Edmeston, NY (April 22, 2013)—The Dangerous Music products in use by The AND Group, a collection of music management and media companies, are influencing equipment choices elsewhere.
“We’re a hybrid between a traditional artist management company, a publishing licensing company, and an experiential marketing company for brands. The marketing we do is specific to music and entertainment, a field that we already understand well on the management side,” says company co-founder Lucas Keller. “Some of our artists are using the Dangerous gear in the studio and we are introducing it to some of the other artists we manage when they get together with those guys. I actually am getting lots of calls and emails from our artists about Dangerous gear and wanting to put it into their own studios and production workflow.”
“I haven’t found anything out there like Dangerous Music. Their D-Box ties my whole studio together,” says multi-Grammy winner David Hodges, who has worked with Evanescence, Carrie Underwood and Kelly Clarkson. “As a monitoring system, it is intuitive and versatile, clean and powerful. As a summing unit, it gives a warmth and clarity to everything I work on – from pop tracks to country sessions, to rock mixes. The fact that I get two vital pieces of hardware in one without sacrificing any quality makes the D-Box a must-have.”
According to PJ Bianco, who has worked with Demi Lovato, Sean Paul, Mya, “The Dangerous D-Box brings depth and adds tasteful separation that you simply can’t achieve in the box,” states.