Martin Eyerer Riverside Studios Berlin

Martin Eyerer Riverside Studios Berlin

Martin’s portfolio as a DJ and producer includes more than 20 years of Djing all around the globe, and over 100 releases on the hottest labels (Renaissance, Buzzin Fly, Great Stuff, Boxer, Audiomatique…), Gold Albums in UK and Australia and a top 3 US Billboard Chart ranking. Martin runs his analog mixing and mastering studio for 15 years now with clients like Mobilee, Watergate Recs, Terminal M, Keine Musik, Stil Vor Talent, Pan-Pot, Oliver Koletzki, Wankelmut and many more. He still finds time to run his successful Kling Klong label and to be one of the three driving forces behind Riverside Studios.

”What I definitely like a lot is the really big optical visual feedback LEDs. Second I like the fact that it has an open format so it’s really ready for the future, because we never know when the standard is changing. So I’m not investing into an old outdated product.”


About Riverside Studios

A unique collective of renowned artists and professionals located in Berlin’s Media Spree, right by the water, neighboring most of the industry’s leaders. Conceived by its three founding members: Martin Eyerer, Tassilo Ippenberger and Jad Souaid, Riverside Studios is a never before seen creative hub gathering under one roof top-ranked artists and experts from different backgrounds and musical genres. The Riverside complex spans over 1200m² with twenty state-of-the-art studios, and offers A to Z solutions to professionals by professionals, meeting all of the industry needs: from recording, mixing, mastering, advertising and games scores, songwriting camps, seminars, master classes to artist consultancy, all via an unprecedented creative platform.

M-32 Pro Series Professional 32-channel AD and DA converters with MADI and AVB

The combination of level displays and channel labelling fields conveys a familiar analog feeling but proves to be an almost indispensable advantage in daily practice. Using the supplied transparent papers, users can create individual channel labels and securely affix them behind a magnetic cover. This provides a comprehensive overview of analog channel assignments.