H12 Audio - About


I've been involved with music in one way or another all my life. In the late 2000s I got into producing, mainly of extreme metal music. After working on a few productions I decided to go deeper into audio engineering only to find out how much I love working with sound.

At one point I knew it was time to equip myself with knowledge and tools so that I could deliver better sound in my mixes and masters. And that I did by learning from acclaimed professionals and by efficiently designing my studio using a hybrid setup utilizing some of the best modern technology offers for signal processing and acoustic treatment. In this way H12 Audio was born, with the clear goal of making music sound good.

My approach does not rely on ready-made solutions. Every piece of music is unique in its own way and I treat it as such, trying to find the best way to process the material in order to bring out what's good in it without sacrificing anything of value, like modern productions often do (especially in the metal genre). Your music should sound right always, because it's going to be out there forever.


About me
About the studio



  • Rupert Neve MBC
  • Dangerous Music 2-BUS+
  • Dangerous Convert-8 (x2)
  • API 2500+
  • Universal Audio Apollo 8p
  • Universal Audio Satellite Octo
  • VOVOX Cables exclusively
  • Re-Amping
    • Orange Rockerverb 100 MKIII
    • Peavey 6505+
    • Orange Dark Terror
    • Universal Audio OX
    • Empress ParaEq
    • Maxon OD808X
    • Empress Compressor MkII


  • Steinberg Cubase
  • Cockos Reaper
  • Digital Sound Processing

    (mainly using products from)

    • Universal Audio
    • Sonnox
    • MAAT
    • Softube
    • Plugin Alliance
    • Soundtoys
    • Valhalla


  • Neumann KH-310 / KH-750
  • Auratone 5C
  • Beyerdynamic DT-880
  • Drawmer CPA-50 amplifier
  • Beyerdynamic A20 amplifier


  • Trinnov ST2 Pro

    (acoustic correction)

  • PSI Audio AVAA

    (active bass traps)

  • GiK Acoustics

    (acoustic panels & bass traps)

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