Edmeston, NY (May 5, 2011)–New York’s Stadium Red, home to several Grammy-winning engineers and producers, features Dangerous Music hardware in Studios A and C4.
In-house team members include Classical Producer of the Year winner David Frost, Best Classical Album winner, mix engineer Tom Lazarus, along with Best Rap Album winner, producer Just Blaze. The A and C4 studios are outfitted with a range of Dangerous Music hardware, including the Dangerous Monitor ST and the Monitor ST/SR customized for 7.1 surround, the Dangerous 2-Bus LT analog summing, and the new Dangerous BAX EQ.
“There were four projects done at Stadium Red that won Grammys this year,” says Claude Zdanow, founder and CEO of Stadium Red. “Three of the Grammys were in the classical world and one in hip-hop. In total, we were nominated for 11 Grammys in nine different categories.
“We won Best Rap Album for Eminem’s ‘Recovery’ with Just Blaze. He produced on the album and also did some mixing out of the A room, where he was using the Dangerous Monitor ST. Three of the five projects that made David Frost Classical Producer of the Year were done here in our Studio A using the Monitor ST/SR monitoring system. All our engineers, producers and mixers love the Dangerous Music gear. It’s gear we can trust on all our work.”
Zdanow continues, “The engineer that works out of Studio C4 is Ariel Borujow. He was the first person to say, ‘Listen, we need the Dangerous summing.’ He tried it out, and now he won’t mix without it. He’s primarily an in-the-box guy, but his chain is always: out to the Dangerous 2-Bus LT summing, to two tracks to an SSL compressor, then to the Dangerous BAX EQ. He swears by it; he won’t mix any other way.”