Chris Tabron

Producer/Mixer

“The harmonic and transformer flavors are great options to have and the parallel limiter is a genius idea.”

Jeff Juliano

Mix Engineer

“The optional color circuits just gave me the sound of an SSL or Neve console in just 2 rack spaces… The low end punch, depth and width is just insane.. Im blown away!”

Thom Monahan

TapeOp Magazine

“For our journey, the 2-BUS+ provides the perfectly-paved superhighway, with a solid signal path and plenty of interesting detours to get us where we’re going.”

Thom Monahan

TapeOp Magazine

“[The Paralimiter] results in a beautiful, addicting backdrop of detail that doesn’t suffer from the disappointing wobble and flutter that normally corrupts low end in a mix that’s subject to heavy FET limiting.”

Thom Monahan

TapeOp Magazine

“The 2-BUS+, as with everything from Dangerous Music, is built rock-solid and seems to be made from last-foreverium. Knobs are sturdy and have a nice amount of friction, so adjustments can be made quite precisely.”

Thom Monahan

TapeOp Magazine

“The overall sound of my mixes just seemed a little more robust and clear. If the original 2-BUS was a superhighway for sound, then the 2-BUS+ is one that’s been freshly repaved, and I just got right back on and drove. “

Thom Monahan

TapeOp Magazine

“I found the new 2-BUS+ to be solid and incredibly musical, while still retaining the original’s openness and clarity that allows the unit to get out of the way of your signal.”

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