Dangerous Music Returns To The Grammys
2012 Award Nominated Projects from Top Engineers & Producers using Dangerous Music equipment
Dangerous Music is a leading manufacturer of a wide range of pro audio hardware for recording, mastering, mixing and post-production facilities. Its products have won numerous awards including Technical Excellence & Creativity, Editor's Choice, and AES Best of Show, among many others. The Company designs and builds products that are indispensable to any DAW-based recording environment, bridging the gap between the analog and digital worlds of music production. Over a decade ago, Dangerous Music introduced the Dangerous 2-Bus analog summing mixer, an innovation that went on to define the product category of 'analog summing devices' and ushered in the concept of "out-of-the-box" hybrid mixing.
Dave Kutch, Grammy-winning mastering engineer based in New York, states, "Dangerous Music gear acts as the transparent heart of my current mastering room, and as The Mastering Palace expands in 2013 it will again handle the signal routing and monitoring in ALL of my new mastering studios." This year four of the many projects Kutch worked on are nominated for a Grammy: Elle Varner's composition "Refill" for Best R&B Song, John Legend featuring Ludacris for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration on "Tonight (Best You Ever Had)," The Roots album 'Undun' for Best Rap Album, and Lupe Fiasco for Best Rap Album, 'Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album, Pt. 1.' Kutch utilizes the Dangerous Music Master, Monitor and BAX EQ.