Dangerous Music Liaison Tutorial: Mastering

Dangerous Music Liaison Tutorial: Mastering

From Flux Studios in NYC, engineer/producer Fab Dupont demonstrates how to use the new Dangerous Liaison in a mastering environment as a standalone unit.

The Dangerous Music Liaison is an “Audio Neural Network” designed to increase productivity and improve the creative process by unleashing the potential of your outboard gear arsenal.

Here’s what Dangerous has to say about the Liaison and how it can be used:

“To survive in this modern day audio jungle, the contemporary studio must be flexible and agile; a facility that can adapt to any workflow, effortlessly. Tracking, mixing and mastering services oftentimes must be performed under one roof, utilizing every piece of outboard gear available.
The Dangerous Liaison realizes this dream by providing unprecedented access to your outboard equipment.

Connect up to six of your favorite units to the Liaison (more if you daisy chain, leverage a patchbay or add a Dangerous Master). Instantly audition any device or combination, change the order, dial in some parallel processing and then store these customized signal paths as presets to use again, on demand, anytime. True hard-wire bypass relays remove the gear entirely from the signal path; this includes outboard that lacks an integrated bypass or true hard-wire bypass. Mastering grade components switch instantly and silently, providing true A/B comparisons without coloration or latency. Pre and post-processing monitor outputs make it simple to audition between the original source and the treated product.”

Find a host of tutorial videos like the one here at www.PureMix.net.


  • Anonymous

    Great video and laying out the signal path is indeed a key elemen to any mastering operation. Very fun annd highly informative.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OEDH42VU3ET4S4HSMI76EMXCXA Kevin

    @6:40 Constant Gain Monitoring? FGX, you’ve done it again!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OEDH42VU3ET4S4HSMI76EMXCXA Kevin

    * at 6:40