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

Do I need to leave blank rack spaces above/below my gear?

Dangerous gear does not get extremely hot. However, we always recommend leaving blank spaces anyway. More ventilation always equals longer gear life, no matter how hot or cool your gear runs. Do not rack your Dangerous gear next to very hot gear such as power… READ MORE Do I need to leave blank rack spaces above/below my gear?

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

Glenn Bucci

Engineer, Revelation Sound Studios

“After hearing the UAD BAX EQ I was amazed how great the unit sounds. It adjusts the signal without getting in the way. It offers a clear crystal sound without sounding sterile or boring. What it does is enhance the music is a wonderful way.”

Glenn Bucci

Engineer, Revelation Sound Studios

“The filters help remove rumble, and when using the 70 kHz filter, it provides more headroom for your mixes. The added M/S just adds more flexibility to the unit as well. This is now one of my go to EQ’s in my studio.”

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

What is Mastering?

Was there always a function called audio mastering? With special boxes and super speakers, engineers hunched over a myriad of dials and knobs, in strange rooms with peculiar wall and ceiling coverings, magically making the music sound amazing? The short answer is no: It’s a… READ MORE 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 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

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

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

Simon Li

Mixing/Mastering Engineer - nOiz

“Integrates with MASTER seamlessly and they work as one well-designed mastering console with lots of flexibility in routing. The cleanest and most transparent insert switching I’ve ever used.”