Interest for audio technology started early. I built loudspeakers and
amplifier kits. During and after my cello studies at the Royal Academy
of Music in Copenhagen, I worked with loudspeaker and amplifier
projects. In 1987, I started as writer, translator and editor for
High Fidelity, with focus on
loudspeakers, amplifiers, and computer based audio measurement systems.
I bought the Italian
Clio measurement system for
personal use. In 2003, after more than 100 articles, I ended my job at
In 2000 – 2001, I took a break from my orchestra work, and held a position as Technical Writer and software-programmer at Contex. Contex is world leader among large format scanner producers. The position had nothing to do with audio, but I gained enormous experience from daily tasks and an engineer-based environment.
In 2006 to 2009, I worked as loudspeaker constructor for a small but ambitious start-up company. Company aim was state-of-the-art, flawless audio reproduction and excellent measurements. Together with the digital preamplifier/filter platform, frequency, phase and impulse response of the loudspeaker was a hard match for any competitor. I filed a patent application for the unique 4-woofer layout. This work stopped together with the financial crisis in 2008 – 2009.
Since then, I have continued my work with audio equipment and sound measurements. Today, I also work with electric music, meaning keyboards, software synthesizers, guitars and similar. This means hands-on experience with analog and DAW recording/mixing technology.