The man who is currently Germany’s most successful musician has recorded an exclusive track for Sennheiser and mixed it using the AMBEO®-3D Audio system. Robin Schulz will premiere the piece during Art Basel – and reshape the future of music, live. What does his vision for an ultimate sound experience look like?
“It’s the next step toward the future, a new level of sound,” says international star Robin Schulz, who has composed an exclusive track for Sennheiser and mixed it using AMBEO® – 3D immersive audio technology
Pride – that incomparable feeling of happiness you get from personal accomplishment — can inspire people to produce a steady stream of new innovations. It can spark creativity and transform them into trailblazers and leaders — because it is such a positive, unforgettable emotion that people want to experience over and over again, and even intensify if possible. Pride is also the feeling that connects Robin Schulz with his first memories of Sennheiser. “I can still recall how proud I was when I was able to perform my first gig with the HD25,” says Schulz. As a youth, he had managed to save up money from small DJ appearances for his first pair of headphones.
About 15 years later, and after producing the most successful track ever made in Germany, Schulz has become a global star. He has revolutionized the music scene and emerged as a creative leader. Even as German DJs have had a significant impact on techno and electro, prior to Schulz they lagged behind the biggest names like Tiesto, David Guetta or Avicii in the ranks of international DJs. But then Schulz, who hails from Osnabrück, discovered a rather sedate song by the rapper Mr. Probz at the end of 2013. He sped it up and mixed in deep, warm sounds – and it immediately catapulted to No. 1 on the charts in six EU countries. It landed at No. 14 in the United States. Since then, he’s been touring stages non-stop around the world, performing in front of audiences of tens of thousands and regularly selling out his tours.
A track that makes full use of 3D and is typical Robin Schulz: http://goo.gl/s50Kwm