is a full production service company focused on film scoring and orchestral recordings. We strive for the highest standards in our production chain like the finest sessions musicians, a world-class room and premium recording engineering with one of the largest collections of vintage mics.
The Berlin Orchestra
The musicians from the Berlin orchestras rank among the best world-wide. With SCORING BERLIN you get „The Berlin Orchestra“, a selection of musicians from the Berlin Philharmonics, Radio Symphony Orchestra or DSO for your production.
A total buyout and lots of other benefits like doing overdubs within the same session without any additional costs makes everything just easy.
Depending on the sound you're looking for, we're able to organize an individual section of Berlin's finest professional session singers from children to women, men and opera choir singers in Berlin. Germany particularly has a long tradition for choirs when a very solid and versatile sound is called for.
From score edits to MIDI to score conversion, our team can help you preparing the scores for your upcoming recording session in Berlin. Simply send your scores to our copyist or ask for arranging & orchestrating. Let us know your ideas and wishes. Our teams in Berlin or Los Angeles are happy to support you.
Simply send us your scores as PDF as least 3 days before the session takes place. We print them out and sort them for a fluid and fast session progress.
Arranging & Orchestrating
Let us know your ideas and wishes. Our teams in Berlin or Los Angeles are happy to support you.
Teldex Scoring Stage
The legendary Teldex Studio Berlin with its proud history is without any doubt one of the best places in the world for recordings without compromises. It offers ideal surroundings for first class film scoring and enjoys an ever-growing international popularity in that field. The heart of the studio is the 450sqm big hall that was originally built in the late 19th century as a concert and dancing hall. This room works equally well for a single piano, a drum set or a 100 piece orchestra plus choir and everything in between.