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Dangerous Music Products In Demand at Busy Music Production Group

With top producers & songwriters at ‘The AND Group’ already using Dangerous Music gear, management is getting calls from their other clients to get Dangerous too —

Lucas Keller with artist David Hodges

Edmeston, NYApril 9, 2013 – When top producers and writers collaborate in the studio with other artists-DJs and like-minded music professionals – the exposure to key pieces of gear often gets noted and talked about as one watches the other and hears just how great it sounds. This is happening at a somewhat alarming pace with Dangerous Music equipment at The AND Group, a collection of music management and media companies who are working with some of today’s top music insiders and hit makers.

“We’re a hybrid between a traditional artist management company, a publishing licensing company, and an experiential marketing company for brands,” says company co-founder Lucas Keller. “The marketing we do is specific to music and entertainment, a field that we already understand well on the management side. We started The AND Group last summer as a boutique company, but additionally we have access to licensing in TV and film, the commercial ad world, and directly to brands.”

Their artists are loving the Dangerous gear already, “I haven’t found anything out there like Dangerous Music. Their D-Box ties my whole studio together,” says multi-Grammy winner David Hodges (Evanescence, Carrie Underwood, Kelly Clarkson, Celine Dion, Christina Perri). “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.”

Keller adds, “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’m about to get our client, DJ LA Riots, turned onto Dangerous Music too, as there’s a need for gear of this quality in the DJ world. We are finding that a lot of our guys that we put together, they go in the studio with someone like David Hodges or Nolan Lambroza (Pit Bull, Christina Aguilera, Justin Beiber), and afterwards they are asking about getting the Dangerous gear for themselves. There’s a hundred pieces of rack gear in the studio and they say: ‘Hey, I was at Hodges’ place today, tell me more about Dangerous Music’ – which I found exciting! 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 work flow.”

Other artists at The AND Group also love the gear, “The Dangerous D-Box brings depth and adds tasteful separation that you simply can’t achieve in the box,” states PJ Bianco (Demi Lovato, Sean Paul, Mya, Iyaz, Jonas Brothers). And Steven Miller adds, “I love the Dangerous D-Box. No other unit that I’ve seen accomplishes what it does. Between the monitoring, headphone amp and summing mixer, it makes my job increasingly easier; and the music I make sounds 100-times better.” Miller has worked with Pierce the Veil, The Veronica’s, and Skillet among many other acts.

Delving into why they started The AND Group, Keller says, “Two things that I think for a lot of artists were really not available10 years ago to align themselves with: Nobody put their music in a TV commercial, nobody did a brand presenting a tour. We wanted to bring those services in- house. The name ‘The And Group” happened by accident, we are actually three sub-companies, Milk and Honey, which is our artist management company, Third and Verse, which is our music publishing and licensing company, we have offices in New York and Nashville for that as well, and then a company called Sneakers and Bowties, which is our brand marketing company. We needed to buy a ‘.com’ so that’s how the name came about, The AND Group.”

Lucas is using the Dangerous Source monitor controller with his speakers at his desk, and agrees that having a sound controller that you can trust and will really let you hear the music track is important. “The Dangerous Source is amazing. It’s important for us that we’re listening through the right amps and monitors and systems, so we hear the music as clearly and accurately as possible. For our work with Sol Republic headphones it’s all about audio, with very, very picky DJs, who are very choosy about which headphones they’ll use or not use. And it’s all about music. We’re creating everything from commercial spots, and syncing our music in them, to doing deals directly with these guys that are DJs and producers and creatives. People are constantly listening to music at our company – we have music in the hallways!”

Check out The AND Group for more information at: facebook.com/theandgroup

About Dangerous Music
Dangerous Music, Inc. designs and builds award-winning hardware products that are indispensable to any DAW-based recording, mixing or mastering environment. The Company pioneered the concept of the dedicated analog summing buss for digital audio workstations with the Dangerous 2-Bus in 2001. Today, Dangerous Music offers a wide range of products for recording, mastering, mixing and post-production facilities, all designed and built with mastering-quality standards and a practical aesthetic. Key products include the Dangerous 2-Bus and 2-Bus LT, Dangerous Monitor ST-SR, Dangerous D-Box, Dangerous Master, Dangerous Liaison, Dangerous Monitor, Dangerous Source, Dangerous BAX EQ, and the Dangerous Compressor.

For more information on Dangerous Music visit http://www.dangerousmusic.com phone 845-202-5100 or email: info@dangerousmusic.com

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Amadeus Releases the New ‘ML 8’ Compact Subwoofer at Musikmesse

French high-end sound reinforcement manufacturer Amadeus releases the ML 8 compact 8-inch subwoofer at Prolight + Sound 2014. — Frankfurt, Germany, Prolight + Sound

The new Amadeus "ML 8" compact subwoofer deisgned for installations

March 12, 2014 — At the Musikmesse ‘Prolight + Sound’ exhibition in Frankfurt, Amadeus, based in France, one of the premiere manufacturers of high-end sound reinforcement systems and custom studio speakers, has announced the release of its new ML 8 ultra-compact subwoofer. The ML 8 subwoofer is designed for space-limited installation or live use by sound professionals wishing to combine high sonic fidelity with an ultra-compact format.

The ML 8 is the smallest member of Amadeus’ ML Series that now range from 8-inches to dual 18-inch models. The ML 8 subwoofer can be paired perfectly with the newly released PMX 4 ultra-compact speaker, also just released at Prolight + Sound. Amadeus is showing the new ML 8 compact subwoofer within the Prolight + Sound area in Hall 8 Booth G19.

The new ML 8 compact subwoofer completes the Amadeus ML Subwoofer Series speaker line as the smallest in its line, which includes the dual 18, 18, 15, 12, and 8-inch models, each available in passive, self-powered and EtherSound-enabled versions.

In the same way as the Amadeus ML 12, ML 15, ML 18 and ML 28 speakers, the newly developed ML 8 is also built around a proprietary internal reinforcement structure designed to neutralize any standing waves and to suppress energy loss caused by vibrations. This unique construction technique creates, among other things, a dramatic cut in the level of cabinet coloration of the sound using a combination of interlocking panels arranged in two perpendicular planes.

Michel DELUC, lead designer at Amadeus says, “We started to develop the ML 8 from the ML 12 ultra-compact format and tried to reduce its size by 25% while preserving both the sonic clarity, the real tonal accuracy and the extreme precision of the lowest frequencies specific to Amadeus LF loudspeakers. We achieved this through a quite complex internal structure, hosting several tuned notch resonators and a terrific 8-inch (200 mm) transducer with a 3-inch (75 mm) ventilated voice coil, designed to reduce all forms of distortion and coloration to a bare minimum.”

The ML 8 draws 600 watts peak from the line, under an 8-ohm impedance and produces 118 dB peak SPL.

The subwoofer is available in a highly wear resistant black (water-soluble) paint finish, but is also available in several standard colors. Or the ML 8 can be ordered in a ‘made to measure’ finish, based on registered or non-registered colors and/or materials. To offer more possibilities, the cabinet and the acoustical fabric covering the front grill can each have a different color.

Contact Amadeus for further information about the ML 8 subwoofer at info@amadeusaudio.fr or visit their website at: http://www.amadeusaudio.fr

About Amadeus
Amadeus develops, manufactures and sells a wide range of high-end sound reinforcement loudspeakers, studio monitors and various signal processing interfaces that combine its own custom innovative technology with stylish design, for the professional audio industry. Created in 1992 from the collaboration between the French designer Bernard BYK and the scientist Michel DELUC, the Amadeus brand has grown to become a leading supplier of high-end audio solutions and services for theaters, opera houses, recording studios, research centers and touring concert sound rental operations. All development and product manufacturing is centralized in Atelier 33 headquarters in France, with field offices and authorized distributors located in Europe, Asia and UAE.

PMX 4, ML 28, PMX, DIVA, UDX and Amadeus are registered trademarks of Atelier 33, SA. All rights reserved. Patents pending. All other registered trademarks are property of their respective owners.

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Amadeus Releases the New ‘PMX 4’ Miniature Loudspeaker at Musikmesse

French high-end sound reinforcement manufacturer Amadeus releases the PMX 4 miniature 4-inch coaxial loudspeaker at Prolight + Sound 2014. — Frankfurt, Germany, Prolight + Sound

The new Amadeus PMX 4 compact speaker — designed for installations


March 12, 2014 — At the Musikmesse ‘Prolight + Sound’ exhibition in Frankfurt, French high-end sound reinforcement manufacturer Amadeus has announced the release of its new PMX 4 miniature 4-inch loudspeaker. The PMX 4 speaker is designed for sound professionals wishing to combine high sonic fidelity with ultra-compact format for space-limited installation or live use. This new 4-inch coaxial speaker, the most compact in its line, completes the Amadeus PMX Series speaker line which includes the 15, 12, 10, 8 and 5-inch models, each available in passive, self-powered and EtherSound-enabled versions. Amadeus is showing the new PMX 4 speaker within the Prolight + Sound area in Hall 8 Booth G19. The Amadeus PMX 4 speaker is set for release in 2014, priced at 490.00 € each (VAT excluded).

Initially available in a highly resistant black (water-soluble) paint finish, the PMX 4 is also available in several different standard colors. Every PMX 4 can also be ordered in a ‘made-to-measure’ finish, based on registered or non-registered colors and/or materials. It can be manufactured in standard premium-grade Baltic Birch or in special woods such as Wenge, Wacapou, Wamara, Ebony from Africa, and more traditional timbers such as White Sycamore and Oak.

The PMX 4 is an outstanding choice for a wide variety of installation needs where both sonic transparency and aesthetic transparency are a factor. Gaetan BYK, Marketing Manager at Amadeus, says, “Amadeus is very pleased to announce the release of their newest speaker, the PMX 4, which fills out the PMX Series. We recently received several convergent requests from composers, designers and scenographers — with whom we have been working with for long time — looking for a highly accurate, transparent, neutral, and above all a miniature sized sound reinforcement solution. We feel the new PMX 4 fills all these requirements perfectly.”

The new 4-inch speaker model meets the exceptional neutral-sounding standard established by the Amadeus PMX 5. 

“We had to create a product matching the Amadeus sonic philosophy, starting from the PMX 5 format and trying to reduce its size by 50% without making any sonic compromise,” added Michel DELUC, lead designer at Amadeus. “This loudspeaker comprises a 4-inch (100 mm) neodymium woofer, with a 0,8-inch (20 mm) tweeter mounted in coaxial mode. It draws 300 watts peak from the line, under a 8-ohm impedance and produces 112 dB peak SPL.”

The sides and the upper, lower and rear panels of the PMX 4 speaker are all equipped with M5-threaded inserts, compatible with U-Brackets developed by Amadeus, and speaker wall mounts, developed by Konig & Meyer, allowing the speakers to easily attach to a wall or a ceiling.

Contact Amadeus for further information about the PMX 4 speaker at info@amadeusaudio.fr or visit their website at: http://www.amadeusaudio.fr

About Amadeus
Amadeus develops, manufactures and sells a wide range of high-end sound reinforcement loudspeakers, studio monitors and various signal processing interfaces that combine its own custom innovative technology with stylish design, for the professional audio industry. Created in 1992 from the collaboration between the French designer Bernard BYK and the scientist Michel DELUC, the Amadeus brand has grown to become a leading supplier of high-end audio solutions and services for theaters, opera houses, recording studios, research centers and touring concert sound rental operations. All development and product manufacturing is centralized in Atelier 33 headquarters in France, with field offices and authorized distributors located in Europe, Asia and UAE.

PMX 4, ML 28, PMX, DIVA, UDX and Amadeus are registered trademarks of Atelier 33, SA. All rights reserved. Patents pending. All other registered trademarks are property of their respective owners.

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CEntrance Debuts ‘MixerFace’ Recording Interface at NAB

Mobile interface for smartphones and tablets to be shown at the Broadcasting Show —

CEntrance 'MixerFace' mobile recording for iPhone/iPad

Chicago, IL – March 04, 2013 – Today CEntrance, a leader in Digital Audio, announced that it will be participating at the 2014 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas, NV. The CEntrance NAB exhibit will be located at booth 2453D. The show runs April 7-10, 2014 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

CEntrance will showcase its full line of capture and playback products, including the new MixerFace(r) – a mobile recording interface for iPhones and computers. Combining battery-powered operation with boutique preamps and A/D converters, MixerFace is the perfect production tool for ENG, location recording, VO, guitarists and more.

Featuring two combo XLR and 1/4″ jacks, MixerFace connects professional equipment with smartphones, tablets and laptops. The hand-held device fits under an iPhone and features two studio-grade microphone preamps with line and Hi-Z inputs, studio limiters and rich digital connectivity options, enabling professional-quality location recording.

MixerFace integrates the smart phone into the audio production workflow, making mobile recording easy for the modern, on-the-go broadcaster, musician, or VO artist. The product was successfully funded via a crowd funding campaign, which allowed the user community to contribute suggestions for product design and important feature refinement. MixerFace comes on the heels of CEntrance’s successful “HiFi-M8″ (pronounced HiFi-Mate) portable DAC and headphone amp for the audiophile listening community, which will also be featured in the CEntrance NAB booth.

Michael Goodman, Managing Director of CEntrance, stated, “Our handheld recording products unlock the recording, editing and production power of the iPhone. Now you can capture, edit and upload the finished audio in minutes. This level of convenience in location recording was previously unavailable.”

“MixerFace shares battery-powered technology with the HiFi-M8 DAC and leverages our experience with small recording devices such as our popular MicPort Pro,” adds Goodman. “Today’s smart phones and tablets have become serious music production tools, and with Mixerface we are adding a professional, mobile audio capture solution.

With its two Neutrik(tm) combo jack inputs, MixerFace features boutique low-noise microphone preamps; independent gain controls with LED level monitoring, switchable 48V phantom power, limiters, and Hi-Z input for electric guitar and bass. MixerFace boasts sophisticated monitoring options, a powerful headphone amp and 24-bit/192kHz converters. Connecting to a laptop, a smart phone, or tablet for recording or playback is MixerFace’s key function. The attractive, handheld, battery-powered device is made from tough, road-worthy extruded aluminum and works for over 6 hours on a single charge.

MixerFace is set for release in May 2014 and will be priced at $599-US. Visit: http://centrance.com/products/mixerface/

About CEntrance, Inc.
Founded in 2000, CEntrance develops innovative audio products and licenses its technology to industry leading brands, such as McIntosh, Playback Designs, Bel Canto, Benchmark, PS Audio, and Lavry. The company’s portable recording and playback solutions have earned rave reviews, industry awards and enthusiastic endorsements from artists such as Harry Shearer, Nathan East and Will Lee, and mastering engineers Bob Katz, Brian Gardner, Tom Jung and sound designer Frank Serafine, among others. CEntrance is headquartered in Chicago and distributes its products worldwide.

CEntrance is expanding its dealer network. To inquire, please call +1 (847) 581-0500 or e-mail sales@centrance.com.

All Trademarks are the property of their respective holders. MicPort(tm), AxePort(tm), DACport(tm), DACmini(tm), MasterClass(tm), Audiophile Desktop(tm), HiFi-M8(tm) and MixerFace(tm) are trademarks or registered trademarks of CEntrance, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple iPhone(r), iPad(r), and iPod(r) are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc.

Dangerous Music Releases New ‘Dangerous Compressor’ for Tracking, Mixing & Mastering

Chris Muth-designed compressor redefines “sidechain” while offering a uniquely transparent take on both transient and average level control for tracking, mixing, as well as mastering

The new 'Dangerous Compressor' for tracking, mixing & mastering

Edmeston, NYFebruary 25, 2013Dangerous Music has released the new ‘Dangerous Compressor‘ a dual-mono/stereo compressor for tracking, mixing and mastering designed by legendary mastering gear guru Chris Muth. Like all Dangerous Music equipment, the compressor achieves musical, yet transparent results; in the words of producer and mixer Michael James (New Radicals, Hole, Robben Ford, L7, Edwin McCain, The Coronas) “The new Dangerous Compressor is a ‘must have’ in my world. It’s a refreshing complement to the currently fashionable boxes that indiscriminately add color to your sound-whether you want it or not.” The new ‘Dangerous Compressor’ is available through dealers worldwide and has a street price of $2799 USD (2520€ Euros, 2090£ UK pounds).

The Compressor was field-tested and tweaked for almost two years before being previewed at the 2013 New York AES show. For example, Sterling Sound mastering engineer, Greg Calbi, (Tame Impala, The National, Sara Bareilles), stated, “From simple dynamics control to complete mix balance transformation, the Dangerous Compressor does both and everything in between.” While record producer and mix engineer Rob Chiarelli (Charlie Wilson, Mary Mary, Kirk Franklin), exclaimed, “I love this compressor! It’s perfect on Hip-hop, R&B tracks, vocals, drums, and the mix buss. It does it all.”

What’s so Different about the Dangerous Compressor?
The ‘Smart Dynamics’ feature employs two independent slopes in the detection circuit. One stage of the detector controls the average level. The other handles only rapid transients. Normally a spike would shove down the entire track, creating an audible faux-pas moment. Instead, with the Dangerous Compressor, the normal slope stage handles the smoothing of the entire content and the other deals with the spikes. This results in a higher average level relative to peak, without the stereo image collapsing. “The ‘smart dynamics’ feature helps address the level issue in a really great way that let’s me use less of-or even turn off-my digital limiter!” says mastering engineer Jonathan Wyner (Javier Limon, Josh Groban, Nirvana, David Bowie).

By default, the unit is set to ‘Auto Attack / Release’ mode which uses time constants carefully selected for versatility. Engaging the ‘Manual Attack/Release’ button allows the manual use of the attack and release knobs. Michael James says, “I was shocked to find that the Dangerous Compressor’s auto attack/release preset always sounded ‘just right’-so good, in fact, that I found myself trying to match it manually!”

Transparent
The Dangerous Compressor may be operated in either ‘Stereo’ or ‘Dual Mono’ mode. Dual Mono has two completely independent paths; for example, kick drum in one channel and snare in the other. Stereo Mode may be applied to stereo instruments, stems or complete mixes. Many stereo compressors sum the left and right channel audio and feed that signal to one detector, resulting in any out of phase material will either not get compressed or will be under compressed. This will over-represent mono (content in the middle of the mix) and under represent panned instruments to the VCAs, making normal single-detector compressors potentially overreact to kicks, snares, and the lead vocal while ignoring the panned toms, guitars and keys. The stereo button on the Dangerous Compressor still uses both its detector circuits to drive each channel’s VCA for a more musical result. Michael James explains his experience, “The Stereo button is NOT an image killer! So many compressors collapse when you push the Link button, but the Dangerous Compressor stays wide open.”

The audiophile ‘Sidechain’ circuit offers both Bass Cut – sensitivity reduction to low frequency energy to keep the compressor from “dunking” with loud bass or kick drum levels-and Sibilance Boost, which increases sensitivity to high frequency energy causing the compressor to react more to the top end, taming the harshness without resorting to EQ changes. Users can control sibilance by reducing “S” sounds from a singer or gently tame the harshness from cymbals recorded with cheap condenser mics or poorly sampled loops. “This stuff remains natural sounding while doing heavy gain reduction. And it manages to not duck down the mix when the kick shows up. Is it really made by humans?” quips, mastering engineer Alex Saroudakis (Sony music, Universal music, Virgin).

Because of its transparency and audiophile sidechain and detector circuitry the Dangerous Compressor performs like an automated fader for riding vocals: no more manual volume drawing; Just a natural, transparent vocal sound, and it boasts extremely low distortion, even with 20dB of gain reduction. “If I were able to conjure up the compressor of my dreams, I’m pretty sure this would be it. It just works,” says mix engineer Ryan West, who has engineered records by Jay Z, Eminem, Rihanna and T.I.

Mastering engineer Mike Wells tried the Compressor and said, “With multiple sidechain options, the innovative ‘Smart Dynamics’ feature, and the signature transparent musicality Dangerous Music brings to all their products-we have a winner!” Wells has mastered projects for Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers, Tony Sly, and STS9 among many others.

Chris Muth has spent over 20 years working in top studios as a chief technician, and designed custom gear for them, including Sterling Sound, The Hit Factory and Masterdisk, and has worked as a recording, mixing and mastering engineer himself. Dangerous decided it was time the world had an alternative compressor that was both easy to use and powerful, and in the mold of all Dangerous Music gear: transparent. They also wanted a compressor that is useful in recording and mixing-as well as mastering-and designed for both professionals who are at ease with manual settings and up and coming engineering talents as well, who would welcome professional ‘auto’ compression modes. Enter the Dangerous Compressor.

The new ‘Dangerous Compressor’ is available through dealers worldwide and has a street price of $2799. For more information visit: http://www.dangerousmusic.com/products/compressor

About Dangerous Music
Dangerous Music, Inc. designs and builds products that are indispensable to any DAW-based recording environment. Dangerous Music electronics designer Chris Muth has spent over 20 years working in and designing custom equipment for top recording and mastering studios. Muth and company founder Bob Muller pioneered the concept of the dedicated analog summing buss for digital audio workstations with the Dangerous 2-Bus in 2001. Today the company offers a wide range of products for recording, mastering, mixing and post-production facilities, all designed and built with mastering-quality standards and a practical aesthetic. Key products include the Dangerous 2-Bus and 2-Bus LT, Dangerous Monitor ST-SR and its Additional Switching System expansion units, Dangerous D-Box, Dangerous Master, Dangerous Liaison, Dangerous Monitor, Dangerous Source, Dangerous BAX EQ, and the Dangerous Compressor.

For more information on Dangerous Music visit http://www.dangerousmusic.com phone 845-202-5100 or email: info@dangerousmusic.com

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Amadeus Designs Architectural Acoustics for ‘Creative Sound’ Studios

Stunning Paris cinema mix stage design shows off another side of Amadeus’ business and expertise

Amadeus designed the interior acoustical & architectural elements of 10 studios at Paris' Creative Sound, including this main cinema mix stage, featuring Dolby Atmos

Paris, France – February 18, 2014 – The recent unveiling of Creative Sound showcases Amadeus‘ extraordinary expertise in architectural acoustic design. Located at the heart of the 15th Arrondissement in Paris, Creative Sound is one of the largest, most versatile full-service post-production facilities in France, providing creative solutions for all cinematic and TV sound needs. Paris-based Amadeus was tasked with all of the interior acoustical and architectural design, including sound isolation, noise and vibration control engineering, and acoustic treatments for each of the ten studios. At Creative Sound, Amadeus also designed one of the first mixing studios to be fitted with the revolutionary Dolby(r) Atmos(tm) audio technology, which hosts the first ultra-large-format Harrison MPC5 digital film-mixing console manufactured by Harrison – based in Nashville.

Commenting on the genesis of Creative Sound, renowned mixing engineer and studio owner Cristinel SIRLI reveals, “In the beginning I was looking for a medium-sized building location in order to extend my first film-production suite at Le Grand Pavois in Paris, to create an ideal environment for mixing and Foley production when I stumbled upon a 1000-square meter space in the heart of the 15th arrondissement of Paris! By acquiring such an incredible place in the heart of Paris, I felt that had to build a state-of-the-art complex to provide filmmakers, mixing engineers, and recording artists the ultimate environment in which to work.”

Amadeus have designed many studios over the past 20 years using their insightful scientific knowledge, with Creative Sound being the latest and possibly the pinnacle of its acoustic architectural work. As Amadeus continues perfecting its current line of live sound reinforcement speakers, creating new products and custom studio mains speakers, the Company remains dedicated to the pursuit of the best sound in any venture they are involved with, including acoustic studio design.

“I encountered Amadeus designer Michel DELUC following the recommendation of Philippe GUERINET, Director of International Sales at Solid State Logic. Michel’s philosophy, passion and approach about sound, acquired through his work with musical and electro-acoustical fields, seduced me,” adds Cristinel.

Michel DELUC, Director of Research and Development at Amadeus and head of Amadeus Labs, the Amadeus integrated research department for architectural acoustics and electro-acoustical integration, explains “I used and enhanced many of our techniques at Creative Sound that we have experimented over the past 20 years at Amadeus Labs, especially in field of music recording, working with world-renowned artists such as Youssou N DOUR, as well as Matthieu CHEDID (M), Martin SOLVEIG, Yodelice and studios such as La Fabrique, Twin, Masterdisk Europe, Soyuz, Question de Son, Schmooze and others.”

According to Creative Sound owner Cristinel SIRLI, who was also the mix engineer for ‘4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days‘ – a 2007 Romanian film written and directed by Cristian MUNGIU which won the Palme d’Or and the FIPRESCI Award at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival, “Creative Sound already has a respected track record for film mixing and dubbing including ‘The King’s Speech‘ directed by Tom HOOPER (4 Oscars 2011) ‘Diana’ directed by Oliver HIRSCHBIEGEL, ‘August, Osage County‘ directed by John WELLS and starring Meryl STREEP, Julia ROBERTS and Ewan MCGREGOR, and ‘Homefront‘, a 2013 American action thriller film directed by Gary FLEDER and produced by Sylvester STALLONE, starring Jason STATHAM and James FRANCO.”

French mix engineer Jean Pierre LAFORCE is currently working on the Foley sound for ‘Gemma Bovery‘, an upcoming film drama based on the 1999 graphic novel of the same name by Posy SIMMONDS. The film will be directed by Anne FONTAINE and mixed using the Harrison technology at Creative Sound.

“We designed some specific ‘sub-areas’ in terms of acoustics for the Foley studio, allowing engineers to utilize sonic variations in recording. Each sub-area of the main Foley stage has more or less high-frequency sonic properties and works in harmony with the main stage through a natural decay of the reverb time. We created a proprietary variable-diffraction system, using a special wave-shaped ceiling, designed to neutralize the standing-waves without using supplementary absorbent material,” notes Michel DELUC.

“I wanted to bring together the best skills in terms of architectural acoustics with an extensive range of iconic recording equipment from Harrison, Solid State Logic, Dolby, Bricasti and others,” states Cristinel in describing his core technical vision for Creative Sound.

Matching Amadeus’ acoustic architectural work are the exclusive audio peripherals chosen by Creative Sound including a 72-fader C300 HD Master Studio System, a 32-fader C10 HD from Solid State Logic – the first digital console from SSL used for Foley and overdubbing recording – and the very first ultra-large-format Harrison MPC5 digital film mixing console in the world. The new MPC5 is the centerpiece in a new 480-cubic meter film-mixing stage that also includes the new Dolby Atmos immersive audio technology. The console includes a 1024 input Harrison Xrange 64bit processing engine, a full suite of ‘Harrison Xtools’ film specific plug-ins, and a dual operator MPC5 control surface featuring twin master sections, 80 faders with 64 full featured input strips and the patented ESP Waveform displays. Most importantly, the MPC5/Xrange system consolidates the capabilities of multiple mix formats, and puts them under the user’s hand via motorized joysticks. Twin producer desks mounted at 10-degrees on the far left and right ends round out the “wrap-around” console surface that spans 18.5 feet (5.75m).

In their white paper, Dolby describes their Atmos system as both an advancement in control of audio elements and their placement, but also simplified distribution, “Atmos adds the flexibility and power of dynamic audio objects into traditional channel-based workflows. These audio objects allow moviemakers to control discrete sound elements irrespective of specific playback speaker configurations, including overhead speakers. Dolby Atmos also introduces new efficiencies to the postproduction process, allowing sound mixers to efficiently capture their creative intent and then, in real-time, monitor or automatically generate Dolby Surround 7.1 and 5.1 versions. Dolby Atmos simplifies distribution so that the audio essence and artistic intent is all contained in a track file within the Digital Cinema Package (DCP), which can be faithfully played back in a broad range of theatre configurations.”

Michel DELUC continues “According to the technical requirements for Creative Sound to obtain the Dolby Atmos Certification, the reference mixing position has to correspond to a position two-thirds of the distance back from the screen to the rear wall, on the center line of the screen. This different sweet spot position – compared to control rooms in the musical fields – imply to optimize the overall acoustic treatment – LCR-based – in order to minimize local effects of the diffuse-field and other reflexives problems, without influencing the rendering of the additional surround-speakers.”

“We recreated a micro-acoustical environment for each of the additional speaker sources, in order that each one would not be influenced by the main acoustic treatment, using multiple custom acoustic cells (modules). By using these techniques, we provide filmmakers and recording artists a faithful reproduction of their works, matching the Dolby Atmos criteria,” added Michel DELUC.

Bernard BYK, co-founder of Amadeus, concludes, “Our aim has always been to imagine, design and manufacture devices, equipment, speakers, and design studio spaces so that what listeners hear is perceptually indistinguishable from the original sounds. Amadeus has practical knowledge in many areas of expertise that converge to create transparent listening experiences. We love to give listeners the deep emotional impact of what music and sound can really create.”

As Creative Sound is now a certified Dolby Atmos venue, Bernard BYK adds ‘We are so pleased that the Dolby Atmos mix room at Creative Sound is getting rave reviews from customers as well as Dolby itself.”

Visit the Creative Sound website here: http://creative-sound.fr

Contact Amadeus for further information at info@amadeusaudio.fr or visit their website at: http://www.amadeusaudio.fr

About Amadeus
Amadeus develops, manufactures and sells a wide range of high-end sound reinforcement loudspeakers, studio monitors and various signal processing interfaces that combine its own custom innovative technology with stylish design, for the professional audio industry. Created in 1992 from the collaboration between the French designer Bernard BYK and the scientist Michel DELUC, the Amadeus brand has grown to become a leading supplier of high-end audio solutions and services for theaters, opera houses, recording studios, research centers and touring concert sound rental operations. All development and product manufacturing is centralized in Atelier 33 headquarters in France, with field offices and authorized distributors located in Europe, Asia and UAE.

Contact Amadeus at info@amadeusaudio.fr for purchasing information. Or visit http://www.amadeusaudio.fr

ML 28, PMX, DIVA, UDX and Amadeus are registered trademarks of Atelier 33, SA. All rights reserved. Patents pending. All other registered trademarks are property of their respective owners.

Dan Black Gets Dangerous in Paris

Artist, composer and producer adds the Dangerous Source monitor controller to his Paris studio with stellar results

Dan Black in his Paris studio with the Dangerous Source monitor controller

Dan Black with the Dangerous Source monitor controller

Edmeston, NY – January 20, 2014 – Internationally acclaimed solo artist, composer and producer Dan Black recently added the Dangerous Source monitor controller to his Paris studio setup. He feels the Dangerous Source has made huge differences in his studio for writing his own music and collaborating with other artists. “I noticed a profound improvement in detail with the Source, it was like a veil was lifted,” says Black.

Dangerous Music is a leader in monitor solutions, garnering multiple industry awards and pioneering the product category with the introduction of the “Dangerous Monitor” in 2003 and more recently the Monitor ST/SR for stereo and surround, the D-Box and now the Dangerous Source: which offers the Dangerous Music quality and adds both portability and affordability to any studio setup, from a laptop to a full-on Pro Tools HD rig and large format console – and every studio in between.

Although Black has a very nice recording and mixing setup, his previous monitoring control was not great, “Only upon receiving the Dangerous Source did I realize how weak the link was! I was in a space that I had been working in for awhile, and everything else was the same except the monitor controller. I noticed a profound improvement in detail when I added the Source – being able to hear problems and overall a much more pleasant listening experience. I write mainly, so a lot of what I do is listen to the same thing a thousand times and the Source makes that a lot less taxing.”

Black recalls how he found out about the Dangerous Source controller, “A mixing friend of mine based in Paris, who has a big SSL studio on the other side of Paris from me, has a lot of Dangerous gear in his room, and he came around to my studio and commented on the weak link in my chain which was my not-very-good monitor amplifier, he said ‘You need to sort that out!’ and he introduced me to the folks at Dangerous Music.”

“I’ve had a similar experience with the headphone amp in the Source,” adds Black referring to a ‘lifting of the veil’ in sound quality. “I instantly heard lots of detail, the Source made the music instantly a lot less fatiguing. I am also able to work at a lower volume and still be ‘into the vibe’ of the track. I’m able to work constructively without having to ramp up the volume, I can stay at the same volume for a long time and still feel like I am hearing everything. It’s actually quite important, with my ears being quite important to my job!”

Black keeps his main studio workhorse setup with the Dangerous Source and also uses his laptop connected to the Source on the second input, a unique feature of the Source. “Most of my time is either writing for myself or with other artists and a lot of that involves continuously referencing other things, not just music, jumping on other material on the Internet. The fact that I can use the USB out from my laptop at the same time as my main rig, that’s a huge game-changing thing. I don’t have to jump between programs. I have the same audio quality using the two inputs simultaneously, it’s almost like it’s the same computer. That’s the massive advantage of the Source. Having two separate digital sources fed to the monitor controller and listening through the same D to A converter without having to change anything has made my life a thousand times easier. I use that everyday,” explains Black.

Black uses Apple Logic to write and record and often also uses Ableton Live, and AVID Pro Tools if someone sends him a session in Pro Tools. In live shows he tends to use ‘Live’ onstage. “At the end of the line in a production I’ll use Logic, but more and more I find I use Live to write with as well because it’s different,” Black reveals. “I have a good mic-line chain and a good A-to-D converter. I don’t work with bands, I work with solo artists or myself so I need at maximum two good lines in at one time. So I bought a Mitek A-to-D converter and a MOTU Express and now I’m monitoring digitally through the Source. That’s quite radically changed my work,” states Black. “The Source is doing a lot of stuff, it’s the speaker monitor controller and it’s bringing in sound from the Internet, iTunes, Spotify on the laptop – it’s multitasking.”

When a writing partner heard the difference the Source made in Black’s studio setup he got an immediate response, “A another producer/writer I work with regularly in Paris after hearing the Source he is threatening to buy one too. He’s got a good setup and has better monitor control than I had, but the thing I just talked about – easily listening to two sources without changing anything – and the simplicity of the Source impressed him. He heard my setup and went ‘OK, that’s a thousand times better, and I think I might get one!’

Black is sure to take the Source on tour with him to continue to work on music. “Ask me when I’m on the road again! [laughs]. Last time he was on the road for 3 years.

Black has worked on a lot of music since getting the Source, including his own recordings, “Obviously I’ve been using it a lot on my own stuff – a lot of which is finally coming out this year. I’ve been also working with a lot of artists in Paris and Europe including “Weekeed,” and an Island-Def-Jam signing: “Wrabel,” he’s based in LA, but he was in Paris, I used the Source for that session too. Another artist I used the Source with was “Bag Raiders,” also an LA based duo, but they are from Australia. I’ve started working with French artists too, one who won the French TV show “The Voice”, “Olympe.” I’ve also done music recently for Kid Cudi,” says Black.

When discussing the ease of use of the Dangerous Source, Black only says, “My 2-year old son has learned to use it, so that’s a good sign!” But he adds seriously, “In many ways I don’t even think about it, in a good way. The Source instantly does what you want it to do without having to figure it out. The Source does what it says it does, and very well!” concludes Black.

Find out more about Dan Black at: http://www.dan-black.com

About Dangerous Music
Dangerous Music, Inc. designs and builds products that are indispensable to any DAW-based recording environment. Dangerous Music electronics designer Chris Muth has spent over 20 years working in and designing custom equipment for top recording and mastering studios. Muth and company founder Bob Muller pioneered the concept of the dedicated analog summing buss for digital audio workstations with the Dangerous 2-Bus in 2001. Today the company offers a wide range of products for recording, mastering, mixing and post-production facilities, all designed and built with mastering-quality standards and a practical aesthetic. Key products include the Dangerous 2-Bus and 2-Bus LT, Dangerous Monitor ST-SR and its Additional Switching System expansion units, Dangerous D-Box, Dangerous Master, Dangerous Liaison, Dangerous Monitor, Dangerous Source and Dangerous Bax EQ.

For more information on Dangerous Music visit www.dangerousmusic.com phone 607-965-8011 or email: info@dangerousmusic.com

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CEntrance Showing New ‘MixerFace’ at NAMM

Mobile recording interface for smartphones and tablets on display next week

The new CEntrance "MixerFace" 2-channel battery-powered mobile recording interface for smartphones, tablets and laptops

Chicago, IL -January 16th, 2013 – Today CEntrance, a leader in Digital Audio, announced that it will be participating at the 2014 Winter NAMM show in Anaheim, CA. This year, CEntrance will showcase its full line of products for recording and playback, including the best-selling HiFi-M8(r) DAC and amplifier for iPhone and the newly released MixerFace(r) mobile recording interface based on the same portable technology. The company’s exhibit will be located at booth 7327 in the Arena, located near Hall A.

MixerFace is a mobile recording interface that connects professional microphones with smartphones, tablets and laptops. The small, battery-powered device fits under an iPhone. It features two studio-grade microphone preamps and rich digital connectivity options, enabling professional-quality location recording. MixerFace integrates the smart phone into the audio production workflow, creating mobile recording capability for the modern, on-the-go musician, broadcaster and VO artist. MixerFace is currently the subject of a successful crowd-funding effort on Indiegogo. The Indiegogo campaign lasts until January 31st, 2014 and can be found at: http://igg.me/at/mixerface

The MixerFace comes on the heels of CEntrance’s successful “HiFi-M8″ (pronounced HiFi-Mate) portable DAC and headphone amp for the audiophile listening community, which will also be featured in the CEntrance NAMM booth.

Michael Goodman, Managing Director of CEntrance, stated, “Getting the latest gear first has its advantages, so we decided to crowd-fund MixerFace to speed up the product introduction. This parallels our recent crowd-sourced efforts with the HiFi-M8, but takes that a step further by opening the process up to the general public.”

“MixerFace shares battery-powered technology with the HiFi-M8 and leverages our experience with small recording devices such as our popular MicPort Pro,” adds Goodman. “Today’s smart phones and tablets have become serious music production tools, and with Mixerface we are adding a professional, mobile audio capture solution.”

MixerFace offers two Neutrik(tm) combo jack inputs with boutique low-noise microphone preamps, independent gain controls with LED level monitoring, switchable 48V phantom power, sophisticated monitoring options, a headphone amp and 24-bit/192kHz converters. Mixerface offers the choice of connecting to a laptop or to a smart phone / tablet for recording or playback. The attractive, handheld, battery-powered device is made from tough, road-worthy extruded aluminum and works for over 6 hours on a single charge.

MixerFace is set for release in April 2014 and will be priced at $599-US, while Indiegogo contributors can save a significant amount and be the first to receive the new product well in advance of stores. For more Mixerface product information, visit http://www.mixerface.com

About CEntrance, Inc.
Founded in 2000, CEntrance develops innovative audio products and licenses its technology to industry leading brands, such as McIntosh, Playback Designs, Bel Canto, Benchmark, PS Audio, and Lavry. The company’s portable recording and playback solutions have earned rave reviews, industry awards and enthusiastic endorsements from artists such as Harry Shearer, Nathan East and Will Lee, and mastering engineers Bob Katz, Brian Gardner, Tom Jung and sound designer Frank Serafine, among others. CEntrance is headquartered in Chicago and distributes its products worldwide.

CEntrance is expanding its dealer network. To inquire, please call +1 (847) 581-0500 or e-mail sales@centrance.com.

All Trademarks are the property of their respective holders. MicPort(tm), AxePort(tm), DACport(tm), DACmini(tm), MasterClass(tm), Audiophile Desktop(tm), HiFi-M8(tm) and MixerFace(tm) are trademarks or registered trademarks of CEntrance, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple iPhone(r), iPad(r), and iPod(r) are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc.

Amadeus Opens Indonesian Market with New Distributor: ASIIS

French live sound reinforcement equipment manufacturer now selling into Indonesia through Acoustic Sound Integrated Solution (ASIIS)

IndonesiaParis, FranceJanuary 7, 2014Amadeus today announced that their product line is now available across Indonesia through their newest distributor Acoustic Sound Image Integrated Solution (ASIIS). Amadeus, based in France, is one of the premiere manufacturers of high-end sound reinforcement systems in the world. ASIIS is a leader in providing high-end live sound reinforcement systems for Indonesia, and carries a very select high-end range of live sound solutions. Through this new sales channel Amadeus now covers even more of the vast Asian markets. Amadeus is impressed with the deep knowledge of live sound and system integration that ASIIS offers its clients in Indonesia and feels the company is a perfect fit for Amadeus’ focus on high-end sound. As new Amadeus products come to market over the coming years the Company looks forward to working closely with ASIIS to place them into the most prestigious live sound venues and events throughout Indonesia.

Andy M. SUTIKNO, CEO at ASIIS, explains his reasons for bringing Amadeus live sound equipment on board to the company’s prestigious product lineup, “Once again I found a brand which really suits our philosophy about high-end sound. The Amadeus speakers have a very detailed mid-high frequency performance, very warm, yet transparent mid frequency response, and a fully articulated low end,” he says recalling his introduction to Amadeus during listening sessions at the 2013 Prolight + Sound show at the Frankfurt Musikmesse.

“Their products’ sound quality, which definitely comes from Amadeus’ high-end studio design experience, is apparent in its live sound systems with the ability to deliver amazing sound to either a Jazz club or a stadium size venue,” adds Andy M. SUTIKNO. “Amadeus’ capability to custom finish speakers, from polyester paint to custom wood finishes, makes them a perfect choice for high-end venues with high artistic decoration. The speakers are also the answer to show off an artist’s personality as their preferred monitor, using custom finishes that reflects the artist’s own unique character.”

“ASIIS recognizes the great value in Amadeus’ range of products across several market segments including the DIVA line array series, the coaxial PMX loudspeaker series and the ML subwoofer series all with a variety of full-size, as well as compact models, for concerts, events, and a range of installation use, and we plan to offer them to our current and future customers,” states Andy M. SUTIKNO.

Amadeus also designs and builds both standard and custom studio speakers, and EtherSound-enabled versions of its popular PMX and ML loudspeaker lines.

Bernard BYK, co-founder of Amadeus, comments on the detail in construction of the Amadeus speaker line, “Many parts of our products are built and finished entirely by hand, thanks to the expertise of our cabinet makers, joiners and finishers. They use proprietary processes, some of which are patented, to guarantee optimum quality which is required to market any products claiming to be high-end and ‘Made in France’. We are also the sole French manufacturer able to offer unique and optional finishes for most of our sound systems, varnish polyester, titanium coatings, bronze or gold stitched leather. We take great pride in using the finest materials and components throughout every loudspeaker we build, including air inductances, oversized non-inductive resistors, and low-loss polypropylene capacitors, to bring out the finest timbral nuances and the subtlest tonal distinctions. In the past, Amadeus has also been asked to manufacture unique looking systems combining dark-tinted chrome with high-gloss polyester, or white gold with ebony on some memorable occasions. We have done so readily…”

“We attach great importance to the quality of our distribution network in France and all around the world, and welcome our new connection with ASIIS,” adds Gaetan BYK, Marketing Manager at Amadeus. “We do not just sell loudspeakers and associated services. We sell sonic emotions. In this sense, we find partners with whom we share the same philosophy, the same values, the same ideas about sound. This is essential to ensure the Amadeus DNA is upheld. Asia is becoming one of the main markets for luxury manufacturers and high-end manufactured products, after Europe, and is firmly established as a focus area of growth.”

“As one of the premiere manufacturers of high-end sound reinforcement systems, we had to be present in the Asia market. We identified Eastern Asia and South-Eastern Asia as our top priority development sub-regions in our strategy of international expansion and are very happy to have a respected and able partner like ASIIS in the Indonesia area,” Gaetan BYK continues. “We are actually stepping up our development in these sub-regions and we expect Indonesia will continue to offer growth over the next five years.”

Contact Amadeus for further information at info@amadeusaudio.fr or visit their website at: http://www.amadeusaudio.fr

About ASIIS
ASIIS is a subsidiary distribution company of AUDIO TEKHNIKA, a high-end system integrator for Home Audio, Studio and Professional Sound venues. The Indonesian Company, based in the central Java city of Danukusuman, also does Smart Building, Karaoke, Theater, Rentals and Concert Sound. ASIIS’ reputation is built on past results from its customers’ satisfaction, which has proven to be very effective for future sales through word of mouth all over Indonesia.

Visit the ASIIS website here: http://asiis-indonesia.com/en

About Amadeus
Amadeus develops, manufactures and sells a wide range of high-end sound reinforcement loudspeakers, studio monitors and various signal processing interfaces that combine its own custom innovative technology with stylish design, for the professional audio industry. Created in 1992 from the collaboration between the French designer Bernard BYK and the scientist Michel DELUC, the Amadeus brand has grown to become a leading supplier of high-end audio solutions and services for theaters, opera houses, recording studios, research centers and touring concert sound rental operations. All development and product manufacturing is centralized in Atelier 33 headquarters in France, with field offices and authorized distributors located in Europe, Asia and UAE.

Contact Amadeus at info@amadeusaudio.fr for purchasing information. Or visit www.amadeus-audio.com

ML 28, PMX, DIVA, UDX and Amadeus are registered trademarks of Atelier 33, SA. All rights reserved. Patents pending. All other registered trademarks are property of their respective owners.

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CEntrance Releases New MixerFace Product at Indiegogo

Company crowd-funds its new mobile recording interface for smartphones and tablets

New CEntrance MixerFace portable 2-channel recording

Chicago, IL -January 6th, 2013 – Today CEntrance, a leader in Digital Audio, announced a crowd-funding effort to speed up the production of MixerFace(tm), its new mobile recording interface. MixerFace connects professional microphones with smartphones, tablets and laptops. The small, battery-powered mobile device includes two studio-grade microphone preamps and rich digital connectivity options, enabling professional-quality recording on the go.

The new product comes on the heels of CEntrance’s successful “HiFi-M8″ (pronounced HiFi-Mate) portable DAC and headphone amp for the audiophile listening community. MixerFace integrates the smart phone into the audio production workflow, creating mobile recording capability for the modern, on-the-go musician, broadcaster and VO artist. The Indiegogo campaign starts January 5th, 2013 and can be found at: http://igg.me/at/mixerface

Michael Goodman, Managing Director of CEntrance, stated, “Getting the latest gear first has its advantages, so we decided to crowd-fund MixerFace to speed up the product introduction. This parallels our recent crowd-sourced efforts with the HiFi-M8, but takes that a step further by opening the process up to the general public.”

MixerFace shares battery-powered technology with the HiFi-M8 and leverages our experience with small recording devices such as our popular MicPort Pro,” adds Goodman. “Today’s smart phones and tablets have become serious music production tools, and with Mixerface we are adding a professional, mobile audio capture solution.”

MixerFace offers two Neutrik(tm) combo jack inputs with boutique low-noise microphone preamps, independent gain controls with LED level monitoring, switchable 48V phantom power, sophisticated monitoring options, a headphone amp and 24-bit/192kHz converters. Mixerface offers the choice of connecting to a laptop or to a smart phone / tablet for recording or playback. The attractive, handheld, battery-powered device is made from tough, road-worthy extruded aluminum and works for over 6 hours on a single charge.

MixerFace is set for release in April 2014 and will be priced at $599-US, while Indiegogo contributors can save a significant amount and be the first to receive the new product well in advance of stores. For more Mixerface product information, visit http://www.mixerface.com

About CEntrance, Inc.
Founded in 2000, CEntrance develops innovative audio products and licenses its technology to industry leading brands, such as McIntosh, Playback Designs, Bel Canto, Benchmark, PS Audio, and Lavry. The company’s portable recording and playback solutions have earned rave reviews, industry awards and enthusiastic endorsements from artists such as Harry Shearer, Nathan East and Will Lee, and mastering engineers Bob Katz, Brian Gardner, Tom Jung and sound designer Frank Serafine, among others. CEntrance is headquartered in Chicago and distributes its products worldwide.

CEntrance is expanding its dealer network. To inquire, please call +1 (847) 581-0500 or e-mail sales@centrance.com. Visit: http://www.centrance.com/

All Trademarks are the property of their respective holders. MicPort(tm), AxePort(tm), DACport(tm), DACmini(tm), MasterClass(tm), Audiophile Desktop(tm), HiFi-M8(tm) and MixerFace(tm) are trademarks or registered trademarks of CEntrance, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple iPhone(r), iPad(r), and iPod(r) are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc.

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