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This is our internal studio-blog. We will concentrate on the most interesting topics in reference to our work in the fields of Mixing, Mastering, Beta-Testing of Audio-Gear, Pro Audio Workshops, Production-Techniques and much more of that flavour... Substance counts not the amount of topics ;) - Have phun!

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Who you gonna call?

Posted by [email protected] on January 31, 2017 at 11:15 AM Comments comments (2)

Momentum is slowly building up...

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Grab your copy of Gourski & TJ's premiere D'n'B-Banger

Posted by [email protected] on July 29, 2014 at 1:35 PM Comments comments (3)

News from our  local fishing agency. Here is the first track by 2 cologne based breakbeat artist with their first colaboratin namend "Schwertfisch". Basically a 2-Step techStep-track that will surely find many friends and was mixed & mastered for maximum Oomph and pleasureised at FAT OF EXCELLENCE, Cologne." target="_blank" rel="nofollow">FREE DOWNLOAD!

New Production "The Material" by Bob Humid & Scale leaves our studio-cables...

Posted by [email protected] on June 25, 2014 at 5:50 AM Comments comments (0)


 That's how we roll. Here's our take on the NSA / Snowden-Thematic-Complex: “The Material” is a D'n'B-colaboration of studio & breakbeat veteran Bob Humid and upcoming Drumfunk-specialist Scale. It combines a complex arrangement of a crisp 2-step-beat with biting synth-lines, syncopated percussions à la “Helicopter”, some very bolshy brass works, all wrapped up in a slim-tie-secrent-agent-soundtrack-suite that is best enjoyed with a dry martini in one hand.

Out now and available on Beatport, BandcampiTunes, Amazon, Juno Download, Traxsource, 7Digital and many more...

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Bob Humid Workshop in Athens (Greece) for the GLORY HILL STUDIO opening

Posted by [email protected] on March 17, 2014 at 9:10 AM Comments comments (0)

We are opening our workshop-session 2014 (Yes! We're back on that front!) with a very special date and the annoucnement of an official co-operation with the fantastic people at RHYTHMETIC & GLORY HILL STUDIO. Here's a little teaser for it. More info any day now but you can safe the coordinates SAT. 22 MARCH 14.45h at Dot Bar & Glory Hill Studio: Κτενά 1, Athens, Greece ( +30 694 240 0897) .


Posted by [email protected] on January 28, 2014 at 1:50 PM Comments comments (0)

Festung Europa on the list GUARDIAN's "Songs about Exile"

Posted by [email protected] on November 29, 2013 at 11:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Gee, that’s nice. I’m very pleased to see one of our most tweaked studio productions for Brockdorff Klang Labor, the song “Festung Europa” (Fortress Europe), on the official GUARDIAN-blog. For more info about the song check out my artist page.

Interview in the october-issue of Sound & Recording

Posted by [email protected] on October 6, 2013 at 1:10 PM Comments comments (0)

For anyone in Germany, Austria or Switzerland. You can find a little (german) interview with me talking about Liveacting with the YAMAHA RS7000 in the new issue of Sound & Recording on Bernhard Lösner’s “Love The Machines” cult-column.

Relax, if you wanna do it.

Posted by [email protected] on September 15, 2013 at 10:05 AM Comments comments (2)

Once again I stumbled over an article that warned every sound-professional (and DJ) about the dangers of catching a Tinnitus at the club. While the article is pretty profound and covered all relevancies towards ear-protection, the "truth" was only captured closely but not entirely. We need to know one very important thing: Tinnitus is mainly a neurological condition, not alone dependent on loud volumes at long listening periods. It's basically comparable to phantom-pain. It works like this: If you are performing or clubbing with a nervous attitude (let's say you are highly stressed by the event or private life) then the volume will add stress to your neurological system and THATs the moment you can get it. There is simply a threshold for stress. So, trying to relax before / at the performance / the club-night will highly reduce the probability of a tinnitus event. Also important: Clubbers, who are enjoying their party, high as a kite on drugs or alcohol will rarely experience a chronical tinnitus due to their relaxed neurological system (= parasympathicus nerve-system firing up). This was all quite well studied by Prof. Dr. Eckhard Hoffmann of the University of Aalen / Ulm. He claims that the most usual cause for hearling loss is the growing use of explosives (on new years eve etc.) and not night-clubbing. Even more interesting: In a comparison of 1500 "home-boys" vs. "clubbers" the clubbers in average had the better sense of hearing! So there was a correlation of an hedonistic lifestyle to having LESS tinnitus or hearing loss due to a trained (= exercised) ear. Dig that - Sure, it still makes sense to put down those monitors IF you feel stressed by the volume. But I consider this a must for a professional anyway. Despite of what I claim here, Tinnitus is quite often experienced in a result of stress alone without the event of loud levels of music or noise. So my conclusio is: YES, take care of excessive levels as the article by the fantastic people at dj-techtools explains, but first: Relax if you wanna do it. 


Phantom percepts: Tinnitus and pain as persisting aversive memory networks

Hoffrnann, E. (2001): Sind gesetzliche Regelungen zur Schallpegelbegrenzung bei Konzertveranstaltungen und für Discotheken notwendig?

Bildungswerk d. Verbands Deutscher Tonmeister (Hrsg.) Bericht der Tonmeistertagung (21.) Hannover 2000. K. G. Saur. München, S. 533 -547

Hoffmann, E. (1997): Hörfähigkeit und Hörschäden unger Erwachsener unter Berücksichtigung der Lärmbelastung. Median, Heidelberg


"LAUTE MUSIK: Kein Grund für Hörschäden ?"

The voodoo that you'll do...

Posted by [email protected] on September 10, 2013 at 1:55 AM Comments comments (0)

This is not esoterical. SATIN, a brandnew protagonist on the Tape-sound-front, programmed by Sascha Eversmeier (You might remember him as a programmer of the infamous Analog Modelling PlugIns in Samplitude / Sequoia) and the U-He-possee, is out! As mentioned earlier on this Blog the V1.0 also includes 6 of my Mastering-Presets. Witness the smoothness. /.-)