To be released on December 1st: Dwaallicht by Rik Kuppen and Jelmer de Moed. Recorded, edited, mixed and mastered.
Click here for a fascinating video clip, featuring a track from this album
August 2018: 'Amsterdam Uitmarkt': light design and light engineering of 19 acts in one intense weekend! In BIMHUIS Amsterdam
Alex Simu, George Dimitriu
November 25 and 26 2017: recording and producing Dutch tangoduo Tangolicious for their first cd release at studio De Zwarte Molen in Amsterdam
November 13 and 14 2017: guiding a recording project for the Art of Sound department of the Royal Conservatory, The Hague. Master students of the 'Ensemble Academy' record the second sextet of Steve Reich's Double Sextet. To be played against during a live performance on February 15 2017 at the Royal Conservatory
The 'Atrium', current rehearsal home of the Residentie Orkest, turns out to be an excellent recording venue!
August 26 / 27 2017 'Amsterdam Uitmarkt': light design and light engineering of 16 acts in BIMHUIS Amsterdam
A large portion of my spring and summer of 2016 was dedicated to creating the sound design for the exceptional performance 'Huid'. In this musical and physical experience, theatre group Schweigman& hook up with percussion ensemble Slagwerk Den Haag. Percussionists 'researching' the dancers of Schweigman& how to play them as an instrument. Making these sounds come to live for the audience was a real but exciting challenge! Touring until mid January 2017 in the Netherlands
Mastering: May / June 2016
Studio: BK Audio, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Releases: CD, Digital Download 96k/24bit, Vinyl
recording team member (together with Guido Tichelman and Bastiaan Kuijt) for the ECM Kurtag recording project, september 2015
September 6, 2014 the Residentie Orkest (based in The Hague, The Netherlands) preformed
'Symphonic Junction: Residentie Orkest in 3D". An experimental concert to attract a young
Audience. Sections of the orchestra all over the hall, interpersed by a DJ, all amplified... we
ended up with about a hundred microphones.
The recording was a study project I supervised for Bachelor Students of the Royal Conservatory,
Art of Sound department. To be seen on public Dutch Television soon!
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Recording: January 2014, Kleine Zaal Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
Producing: Guido Tichelman
Recording, mixing and mastering: Matthijs Ruijter
Recording assistance: Bastiaan Kuyt