Daniel Dettwiler

Daniel Dettwiler (*1974) studied audio design with Wolfgang Heiniger and Th. Kessler in Basel. In 2000 he founded Idee und Klang Studio. He is a lecturer at the University of Music Basel (audio engineering). In 2007, he founded the Volkshausstudio Basel with musician David Klein. Daniel Dettwiler is specialised in acousmatic room orchestrations and has created the audio design for the new BMW Museum and the State Grid pavilion at the EXPO 2010 in Shanghai together with Ramon De Marco.
Further projects for SRF, Autostadt, the German Telekom, Heiner Goebbels, and many more. Concert activities as interpreter for new music and theatre music for the composer Beat Gysin, Andrea Molino, Thomas Kessler, Heiner Goebbels. Since 1995 he is a freelance sound engineer with productions for artists like Herbert Groenemeyer, ECM (Pierre Favre), David Klein (My Marilyn, Selma), Christian Zehnder (KRAAH), Balz Streiff (Hornroh), Ute Lemper. His productions have won many awards.