Mohler Mixes in D-Box

Musician, engineer and producer Billy Mohler recently adopted Dangerous Music's D-Box for analog summing and monitoring at his studio in Los Angeles.
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Edmeston, NY (May 18, 2012)—Musician, engineer and producer Billy Mohler recently adopted Dangerous Music's D-Box for analog summing and monitoring at his studio in Los Angeles.

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Mohler, who studied upright bass at both the Berklee College of Music and the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz, has found a niche developing artists and producing, especially solo artists and indie bands. Mohler also plays guitar, keyboards and drums, often playing all the instruments when working with a solo artist. At the 2012 Grammy Awards, one of the recent albums on which Mohler has a songwriting credit, "Nuestra" by Gustavo Galindo, was nominated for Best Latin Pop Album.

Mohler discovered Dangerous Music while playing bass on a Kelly Clarkson record and working with producer and engineer David Kahne, who has a very large Dangerous Music setup. "I had heard everybody was raving about the Dangerous gear, so I jumped in and got the D-Box."

Mohler says, "I've been using the D-Box for about three months, and it's incredible; I love it. I work mainly in-the-box, so it's nice to have for bouncing out mixes or songwriting sessions. Everything sounds wider, a little more transparent, more punch. It kind of bridges the gap for me.”

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