analog summing, monitor control and DAC, installing the Dangerous 2-Bus, Monitor ST andDAC ST. Sheik and his long-time engineer Michael Tudor now get all the key ingredients of… READ MORE Duncan Sheik Gets Dangerous

Dweezil Zappa Gets Dangerous On The Road

“Room Service Rig” with Dangerous 2-Bus Analog Summing Amps Allow Mixes Immediately After Live ‘Zappa Plays Zappa’ Shows are Recorded

Edmeston, NY – In a joint announcement today with AMD (NYSE: AMD), Dangerous Music released details of Dweezil Zappa‘s road recording rig using 48-channels… READ MORE Dweezil Zappa Gets Dangerous On The Road

Electronic Musician’s Review: D-Box

In the last several years, the trend toward in-the-box computer-based recording and the accompanying decline in the use of the conventional mixing board have spawned several complementary product types designed to provide key functions previously handled by the console. The monitor controller, for example, gives… READ MORE Electronic Musician’s Review: D-Box

Engineer Dave McNair Plugs Into Dangerous Master

New Mastering Suite at NY Masterdisk Adds Dangerous Music ‘Monitor’ to ‘Master’ Transfer Console

Edmeston, NY – Mastering Engineer Dave McNair has a new suite at Masterdisk Studios in New York. Previously at Scott Hull’s studio, McNair made the jump recently when Hull purchased… READ MORE Engineer Dave McNair Plugs Into Dangerous Master

Engineer George Seara Builds a Dangerous Studio

Toronto Mix Studio Features Analog Summing, Metering, Monitor Control, DAC and EQ all from Dangerous Music.

EDMESTON, NY — August 1, 2011 — Award-winning Canadian mix engineer George Seara has created a complete Dangerous Music equipped studio featuring Dangerous 2-Bus analog summing, Monitor ST/SR stereo… READ MORE Engineer George Seara Builds a Dangerous Studio

Engineer Nathan Hamiel Mixes & Masters Dangerously

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

Engineer Pablo Arraya Gets Dangerous on Joe Perry Solo Album

Dangerous Monitor ST Key to 1960’s Style Mixes for Aerosmith Guitarist’s Release

Edmeston, NY – Engineer Pablo Arraya recently completed Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry’s solo record, Have Guitar, Will Travel, where he acted as both the recording engineer for the final tracks and… READ MORE Engineer Pablo Arraya Gets Dangerous on Joe Perry Solo Album

Engineer Pete Doell Gets Dangerous at Universal Mastering Studios

November 3, 2015 —Mastering engineer Pete Doell counts Dangerous Music gear as a key to his success. The Dangerous MONITOR was an eye and ear opener that has made his job easier at Universal Mastering Studios, “I have to admit when I first got the Dangerous Monitor and heard the playback… READ MORE Engineer Pete Doell Gets Dangerous at Universal Mastering Studios

Field Report: Dangerous Source in Action with Alan Evans of Soulive

There is nothing worse than having to question the quality of sound coming out of your studio monitors. Being able to hear exactly what you are recording and mixing is crucial, whether you’re getting paid or not.

I record and mix artists from all over… READ MORE Field Report: Dangerous Source in Action with Alan Evans of Soulive

FOX Studios Adds 5.1 Control with Dangerous Music “Monitor ST/SR”

FOX Studios Adds 5.1 Control with Dangerous Music “Monitor ST/SR”
Four Surround Monitor Control Systems Installed at FOX Studios, Los Angeles

Edmeston, NY — Dangerous Music, Inc. today announced the sale and installation of four of their Monitor ST/SR controllers at FOX Studios in… READ MORE FOX Studios Adds 5.1 Control with Dangerous Music “Monitor ST/SR”

FOX Studios Adds 5.1 Control with Dangerous Music “Monitor ST/SR” Four Surround Monitor Control Systems Installed at FOX Studios, Los Angeles

Edmeston, NY — Dangerous Music, Inc. today announced the sale and installation of four of their Monitor ST/SR controllers at FOX Studios in Los Angeles. The Monitor ST/SR solves monitoring problems associated with DAW-based recording and mixing in studio environments that do not employ a… READ MORE FOX Studios Adds 5.1 Control with Dangerous Music “Monitor ST/SR” Four Surround Monitor Control Systems Installed at FOX Studios, Los Angeles

Glenn Schick Gets Dangerous on Surround with Three ‘Masters’

Edmeston, NY — After Atlanta Mastering Engineers Glenn Schick and Colin Leonard put the finishing touches on a surround DVD and broadcast version of Shawn Mullins’ release “Live at the Variety Playhouse” (Vanguard) Glenn checked it against some other surround releases and was “pleased as punch” at the quality he’s… READ MORE Glenn Schick Gets Dangerous on Surround with Three ‘Masters’

Grammys Get Dangerous with Harrison, Carranza & Kahne

Grammys Get Dangerous with Harrison, Carranza & Kahne
Three Top Producers and Engineers who Rely on Dangerous Music Equipment Nominated for Multiple 2007 Grammy Awards

Edmeston, NY – Three top producers and engineers who are adamant believers in the sonic powers of Dangerous… READ MORE Grammys Get Dangerous with Harrison, Carranza & Kahne

Guitar Heroes Steve Ouimette and Ryan Greene Get Dangerous

Musician & Engineer use Dangerous Music 2-Bus and D-Box on
Blockbuster ‘Guitar Hero’ Games

Edmeston, NY – It’s not every day that a single videogame generates one billion dollars in sales. In fact, Activision’s Guitar Hero is the first. In the music industry… READ MORE Guitar Heroes Steve Ouimette and Ryan Greene Get Dangerous

Imogen Heap Chooses Dangerous Music and Focal

New Album Tracks Debuted at Private Listening Sessions Using Focal Twin6 Be Monitors and Dangerous D-Box

Edmeston, NY – In a joint announcement today Focal Professional and Dangerous Music announced that Imogen Heap has just finished a preview tour of her upcoming album ‘Ellipse‘… READ MORE Imogen Heap Chooses Dangerous Music and Focal

Int’l Mix Engineer Reuven “Paquirri” Amiel Keeps Getting Dangerous

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… READ MORE Int’l Mix Engineer Reuven “Paquirri” Amiel Keeps Getting Dangerous

International Producer & Mixer Phil Greiss Gets Dangerous with Zaho

Worldwide Hits mixed on Dangerous Music 2-Bus LT at Down Lo Studios, Montreal, Canada

Edmeston, NY – One way to tell what’s popular in music today is to see what’s popular in videos on the web. With over 2.3 million views, the online video… READ MORE International Producer & Mixer Phil Greiss Gets Dangerous with Zaho

Jonathan Wyner Adds New ‘Dangerous Compressor’ to his Very Dangerous Mastering Studio

Edmeston, NY – May 27, 2014 – Longtime mastering engineer Jonathan Wyner has added the newly released Dangerous Compressor to his already well-stocked Dangerous Music-equipped studio. Wyner’s Cambridge, MA based studio sports the Dangerous Music Master, Liaison and BAX EQ as well. Wyner is a Grammy-Nominated engineer who has… READ MORE Jonathan Wyner Adds New ‘Dangerous Compressor’ to his Very Dangerous Mastering Studio

Mastering Engineer ‘Chab’ Gets Even More Dangerous in Paris

December 2, 2014 — At Translab Mastering Studios in Paris, the Dangerous Music collection of gear is quite extensive and just grew again with its addition of the newly released Dangerous Compressor. The busy French mastering studio’s engineer Antoine Chabert (aka ‘Chab’) has filled his studio with Dangerous gear as its core: the Dangerous… READ MORE Mastering Engineer ‘Chab’ Gets Even More Dangerous in Paris

Mastering Engineer Colin Leonard Gets Dangerous in his Highly Customized Analog Studio ‘SING Mastering’

Atlanta-based ‘SING Mastering’ uses Dangerous Master, Monitor and BAX EQ at the core of a unique mastering setup.

Edmeston, NY — October 29, 2014 — Mastering engineer Colin Leonard works a lot with major record labels on singles, albums and custom masters for the very latest music videos — as… READ MORE Mastering Engineer Colin Leonard Gets Dangerous in his Highly Customized Analog Studio ‘SING Mastering’

Mastering Engineer David Kutch Gets Dangerous in NYC

Mastering Engineer David Kutch Gets Dangerous in NYC
Grammy-Nominated Engineer Opens New Mastering Studio with Dangerous Music Equipment at its Center

Edmeston, NY — Grammy-Nominated mastering engineer David Kutch has opened The Mastering Palace, a new mastering studio in New York City. In only… READ MORE Mastering Engineer David Kutch Gets Dangerous in NYC

Mastering Engineer Mike Wells Gets Dangerous on ‘Emily’s Army’ Release

Engineers Chris Dugan and Chris Lord-Alge team up to record and mix album, while Mike Wells masters the Billie Joe Armstrong production at his Dangerous Music equipped LA studio

Edmeston, NY – May 21, 2013 – Mastering engineer Mike Wells recently completed a project for producer Billie Joe Armstrong, the new… READ MORE Mastering Engineer Mike Wells Gets Dangerous on ‘Emily’s Army’ Release

Mike Wells Masters CDs and Vinyl Dangerously

Mastering Engineer Relies on Dangerous Music Equipment for Analog and Digital Releases

Edmeston, NY – Mastering Engineer Mike Wells swears by his Dangerous Music setup as the best rig he’s ever used, and record labels agree by giving him lots of business – in one… READ MORE Mike Wells Masters CDs and Vinyl Dangerously

Mix Engineer Chris Shepard Gets Dangerous at Lollapalooza

September 1, 2015 — During the 2015 Lollapalooza festival, mix engineer Chris Shepard test drove one of the first Dangerous Music 2-Bus+ summing amps with Paul McCartney and Metallica in the American Mobile Studio truck. Shepard was anxious to hear the new integrated processing capabilities, especially the unique Paralimit, as well as the custom transformer control… READ MORE Mix Engineer Chris Shepard Gets Dangerous at Lollapalooza

Mix Engineer David Kimmell Saved by Dangerous Music Analog Summing & EQ


Mixing bands live, especially through an analog console, can be a great pathway to mixing records. There’s an experience of immediacy in moving the faders and hearing what you expect. In-the-box all-digital mixing has placed some roadblocks in the way of that, but Dangerous Music puts the… READ MORE Mix Engineer David Kimmell Saved by Dangerous Music Analog Summing & EQ


Mix Engineer Michael James Hits #1 with Dangerous Gear

August 19, 2015 —Mix engineer Michael James has a double number one hit for his mix of the song “Estrellas Rotas” from recording artist Kalimba’s latest record, Cena Para Desayunar (Sony Music). The record has ruled both Monitor Latino’s ‘Plays’’ and ‘Audience Reach’ charts for seven consecutive weeks so far. “This is a very… READ MORE Mix Engineer Michael James Hits #1 with Dangerous Gear

MIX Review: Field Test: Dangerous Music Master

Dangerous Music changed the very concept of mixing “in the box” by introducing the Dangerous 2-Bus, the first stand-alone, line-level summing mixer. Dangerous designer Chris Muth, prior to partnering with company co-founder Bob Muller, was known for designing custom mastering consoles for Sterling Sound and… READ MORE MIX Review: Field Test: Dangerous Music Master

MIX Review: Field Test: Dangerous Music Monitor ST, Monitor SR

Not quite as dangerous as it sounds, but certainly exciting, Dangerous Music’s Monitor ST and Monitor SR are highly useful companions in today’s ever-evolving studio monitoring setups. Flexible routing and monitoring are more critical than ever, with many users now working both “inside” and “outside-the-box.”… READ MORE MIX Review: Field Test: Dangerous Music Monitor ST, Monitor SR

MIX Review: Field Test: Dangerous Music Monitor, MQ, 2-Bus and Mixer

Dangerous Music is leading the way to a brave new world with a line of professional recording studio interfacing tools that facilitate the highest-quality sound of music recorded and mixed inside any digital audio workstation.

The product line began as a simple quest for better-sounding… READ MORE MIX Review: Field Test: Dangerous Music Monitor, MQ, 2-Bus and Mixer

Nate Wood Gets Dangerous on Mixes & Masters

 

Edmeston, NY – June 25, 2013 – The journey from being a musician to becoming a mastering engineer began with Nate Wood making his own album and preferring the approach of recording and mixing the music himself, compared to going to a studio and trying to get someone else to… READ MORE Nate Wood Gets Dangerous on Mixes & Masters

New York’s ‘Stadium Red’ Is Very Dangerous

At New York’s Stadium Red it’s all about the Team and the Equipment; A Dangerous combination. With in-house Grammy-winning team members like ‘Classical Producer of the Year‘ winner David Frost, ‘Best Classical Album‘ winner, mix engineer Tom Lazarus, along with ‘Best Rap Album‘ winner, producer… READ MORE New York’s ‘Stadium Red’ Is Very Dangerous

NYU’s New Facility Goes Dangerous for 10.2 Surround Monitoring

Custom ‘Monitor ST/SR’ Controller Brings 10.2 Surround Monitor Control to Prestigious University

Edmeston, NY – Dangerous Music, Inc. today announced the installation of a unique 10.2 surround monitoring system for NYU’s Department of Music and Performing Arts at the Steinhardt School of Culture,… READ MORE NYU’s New Facility Goes Dangerous for 10.2 Surround Monitoring

Pete Evick Gets Dangerous On Brett Michaels Mixes

October 23, 2012 – Pete Evick wears many musical hats. He’s the guitarist in the Bret Michaels Band, as well as Michael’s songwriting partner, (plus he has his own band: Evick); but he’s also the Bret Michaels Band engineer, and records and mixes while he’s on tour with them. Evick… READ MORE Pete Evick Gets Dangerous On Brett Michaels Mixes

Producer & Engineer Richard Sales Gets Dangerous

Analog-Loving Engineer says Dangerous Music Equipment was “an Epiphany”
after mixing ‘in the box’

Edmeston, NY – Engineer and producer Richard Sales recently finished mixing his daughter Hayley Sales’ follow-up album for Universal using the Dangerous Music 2-Bus analog summing mixer and monitoring… READ MORE Producer & Engineer Richard Sales Gets Dangerous

Producer and Engineer Robert Carranza Is Dangerous

Producer & Engineer Robert Carranza Is Dangerous
Grammy Winner Churns out Hits with his Dangerous Music System

Edmeston, NY – Robert Carranza is a producer, and recording and mix engineer who swears by his Dangerous Music 2-BUS summing amp and other Dangerous Music… READ MORE Producer and Engineer Robert Carranza Is Dangerous

Producer/Engineer Jacquire King Gets Dangerous on New ‘Kings of Leon’ Release

Jacquire King uses Dangerous Music 2-Bus to mix follow-up to the band’s 2009 “Record of the Year” Grammy

Edmeston, NY – One of the most prestigious of the Grammy Awards is ‘Record of the Year’ and in 2009 it was awarded to the Followill family… READ MORE Producer/Engineer Jacquire King Gets Dangerous on New ‘Kings of Leon’ Release

Producer/Engineer Sterling Winfield Rocks With Dangerous Gear

   

Hard Rock Mix Engineer adds ‘Dangerous D-Box’ to his Home Studio

Edmeston, NY – Producer and engineer Sterling Winfield is known in the hard rock music world for his heavy sounds, and for the past several years he has been exclusively mixing through… READ MORE Producer/Engineer Sterling Winfield Rocks With Dangerous Gear

Richie Biggs and Charlie Peacock Get Dangerous in Nashville

July 17, 2012 — When the Civil Wars took the stage at the 2012 Grammy® Awards, Dangerous Music was part of the moment, as the band’s highly successful and great-sounding record was mixed on the Dangerous 2-Bus. The duo’s live Grammy performance was spectacular, a combination of everything musical and… READ MORE Richie Biggs and Charlie Peacock Get Dangerous in Nashville

Robert Vosgien Gets Dangerous At Capitol Mastering

Edmeston, NY — August 28, 2013 — When Capitol Records Mastering in Los Angeles decided to replace the old “disc cutting” consoles originally designed for mastering vinyl, they began to try out several new transfer consoles including the Dangerous Music Master with its companion devices… READ MORE Robert Vosgien Gets Dangerous At Capitol Mastering

Snowblind’s “Lord of the Rings” Video Game Gets Dangerous

Game Audio Guru Craig Duman adds Dangerous 2-Bus and Monitor ST/SR to his Mix

Edmeston, NY – Craig Duman is the sound design and music expert at Snowblind, a Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment Company that specializes in video games. Duman has over fifteen years experience… READ MORE Snowblind’s “Lord of the Rings” Video Game Gets Dangerous

Sound on Sound Review: Dangerous Music Monitor ST/SR

This modular monitor controller system offers an easy upgrade path from stereo to surround capability, and transparent audio quality to boot.

Dangerous Music are an American company producing high-quality analogue equipment to help enhance the facilities and interfacing of computer DAW systems. Among the… READ MORE Sound on Sound Review: Dangerous Music Monitor ST/SR

Sound On Sound Reviews the Dangerous Source

by Hugh Robjohns

US-based Dangerous Music have a reputation for producing high-quality but relatively affordable products, such as monitoring controllers, analogue summing buses and mastering insert switchers. The credo upon which chief designer Chris Muth operates is that audio integrity is non-negotiable, and all Dangerous Music… READ MORE Sound On Sound Reviews the Dangerous Source

Stem Mastering Seminar with Engineer Mike Wells 

‘Puremix Live’ presents an online, 3-video series on Stem Mastering, May 13, 2pm EDT Edmeston, NY – May 9, 2017

In an online event sponsored by Sweetwater Sound and Dangerous Music, Puremix will be offering a free 3-video seminar on ‘Stem Mastering’ by top LA-based mastering… READ MORE Stem Mastering Seminar with Engineer Mike Wells 

Tape Op Gear Review: Monitor ST, SR, DAC-ST & A.S.S.

Before you read F. Reid Shippen’s review below, let me first explain to you why I chose a Monitor ST/SR system for the client theatre at The Station, a NYC-based video production facility that I co-own. One of my initial experiences with Dangerous Music was… READ MORE Tape Op Gear Review: Monitor ST, SR, DAC-ST & A.S.S.

Tape Op Review: Dangerous Monitor

I’ve been asking for a high-quality monitoring system like the Dangerous Monitor ever since I started mastering some seven years ago. Many mastering engineers have custom-manufactured desks or modified Neumann desks, but these are quite expensive (typically $10,000-$50,000). Other mastering engineers are using high-end audio… READ MORE Tape Op Review: Dangerous Monitor

Teddy Riley Gets Dangerous

Seminal Producer and Songwriter Sets up Dangerous Music Rigs for Worldwide Use.

EDMESTON, NY – December 13, 2011 – Some producers follow artists to their home towns or favorite recording studios.  Seminal R&B and hip-hop producer/songwriterTeddy Riley has seen it all during his illustrious career and now… READ MORE Teddy Riley Gets Dangerous

The Blackbird Academy Gets Dangerous in Nashville

Edmeston, NY – December 3, 2013 – Blackbird Studio in Nashville, Tennessee, is one of the world’s best-equipped and favorite recording studio destinations for top musicians, producers and engineers. Artists such as Kings of Leon, The Black Keys, Jack White, Keith Urban, Sheryl Crow, and Tim McGraw have graced its live rooms. Studio owner John McBridebrought… READ MORE The Blackbird Academy Gets Dangerous in Nashville

Why Use an Analog Summing Mixer? Featuring Ryan West

October 14th, 2016 by  for Sonic Scoop

Ryan West is this months Dangerous Music guru, shedding light on his methods behind hybrid mixing.

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