Kerseboom Masters with Dangerous

Mastering engineer and musician Nate Wood has outfitted Kerseboom Mastering, his studio in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, with the Dangerous Music D-Box and Dangerous Liaison programmable analog router.
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Edmeston, NY (June 26, 2013)—Mastering engineer and musician Nate Wood has outfitted Kerseboom Mastering, his studio in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, with the Dangerous Music D-Box and Dangerous Liaison programmable analog router.

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"I'm using every single function of the D-Box, every single day," states Wood. "I use it as a monitor controller, I use the talkback, the two headphone outs, and the summing mixer. Basically every button gets pressed every day! The D-to-A in the D-Box is my main D-to-A for listening."

"I use the headphones on the D-Box all the time for mastering, for fades and cleaning up edits. The D-Box headphone amp is a huge improvement over what I was using before, way more power and way more clarity. It drives higher impedance headphones better. It's great to have two different outputs, one for me, and one for a client. The client wants to listen on headphones that he knows, and I want to listen on my headphones."

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