Chiara Dubey - Find Time
What a wonderful project — check it out!
«This sounds awesome Mr D !!!» (Phil Ryan)
Anna Rossinelli - Without A Parachute
We recorded the title song of the film Jagdzeit by Anna Rossinelli, composed by Michael Künstle, in the Air Studio and in our rooms and allowed ourselves plenty of time for mixing. We really dig that song!
«WOW - what a voice, what a song, what an arrangement and WHAT A DIVINE MIX and recording. Chapeau mon vieux!» (Francois Mürner)
Immigration Unit - Wasting Mornings
A fantastic project, recorded in London, which we had the pleasure to mix on our CADAC console! Check out the video!
Mantocliff - Umbilical
First Pop Mix on our CADAC Console! Beni Gut was the Engineer and we really like that project!
Roli Frei - Strong is not enough
A voice that is hardly ever heard in Europe - agile, supple, it swings into falsetto, remains carrying, and sounds vividly powerful in the second verse, almost reminiscent of Van Morrison. In the midst of this effortless singing, the chorus seems almost casually thrown out: "La vita è bella. The voice belongs to the 57-year-old Basel singer Roli Frei, "La vita è bella" is the first piece on his new CD "Strong". (Neue Zürcher Zeitung NZZ)
Selma – In Sehnsucht eingehüllt – The World Quintet
Selma Meerbaum-Eisinger, with her collection of poems called „Blütenlese“ left a piece of world literature behind when she died 1942 in a labor camp at the age of 18. The World Quintet put music to her poems and twelve of the most famous German singers lent Selma their voice. Together they have produced unforgettable and moving Songs.
Sarah Connor, Yvonne Catterfeld, Rheinhard Mey, Thomas D, Xavier Naidoo, Joy Denelane, Hartmut Engler (Pur), Ute Lemper, Inga Humpe (2Raumwohnung), Volkan Baydar (Orange Blue), Jasmin Tabatabai, Stefanie Kloss (Silbermond)
Herbert Grönemeyer – Trauer
David Klein's song Trauer marked the start of the „Selma project”. It also already appeared on the CD “the World Quintet”. Realizing this song was a highly exciting task! The orchestra part in the song was played by the unbelievable “London Mozart Players” and we recorded in the Abbey Road Studio 1. Especially with Herbert Grönemeyer’s voice we wanted to set a signal – big, warm and with integrity. The nice piano sound is actually the result of a mistake: To be able to adjust the piano sound to the recordings of the orchestra in Abbey Road we set up more than ten microphones. As Daniel was monitoring he once forgot to mute the other microphones which weren’t needed et voilà, there it was, the magical and, for this song, perfect sound.
Phil Ryan – As We Grow Old
A nice orchestral Pop production. The original version is fully mixed by Daniel Dettwiler on the CADAC Board. On the remix the orchestra is still our version.
Bettina Schelker – Another Strum
The singer/songwriter has realized a beautiful and straightforward production in which she also played the guitar. Our special U47 ccc, of which there are only 2 existing worldwide, was the perfect match for her voice!