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Co-founders Bob Muller and Chris Muth met during a recording session in the mid-1990's at the old Dangerous Music studio in New York, then owned by Muller. Muth had been building mastering studios and custom equipment for the likes of The Hit Factory, Sterling Sound, and MasterDisc. The two became fast friends and before long were partners in the Dangerous Music studio.

They went on to pioneer the concept of the dedicated analog summing amplifier for DAW mixers by developing the Dangerous 2-Bus as a custom one-off product. The 2-Bus was built to order for local engineers in New York who had cut tracks at the studio but needed to mix in their own DAW off-site. The word started getting around and 2-Bus became so popular that Bob and Chris started "Dangerous Music Inc" the hardware company and began selling the 2-Bus commercially in 2001.

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  1. Dangerous Music 2-BUS+ 16-Channel Analog Summing Mixer
    Your Price $2,999.00
    Open Box:
    $2,639.12
  2. Dangerous Music CONVERT-8 Eight-Channel Reference Grade Digital to Analog Converter
    Your Price $3,499.00
  3. Dangerous Music BAX EQ Broadband EQ
    Your Price $2,799.00
  4. Dangerous Music COMPRESSOR
    Your Price $2,999.00
  5. Dangerous Music MONITOR ST Remote-Controlled Source and Speaker Switcher
    Your Price $2,199.00
  6. Dangerous Music CONVERT-2 Two-Channel Reference Grade Digital to Analog Converter
    Your Price $2,999.00
  7. Dangerous Music LIAISON Recallable Insert Switching Matrix
    Your Price $2,999.00
  8. Dangerous Music D-BOX+ 8-Channel Summing Mixer and Controller with USB and Bluetooth
    Your Price $2,499.00
  9. Dangerous Music SOURCE Portable Monitor Controller
    Your Price $999.00
  10. Dangerous Music User Replaceable Faceplate in Ebony for 2-BUS LT
    Your Price $99.00
  11. Dangerous Music CONVERT-AD+ Stereo A/D Converter
    Your Price $2,999.00
  12. Dangerous Music CONVERT 2 Digital Clock
    Your Price $1,999.99
    Excellent Condition
    Glendora, CA
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    Dangerous Music Monitor ST
    Your Price $1,479.99 Was Price $1,649.99
    Excellent Condition
    Hollywood, CA
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    Dangerous Music 2-BUS LT 16X2 Summing Mixer Signal Processor
    Your Price $1,079.99 Was Price $1,199.99
    Excellent Condition
    Plano, TX
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    Dangerous Music D BOX Audio Interface
    Your Price $809.99 Was Price $999.99
    Excellent Condition
    Hollywood, CA
  16. Dangerous Music BAX EQ Broadband Equalizer
    Your Price $2,099.99
    Great Condition
    Nashville, TN
  17. Dangerous Music D-box Signal Processor
    Your Price $749.99
    Great Condition
    Nashville, TN
  18. Dangerous Music D-BOX Mixer
    Your Price $799.99
    Great Condition
    Country Club Hills, IL
  19. Dangerous Music D BOX Volume Controller
    Your Price $999.99
    Great Condition
    San Marcos, CA
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    Dangerous Music MONITOR STATION Volume Controller
    Your Price $1,349.99 Was Price $1,499.99
    Great Condition
    Hollywood, CA
  21. Dangerous Music 2020s Dbox Signal Processor
    Your Price $699.99
    Good Condition
    Crestwood, MO
  22. Dangerous Music 2-Bus LT 16x2 Audio Converter
    Your Price $989.99
    Good Condition
    South Chicago, IL
  23. Dangerous Music D-BOX+ 8-Channel Summing Mixer And Controller With USB And Bluetooth Mixer
    Your Price $1,699.99
    Good Condition
    Northridge, CA
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Co-founders Bob Muller and Chris Muth met during a recording session in the mid-1990's at the old Dangerous Music studio in New York, then owned by Muller. Muth had been building mastering studios and custom equipment for the likes of The Hit Factory, Sterling Sound, and MasterDisc. The two became fast friends and before long were partners in the Dangerous Music studio.

They went on to pioneer the concept of the dedicated analog summing amplifier for DAW mixers by developing the Dangerous 2-Bus as a custom one-off product. The 2-Bus was built to order for local engineers in New York who had cut tracks at the studio but needed to mix in their own DAW off-site. The word started getting around and 2-Bus became so popular that Bob and Chris started "Dangerous Music Inc" the hardware company and began selling the 2-Bus commercially in 2001.

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