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Electronic music artist and sound designer Richard Devine never compromises on his sound. With a room full of modular and standalone analog synths he chose the Dangerous 2-BUS+ as the centerpiece of his hybrid studio to deliver the full impact of his unique sound. Combined with his Dangerous MONITOR ST controller and CONVERT-2 D-to-A converter, Richard achieves a seamless and intuitive creative flow for recording, mixing and mastering. Watch the video to find out more!
Dangerous Music, Glyph, Phoenix Audio and Manley Labs invite you to an evening at IV LABS Studio with marek stycos, Founder of Audio Alchemist: Studio Owner in FL, MA, CA, NY, Worldwide sales driver, comedian and marketing maven for Premier Pro Audio brands.
The “Fabulous Room” at Flux Studios NYC is one of the premiere mixing studios in the land. And from EQ and dynamics processing, to conversion, monitoring and summing, #DangerousMusic gear is part of an ultra-clean signal chain—allowing world-class mixing and mastering on a daily basis.
With a one-take jazz singer like Cécile McLorin Salvant, a skilled and thoughtful touch is essential. On her 2016 GRAMMY® Award-winning Best Jazz Vocal Album, "For One To Love," engineer Todd Whitelock used the #DangerousMusic BAX EQ to bring out the amazing subtleties of her vocal artistry. Get the details on exactly how and why Whitelock chose the BAX to get his GRAMMY-winning mix—you'll hear the difference. #SacrificeNothing
Flux Studios NYC fills this incredible space, known as “The Dangerous Room,” with some of the finest vintage and modern gear an engineer could hope to record, mix or master with. As you might expect, the #DangerousMusic MONITOR ST, COMPRESSOR and more are part of the great work that takes place here.