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Dangerous 2-bus?

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by roijin, Feb 14, 2002.

  1. roijin

    roijin Guest

    Anyone used this ? or similar alternatives ie oram 8 channel fader etc... I've decided that mixing my pro tools out to an analog 2-bus mix is the only way I'm gonna get the separation and clarity/depth similar to the studio SSL I rent out for final mixes.
    What do people use?
     
  2. Bear's Gone Fission

    Bear's Gone Fission Active Member

    I'm an analog guy, but I've been watching this stuff with curiosity. Notice the the Dangerous only has a master level control. The notion is you ride track levels and do your panning in PT or whatever your DAW is and send tracks or submixes out to the D2B for high quality summing only. This is a plus for folks who need total session recall. I'm not sure that I ever would, so to me it seems like a lot of money for very little function. The guy who designed it does mastering consoles, though, so it's likely to sound great.

    Bear
     
  3. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    http://home.catv.ne.jp/dd/strip/mixbuffer_to p.html
     
  4. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    http://www.n-tosch.com/tec/SSL_mix/index.html
     
  5. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    http://www.dangerousmusic.com/2-bus.htm
     
  6. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    http://www.macmidimusic.com/ampurpatinbo.html
     
  7. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    Boy that was a PITA! (The 4 x HTML 's did NOT dig living on the one page together...)

    To explain

    2 x Japanese summing buses (custom it seems)
    1 x Dangerous 2-Bus (US made)
    1 x Neve pure path summing bus ($$$ + needs wireing)
     
  8. MadMoose

    MadMoose Active Member

    Look at all those caps in the Jap box. Can't be good for the audio. When I looked inside the D2B it was much cleaner.
     

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