The digital audio converters he’d been using for his mix bus didn’t provide the headroom he craved. Read why Ross Hogarth switched to Dangerous Music.
Veteran Tape Op readers will know that I have tremendous respect for Bob Muller and Chris Muth of Dangerous Music [Tape Op #45 ]. Over the years, I’ve contributed to many reviews of their products published here in Tape Op, and… READ MORE Dangerous Music: CONVERT-AD+ Stereo Converter
By Frederick Norén
With eight channels of mastering-grade D-A conversion, this device packs a big sound into a 1U box.
Dangerous Music have been making high-quality D-A converters (DACs) for 15 years, but until recently they were only available in their monitor controllers.… READ MORE SOUND ON SOUND REVIEWS THE CONVERT-8
By Frederick Norén
Fifteen years after releasing their first D-A converter, Dangerous have brought out their first A-D. Was it worth the wait?
Dangerous Music have been making highly respected, mastering-grade outboard gear for almost two decades. Their monitor controllers have featured high-quality… READ MORE SOUND ON SOUND REVIEWS AD+
‘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
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
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
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 .