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We are sound artists. We make, shape and record any sounds accordingly to any requests on Violin/Viola and Cello. We consist of two musicians, who both hold distinctions in Masters Performance from a music college in London. 

The instruments we use: 

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Neuer and Hirnsteiner

It is a German instrument from the 19th century made by Neuer and Hirnsteiner. it was restored in Poland by the luthier Krzysztof Mroz. This instrument is traditionally made in a style typical of the Mittenwald school. The bow is from 1950, made my Alfred Knoll, an extremely highly skilled German bow maker. The octagonal stick of Pernambuco is a characteristic feature of this artist.




Henry Hill, 1820

One of the finest craftsmen of the Hill family, Henry Lockey (also known as Lockey) was the son of the first Lockey Hill. It is possible that he trained under his uncle Joseph Hill II, and it is certain that he was working for John Betts by 1806. Sometime around 1810 Prussian King Frederick William III entrusted his Stradivari cello to Betts for repair, and Hill took the opportunity to create templates of it, which presumably served as a model for his later Stradivari copy cellos. Hill took over his father's shop in 1810, and his three sons William Ebsworth, Thomas, and Joseph II were all makers, though W.E. is by far the most well known.


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AKG C214

  • Directional pattern: Cardioid

  • Frequency range: 20Hz ~ 20,000Hz

  • High Pass Filter: 160Hz, 6dB/Octave, switchable

  • Preattenuation pad: 0/-20dB (switchable)

  • Sensitivity: 20mV/Pa (-34 dBV)

  • Equivalent noise: 13dB-A to IEC 60268-4 (A-weighted)

  • Dynamic range: 123/143dB (0/-20dB) (A-weighted)


Shure SM7B

  • Dynamic

  • 50 to 20,000 Hz

  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid

  • Output Level (at 1,000 Hz) Open Circuit Voltage: – 59.0 dB (1.12 mV) 0 dB = 1 volt per Pasca

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