“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

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 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

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

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

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


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

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

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

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