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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2018 Sep 18
here you say the connections are HALF-NORMALLED ... and in the HYBID MIX tutorial you have them NORMALLED connected ... It is very confusing
2015 Jun 23
Hi I Finally found the way to do got analog sum with mackie onyx. Thx Fab
2015 May 30
Hi fab I use a Mackie onyx 1640I FW. Then I can send My busses (drums channel 1/2, guitars, bass channel 3, keyboards channel 4/5, vocals 6/7,etc.) back to The mackie. I cut sends to the stereo mixbuss for each channel in the daw .So,I just got the sound of my tracks in the mackie and there is more headroom. But I don't understand how to return to the daw for a print. Channels 15 and 16 are usually used for that with a firewire send button to main mix channel 15 and 16.So, I Create a new buss in the daw with a stereo input on 15-16 channels. But I can't hear nothing. Thx for your work :)
2014 Dec 25
I understand the somic bennefits of "Inserting" gear betwwen the output of your converters and the 2bus. But in case of compressors? how do you deal with them, when using the same method and changing the level in your daw will change the response of the compressor.. so what is your method in that situation? hw insert in Pro Tools(gear i/o to interface ch 1/0?
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2012 Jun 09
For materials type I never really asked myself the question but Id get whatever is easiest to clean.
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2012 Jun 09
@Hurz: the Signex bays are fine for light use. We have since replaced them with Audio Accessories version. Sturdier and better normaling system. I would recommend DSubs. All of FLUX and most new big NYC studios recently went with Dsubs. Solder backs are cost prohibitive labor wise and a pain to reconfigure. With Dsub you have to stick to blocks of 8 connections. It can be a pain but less of a pain than resoldering.TT bays tend to be better made and host more connections than a TRS bay. A great TRS bay should be fine. The connector is irrelevant.
2012 Jun 08
And what about the connector materials of choice? There's gold, silver and palladium types. I always thought gold was less good for conducting. Could you give me some advice on why one would choose one type of material over the other? Thanks!
2012 Jun 08
I've been interested in those Signex patchbays for a while. Those are the bantam versions right? What would you advise for the backside? D-Sub or the solder version and perhaps why choosing one over the other? I guess the solder version is a bit restricting? But what about D-Sub versus the jacks on the CP series Isopatch? Less connections is the only downside? Due to bantam connectors on the front, did you decide to use the rear panel bantam connection kit as well? Right now I'm using a Neutrik NYS-SPP-L1 but sometimes when inserting jacks it doesn't go smooth at all...