Stephan Oberhoff is a highly credentialed Sound Engineer, specialized on mixing In-The-Box in Avid’s flagship DAW, PRO TOOLS.
“My first ProTools session took place in Woodland Hills in my own studio with Burt Bacharach as the client sitting behind me.
ProTools only had 8 tracks at the time and an ATARI 1040 STF was time code locked.
During the session I heard Burt suddenly laugh and I thought he regarded this computer screen editing more as a toy or a gimmick.
So I asked him :” You don’t like this process Burt?” upon which he replied: “I don’t like the process? I’m AMAZED!!”
Stephan has mixed for decades on stereo music productions under the audiophile guidance of and inspiration by great peers such as Joe Vannelli (Gino’s brother) and his recent mentor of choice the great Marc Daniel Nelson.
He has delivered season’s worth of 5.1 surround mixing for Universal Cartoons and a plethora of private and corporate clients.
Stephan is now available for any projects on a global scale. Please inquire about project and hourly rates below.
The Grand Master of all mastering engineers, who mastered every imaginable definitive record from “Thriller” to Coltrane and who garnered 14 tech awards and two Grammys, can easily be referred to as one of the finest ears on the planet.
During a recent series of sessions Bernie expressed his appreciation of the quality of sound engineering and mixing that was delivered to him by Stephan as follows:
“I have recently mastered a few albums that Stephan Oberhoff mixed and I can honestly say that, for the most part, I am at a loss to find anything to do to improve his recordings. Outside of an occasional adjustment for consistency, he is spot on, and that’s impressive!
“ONLY A SMALL NUMBER OF MIXERS HAVE REACHED THIS LEVEL OF EXPERTISE. HE CERTAINLY IS ONE OF THE BEST!”
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