CEO & Senior Producer
Herbert Waltl began his musical education at the age of five and subsequently studied with the renowned pianist and composer Franz Hummel. Recognized as being one of the most promising young pianists in Germany, he initially specialized in Beethoven and made several records, numerous concerts and radio and television broadcasts in Europe and the US. Equally interested in composing he early on experimented combining acoustic and electronic instruments to create immersive spatial sound fields in life performances.
Herbert’s artistic impulses have been channeled into the establishment and development of production companies. He is a multi-platinum and three-time Grammy-winning producer and has more than 35 years of experience in the recording and entertainment industry; founding mediaHYPERIUM in 1996 to explore cutting-edge technology and new pro-AV production methods.
Head of Licensing, VP of Sales
Previous VP of Licensing at Concord Music Group. Negotiate major deals for Advertising, Film, TV, New Media, etc. Structure deals globally to increase corporate visibility and financial reward Coordinate with marketing, promotion, sales, accounting, and royalties departments
Eric Schilling is a broadcast music mixer for the Grammy Show and for the Latin Grammys.
His awards include: 6 Grammy Awards, 16 Latin Grammy Awards, 7 Prime Time Emmy Awards, Armstrong Major Broadcast Award and more!
Eric started his career at the age of 16 in community radio recording in Berkeley, Ca., working on news & public affairs productions as well as numerous live music broadcasts. The music broadcasts featured artist like Weather Report, The Mahavishnu Orchestra, Keith Jarrett, Taj Mahal, Randy Newman among many others.
At 19 years old, Eric became an assistant recording engineer at the Record Plant Recording Studios in Sausalito, CA working with Sly Stone, Joe Cocker and Fleetwood Mac. In 1977 he relocated to Florida to become an engineer at Bayshore Recording Studios where Eric worked with Jimmy Buffet, Pat Travers, The Outlaws among other legends.
A native of Columbus, Ohio, Louis Ng is an audio engineer, videographer, filmmaker, and musician based out of Southern California. He is the owner of Lenson Productions and frequently records and films concerts and recording sessions in performance halls all over Southern California. Louis regularly provides his on-location recording services for Chamber Music OC, Sunset ChamberFest, Music Academy of the West, University of Southern California, and The Colburn School.
As a filmmaker, Louis has directed numerous music performance videos for some of today’s leading musicians and ensembles, including HOCKET, SAKURA Cello Quintet, Vijay Gupta, Jeffrey Lastrapes, and icarus Duo.