SOUND FOR FILM & VIDEO
The most beautiful pictures deserve the best soundtrack as well.
On the film set or in post-production. Sound is often neglected in video and film recordings, despite playing an enormously important role in the overall quality of the final product.
Whether it’s for image clips, interviews, or documentaries, we have traveled worldwide, including destinations like Brazil, Uganda, Rwanda, and across Europe, to capture sounds in the best possible quality.
The recording equipment we currently have in use, to name the most important ones, includes:
- The Sound Devices 633 Field Recorder (with timecode capability)
- The Neumann KM184 stereo pair.
- The Sennheiser MKH418 shotgun microphone.
- The Sennheiser wireless microphone.
- The Rycote windbasket (windshield).
In postproduktion We use Avid Pro Tools, which offers various import formats for video, such as .aaf, .otf, etc. Of course! I’m available to discuss technical details or answer any questions you may have. Please let me know what you’d like to talk about, and I’ll do my best to assist you.
Bastian Innfeld (Filme-Maker), Simon Egle (Fotograf, Filme-Maker), Thomas Stanglechner (Filme-Maker), Das Land Vorarlberg
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Focus solely on the music, and we’ll take care of the technical aspects. In our sound studio, we offer professional equipment, well-tuned room acoustics, and “good vibes.”
Learn more about our recording setup.
How should it sound?
Natural and warm: Many sound engineers appreciate the “warmth” generated by analog mixing. We achieve the “British warm and characteristic sound” using an analog Soundcraft TS12 mixing console.
For further details, you can find more information here.
Dynamics and tonal balance are essential aspects for a finished mix. Whether it’s for streaming services like Spotify, YouTube, Tidal, CD, or vinyl.
We will balance and adjust your mix to the right level.
Learn more about our Mastering Service.