Ohne Sorge Tonstudio is a (mobile) recording studio located in East Berlin, Germany

When I first heard "Death Magnetic" by Metallica in 2008, I think it sounded weird. Then I did some research, read other opinions in various message boards about it and found out that it actually sounds awful. During this research I also learned a lot about recording, mixing and mastering a record and was totally hooked on it.

So I started studying Audio Engineering in 2009, finished after two years and started working as a freelance Audio Engineer for a while. I enjoyed it a lot, but I was still a lot more interested in recording and mixing in a studio situation, so I started focusing on doing this again.

By now I have my own recording studio in East Berlin, worked with several bands of different styles (Metal, Pop, Country, Hip Hop, Spoken Word, Podcast) and people seem to like what I do, so I keep doing it! :-)

Click the 'Contact' above to get in touch. Looking forward to hearing from you.

My credits include

Gear highlights

  • AKG
  • Sennheiser
  • Shure
  • Radial Engineering
  • Focusrite
  • HOFA
  • Celemony
  • Native Instruments
  • iZotope
  • Toontrack
  • Softube
  • Ibanez

Genres I specialize in

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Interview with Ohne Sorge Tonstudio

If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
Water, food, umbrella, sunscreen and books.
What's your strongest skill?
I'm brutally honest about things I don't like.
Analog or digital and why?
Analog gear for recording, mixing and mastering digital. If you now your craft, you won't be able to tell the difference between a badass mix on a tape machine and a badass mix with a tape machine plugin.
What's your 'promise' to your clients?
I will always be super transparent about my work and won't leave them alone until I'm sure that they're completely satisified with my work.
Can you share one music production tip?
When mixing, ALWAYS take a short break after 15 or 30 minutes to "reboot" your ears. Then listen to the whole thing again and make notes what you want to change.
What type of music do you usually work on?
Most of the time guitar driven music but I also like super stripped down singer / songwriter music, spoken word, hip hop / rap and weird stuff.
What do you bring to a song?
It always depends on the material but if the artist / band is open to it, I suggest to change here and there a little thing.
Tell us about your studio setup.
I like to stay flexible, that's why I keep all my outboard gear in racks and my microphones in a case. My cables are ordered by XLR, Jack, Headphone extensions and length, in case I need to record a drumset RIGHT NOW. :-D
What's your typical work process?
Before recording anything, I sit down with the artist / band and talk about all kinds of stuff, to get an idea what the people behind the music are like. Then we talk about how it should sound like (reference material), where we want to record it (my place, their rehearsal space), how many songs it will be and so on.
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
Tons of old and recent music, books, movies and live itself.
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
Most of the time I'm involved from start to finish when creating a song / record, which means I record, mix and master everything. I also do podcasts and spoken word stuff!