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The WE ARE PRODUCERS team

Who we are and what we do

We want to inspire people. By jointly implementing captivating projects and products. By being partners and not just service providers. Through new impulses, ideas and solutions. Through our attention to detail and aesthetics. By focusing on the success of the overall project. We take new paths with you.

The WE ARE PRODUCERS team

Who we are and what we do

We want to inspire people. By jointly implementing captivating projects and products. By being partners and not just service providers. Through new impulses, ideas and solutions. Through our attention to detail and aesthetics. By focusing on the success of the overall project. We take new paths with you.

Sven Sommer, Managing Director

… loves:
well designed products and services, connecting people and knowledge, creating something new, constant learning and development, life and the possibility to shape it by himself.

… drives nuts:
Bad design, poorly usable apps, narrow-mindedness, racism.

… has learned:
Industrial engineering/project management, audio engineering and that not everything is being decided by the mind.

… is also:
enthusiastic podcast listener, cyclist, mountain hiker, sometimes musician sometimes music consumer.

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Michael Viol, Production

… loves:
to shape new challenges with new ideas to new solutions, optimal workflows.

… drives nuts:
Bridging technologies, poor software, lousy customer service

… has learned:
Audio Engineering, Printing Technology

… Is also:
Educator, usually in a good mood

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Sven Sommer, Managing Director

… loves:
well designed products and services, connecting people and knowledge, creating something new, constant learning and development, life and the possibility to shape it by himself.

… drives nuts:
Bad design, poorly usable apps, narrow-mindedness, racism.

… has learned:
Industrial engineering/project management, audio engineering and that not everything is being decided by the mind.

… is also:
enthusiastic podcast listener, cyclist, mountain hiker, sometimes musician sometimes music consumer.

E-Mail
vCard

Michael Viol, Production

… loves:
to shape new challenges with new ideas to new solutions, optimal workflows.

… drives nuts:
Bridging technologies, poor software, lousy customer service

… has learned:
Audio Engineering, Printing Technology

… Is also:
Educator, usually in a good mood

E-Mail
vCard

Choosing the right equipment for remote recording

14, September, 2021|

The demands for a remote podcast production are higher than for an average video call. While a video call is primarily about good speech intelligibility, a podcast focuses on generally good audio quality. For this reason, the same equipment you use for video calls is not necessarily suitable for recording a podcast. For more information on this check out our article Why a Podcast is not a Zoom call. We recommend the following setup: an external microphone (connection via XLR to audio interface or via USB directly into the computer) a pair of headphones (preferably closed type) The internal microphones of laptops are absolutely insufficient. In addition, we want to put distance between the microphone and the computer. On the one hand, to accommodate the microphone position and line of sight independently, and on the other hand, to stay as far away as possible from interfering

Why a podcast is not a zoom call

7, September, 2021|

What we expose listeners to It will come as no surprise to anyone that we, as a company in the audio industry, hold the high ground when it comes to good sound quality. Of course, good and bad are not absolute, comparable values. We often hear the word good in connection with audio quality as soon as the person taking part in the conversation can be understood perfectly and noise and digital artifacts remain within tolerable limits. But should that be our claim? After an exhausting day in countless video conferences, do we seriously expect our listeners to listen to another one as a passive participant? And if so, for what reason? Because we think our topic is so exciting and relevant that it probably outweighs this imposition? Or perhaps because we lack the awareness of what good can also mean in this context? Zoom call and podcast

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