IN SESSION

Yvan Cassar
Poême symphonique OPMC
Universal Deutsche Grammophon

Woodkid
Orchestra recordings 2017

Le retour du Heros
Directed by Laurent Thirard
Music composed and orchestrated by Mathieu Lamboley

Prequell
Produced, arranged and orchestrated by Thomas Roussel
Music composed and conducted by Thomas Roussel

Pierre Lapointe Album 2017
Directed by David Moreau
Album Mixing

Garde Partagée
Directed by Alexandra Leclere
Music composed and orchestrated by Mathieu Lamboley


PRESSE REVIEW

Revenons à la musique
Interview : Camille Laplane

Audio People
Interview : Marion Delhaye


PARTENAIRES

IMDb : The internet movie database

Albumcredits : Giving credits their due

Albumcredits : Giving credits their due

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Since 1998, sound engineer Stéphane Reichart, who specializes in recording and mixing music for films, has made a name for himself in the French audivisual industry, alongside composers such as: Pierre Adenot, Cyrille Aufort, Amine Bouhafa, Klaus Badelt, Yvan Cassar, Alexandre Desplat, Laurent Juillet, Mathieu Lamboley, Christophe La Pinta, David Moreau, Nathaniel Mechaly, Eric Neveux, Philippe Rombi, Thomas Roussel, Frédéric Talgorn, Gabriel Yared.

In constant search of new recording techniques, he was the first in France to use the Decca Tree, the legendary symbol of Decca recordings from the 1950s to today.

Over the past ten years, St√©phane has worked on more than one hundred films, mainly orchestral projects: Little Nicholas, A Species’ Odyssey, The Beat That My Heart Skipped, Fair Play, Family Hero, Dorothy, In mom’s head, One Swallow Brought Spring, Welcome to the land of Shtis, Trouble at Timpetill.

Despite his attachment to orchestra recordings, his adaptability and technical experience have enabled him to collaborate on projects as diverse as acoustic crossover (Charles Aznavour, Roberto Alagna), jazz (Edouard Bineau Dominique Fillon, Vince Mendoza ), vocal (Lara Fabian, James Blunt), variety (Patrick Bruel, Florent Pagny), electro folk (Balmorhea, Bram Vanparys, Tunng), rock (Sonic youth).

Based in Paris, Stéphane works regularly at Davout and Omega studios, but it is also not uncommon to find him in internationally acclaimed foreign studios such as Air Studios and Abbey Road and Galaxy studios. His subsequent collaborations, notably with Jean Michel Jarre, took him to Egypt, China and more recently in Poland.

Committed to education and knowledge transfer, Stéphane has been conducting master classes at the Femis and with Sennheiser France -Neumann Berlin, official partner, for almost 13 years.

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