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A couple of years ago, Fab mixed the Kirk Whalum record (that went on to get a couple of Grammy nominations) which was mastered by Greg Calbi, one of the greatest mastering engineers in the world today.

At the time, listening to the mixes, Greg wondered how Fab could have gotten the bottom he got on the record. That was the beginning of Greg's relationship with the Dangerous BAX EQ. A few weeks ago we went with a camera to check on him (and his BAX) on behalf of our friends at Dangerous Music.

During the interview he went on about many other things which we found very interesting so we thought we'd share.Take a few minutes and listen to genuine audio wisdom from one of the few who can speak with a flawless track record.
A couple of years ago, Fab mixed the Kirk Whalum record (that went on to get a couple of Grammy nominations) which was mastered by Greg Calbi, one of the greatest mastering engineers in the world today. At the time, listening to the mixes, Greg wondered how Fab could have gotten the bottom he got on the record. That was the beginning of Greg's relationship with the Dangerous BAX EQ. A few weeks ago we went with a camera to check on him (and his BAX) on behalf of our friends at Dangerous Music. During the interview he went on about many other things which we found very interesting so we thought we'd share.Take a few minutes and listen to genuine audio wisdom from one of the few who can speak with a flawless track record. leer más leer menos

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