Amiel is a Dangerous Convert

Mix engineer Amiel is working in his Miami, FL-based studio with a hybrid setup that includes the Dangerous Music 2-Bus summing, Monitor ST monitoring and switching combined with the upcoming Convert-2 DAC, the BAX EQ and the Dangerous Compressor.
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Miami, FL (May 11, 2015)—Mix engineer Amiel is working in his Miami, FL-based studio with a hybrid setup that includes the Dangerous Music 2-Bus summing, Monitor ST monitoring and switching combined with the upcoming Convert-2 DAC, the BAX EQ and the Dangerous Compressor.

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Amiel is testing the new Dangerous Convert-2 and Convert-8 DACs: "I have tested and A/B'd many converters and the Dangerous Convert-8 is the only memorable, striking experience I have had-not only for the quality, musicality and richness of the converter-but for the way the Convert-8 makes the music feel right.

He recalls his first using the Dangerous Convert-8 DAC: "I was mixing a very complex song that I had been working on for a long time, but the tracks weren't recorded that well. I put the tracks through the Convert-8, and when I pressed play, the song just immediately felt right. It just made me feel so happy; the sound came through with more richness, and it felt more real and natural. I feel like I bypassed hours of work by just plugging in the Convert."

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