Felipe Sanchez Luna Co-Founder, kling klang klong – Berlin, Germany
As a sound artist, sound designer and programmer, Felipe aims at understanding and explaining his surroundings through audio as he creates generative and interactive systems, combining innovative technology with natural laws of sound. After his studies in Audiovisual Media (B.E.) he worked 5 years for Klangerfinder before moving to Berlin and complete Sound Studies (M.A.) at the Art University. Hefounded kling klang klong, a studio for immersive sound, music and technology for exhibition spaces, films, videos, interactive installations, performing arts and business.
Amaury La Burthe CEO Audiogaming – Toulouse, France
In 2011, Amaury founded AudioGaming, a company developing innovative audio-technologies based on cutting-edge procedural audio research, which expanded through two brands: Le Sound, focussing on audio and interactive tools for media creators, and Novelab, creating immersive and interactive sound experiences for video games, VR, and installations. Amaury recently worked on Type:Rider as Executive Producer, and Notes on BlindnessVR as Creative and Audio Director. Beforehand, Amaury worked as researcher for the Sony Computer Science Laboratory, and as Lead Audio Designer for Ubisoft (Prince of Persia, Splinter Cell). Amaury holds a Master in Acoustics and Signal Processing Applied to Music from the IRCAM.
Martin Frühmorgen Managing Director, Rotor Film – Berlin, Germany
Martin Frühmorgen is the managing director at Rotor Film. After graduating from the University for Film and Television Konrad Wolf in Potsdam-Babelsberg, Martin worked as a freelance sound designer before founding Rotor Film together with Holger Lehmann in 2011. Rotor Film is a full-service sound and picture post-production facility located at Studio Babelsberg. Specializing in the immersive 3D audio format of Dolby Atmos, Rotor Film worked on Lost Place (2012), the first film mixed natively in Dolby Atmos. The company also recently completed the Dolby Atmos mix of The Lake, produced by Luc Besson.