Guarantors to achieve ambitious goals are the diverse people at Idee und Klang Studio. All of them are masters in their field of expertise, and they all are greatly interested in research, too.
Daniel Dettwiler (Owner, sound- & mastering engineer) Contact
studio [at] ideeundklang.com
Daniel is a master of creating unique sonic experiences. From miking to mixing to mastering, he continuously performs small and large sound miracles – which has brought him an impressive amount of pleased regular customers. Daniel is not happy until he makes you forget that you are between two speakers and can simply enjoy. more
Daniel Dettwiler was born in 1974 and lives in Basel with his family. He studied Audio-Design at Musikhochschule Basel (Basel University of Music) from 1996 until 2001. 2002 he started his company Idee und Klang Dettwiler which now developed into Idee und Klang Studio. Assembly of the most significant collection of historic microphones in Switzerland. As a tonmeister he specialised in the realisation of acoustic music, especially jazz and film music. He has worked on productions with ECM (Pierre Favre), Herbert Grönemeyer, Mark Turner, London Symphony Orchestra, Niki Reiser, Ute Lemper, David Klein, WDR Bigband, Kolsimcha, Nils Wogram, Christian Zehnder, Jasmin Tabatabai, Al Foster. He is one the most popular tonmeister for film music and has executed numerous music productions for cinema, for example "Heidi", "The Diary of Anne Frank", "Labyrinth of Lies", "The White Masai", "Das Blaue vom Himmel", "The Adventures of Huck Finn" – he also often works on film scores as a pianist. Since 2003, lecturer at Musikhochschule Basel (Basel University of Music), jazz department (applied production technique and realisation). In 2005, together with Ramon de Marco he founded Idee und Klang GmbH that specialises on tone installations and acousmatic spatial orchestra. Many projects followed such as audio design and spatial orchestration for the new BMW World in Munich or “Magicbox“, the State Grid Pavilion at the Expo 2010 and the composition of the acoustic layout for DRS3 and DRS2. Furthermore, Daniel Dettwiler worked as an audio designer of concerts for composers including Beat Gysin, Andrea Molino, Thomas Kessler and Heiner Goebbels. Since 2012 lecturer at Zurich University of the Arts at the deparments "filmmusic" and "tonmeister".
Leandro Gianini (Tonmeister) Contact
leandro.gianini [at] ideeundklang.com
Leandro studied sound engineering at the ZHDK and after a short internship he was immediately employed by us and has become indispensable for us. Leandro is fit in all areas of music production.
Benjamin Gut (Backoffice, Engineer) Contact
benjamin.gut [at] ideeundklang.com
Although he is now studying to become a lawyer, he is still available for a production every now and then - unfortunately not as often as before, much to our regret. Beni is an incredibly inventive master of pop and jazz, interested mainly in mixing.
Joël Cormier (Sound Engineer)
After successfully completing his studies as a recording engineer, Joël has already realised more than 40 orchestra recordings. His field of expertise encompasses recording production especially. Musicians and conductors appreciate his great musicality and fine sense of interpersonal relationships.
Virgile Rosselet: Engineer
Sina Steiner: Junior-Engineer
Steffen Peters: Junior-Engineer
David Klein (Producer, www.davidklein.tv)
Hannes Kumke (Mastering Engineer)
Robert Hermann (Audio Engineer am Theater Basel)