Fab Dupont

Fab Dupont is an award-winning NYC based record producer, mixing/mastering engineer and co-founder of

Fab has been playing, writing, producing and mixing music both live and in studios all over the world. He's worked in cities like Paris, Boston, Brussels, Stockholm, London and New York just to name a few.

He has his own studio called FLUX Studios in the East Village of New York City.

Fab has received many accolades around the world, including wins at the Victoires de la Musique, South African Music awards, Pan African Music Awards, US independent music awards. He also has received Latin Grammy nominations and has worked on many Latin Grammy and Grammy-nominated albums.


David Crosby

Queen Latifah

Jennifer Lopez

Mark Ronson

Les Nubians

Toots And The Maytals

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2013 Oct 31
i often listen to reference mixes while mixing a song. how would i apply the summing mixer to this without the summing mixer's coloration
2013 Jul 15
i don´t see the benefit of converting the signal so many times, does not should degrade the signal with all this conversion ?? + why? has the two buss summing mixer a special color that is rereally revelant or important for the mix, i don´t believe you really gonna get an analogue sounding this way cause you still reconverting the signal to digital, just come to listen an old 45 RPM rockabilly vinyl through an old tunrtable with crappy speakers and really Fab, the sounds is complete different on the todays recordings lot more warm, outstanding reverbs + ¨EMOTION¨ can´t be replicate today
2013 Apr 25
Hi Fab. Thank you for another great video. Like "android" above, I'd love to know if 16 channels gives the instruments more breathing space and sounds better.
Becky Jo Benson
2012 Nov 27
FAB! What a cool diagram and the way that you explain this. It goes from "OH MY GOD, I will NEVER understand this!"~~to~~"Oh, okay, now I get it!" because of your step by step explanation. Thank you so much for helping me understand how to set this up, especially the 'input monitoring' because my track does not have that 'I' button next to the record button and I must rely on the track menu K button deally. (deally is a technical term) Thanks for being there for us, FAB! Becky Jo Benson
2012 Apr 24
I did not understand why I need an aux track :(
2012 Apr 22
@jochen1968: there is a 95 minute mixing indie pop in Cubase video coming right up. @Android: the first 8 channels give you the best impact and then every 8 after that is incrementally better. Id say an 8 channel interface and a D-Box is the perfect way to get into it. When your ears and skill set outgrow that, you an add a 2Buss LT + more converters to the system.
2012 Apr 22
Hello Fab, very nice for pro tools user... is there a video for cubase ? many thanks from tyrol - austria
2012 Mar 01
Is there a significant difference in summing 8 channels vs 16? Is it a "more is better" typed thing or will the benefits of analog summing still be applicable when summing only 8 channels? I ask because I've recently purchased an interface with 8 outs and I'm debating if I should get the D-Box and benefit from it's other facilities or the 2-Bus LT so that I could expand the interface to 8 more channels of DA into it later. If 8 is perceptible then the D-Box it is but if "more is better" I'll opt for the 2-Bus or 2-Bus LT.