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"When I started working in the recording studio in the late 1970s, everything was analog.

We cut tapes with scissors, made 24-track recordings with two-inch tape machines and were masters of drop-in on the flight in the ongoing recording.


Then came the digital technology and shortly afterwards the computers. The workflow became easier, faster and more precise. Unfortunately, this left some valuable experiences on the track that we had gained over decades of analog sound processing.


The sound of the late 80s and 90s became clearer but also sharper. With the change to the new millennium, we discovered the hybrid method and, in the course of the analogue renaissance, brought back old transistor and tube-equipment as additions to the digital studio.


Today, with the help of virtual replicas of analog treasures, we are able to reproduce the wanted warmth of previous sound aesthetics - and this is exactly what the X.1 sound philosophy does - without having to forego the advantages of the digital workflow."

Henning Schmitz

Studio X.1 Productionsuite A
Studio X.1 Neumann Mic
Studio X.1 Neumann
Studio X.1 Yamaha Masterkeyboard
Studio X.1 Henning Schmitz

Productionsuites A and B 


Audio networking                    *)


Converter, Audio Interfaces, Mic-Preamps

RME Madiface plus
RME Octamic

Focusrite ISA 428



All formats up to 7.1.4 (11.1)

Neumann KH 310

Neumann KH 80 DSP

Event Reference


Steinberg NUENDO
AVID Protools

iZotope RX Post Production Suite

iZotope Ozone 8

iZotope Neutron

Steinberg Wavelab

WAVES big sortiment

Brainworx various plugins

Native Instruments various plugins

Novation various plugins


Neumann TLM 127
Neumann TLM 103

Brauner Phantera
AKG C 414

Rode MT 5

Rode NTG 2

Shure SM 57, SM 58, 

AKG D 112


AVID Artist MIX and Transport
WK-Audio ID


SONY Full HD Low Noise


Acoustic screen, motorized


*) all manufacturer and brand names are subject to legal protection regulations

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