Pure analog signal path routing under digital control.
- 6 Stereo Insert Loops, Assignable to 2 Stereo Busses
- Flexible and Potent Parallel Processing Loop
- Route, Switch, Matrix, Flip & Audition Instantly
- Recall any Tracking, Mixing or Mastering Configuration
- Seamlessly Integrates with Dangerous Master
To survive in this modern day audio jungle, the contemporary studio must be fl exible and agile; a facility that can adapt to any workfl ow, effortlessly. Tracking, mixing and mastering services oftentimes must be performed under one roof, utilizing every piece of outboard gear available.
The Dangerous Liaison realizes this dream by providing unprecedented access to your outboard equipment. Connect up to six of your favorite units to the Liaison (more if you daisy chain, leverage a patchbay or add a Dangerous Master). Instantly audition any device or combination, change the order, dial in some parallel processing and then store these customized signal paths as presets to use again, on demand, anytime.
True hard-wire bypass relays remove the gear entirely from the signal path; this includes outboard that lacks an integrated bypass or true hard-wire bypass. Mastering grade components switch instantly and silently, providing true A/B comparisons without coloration or latency. Pre and post-processing monitor outputs make it simple to audition between the original source and the treated product. The A and B busses can be utilized as completely discrete paths or they may be linked together in series. For example, if your favorite BAX EQ is connected to loop #1 and a limiter is connected to loop #5, selecting 5 from Buss A and 1 from Buss B places the limiter before the EQ.
Tracking: craft recallable patches for your vocal, guitar, kick drum and other instrument recording chains. Your favorite mic pre – compressor – EQ paths available at the touch of a button.
Mixing: store and recall your custom mix buss processing chain on Buss A, and your killer parallel compression drum path on Buss B.
Mastering: Instantly audition the possibilities – EQ before compression? Or compression before EQ? Which limiter sounds best at the end of the chain? What EQ do I want to use in my M/S loop? Store different routings for different musical styles and save time setting up a session.
The Dangerous Liaison: unlock the potential of all your outboard on every session, every time, in precise, repeatable combinations.