Here are some of the projects that did not fit the ordinary. Projects that I am especially proud of had been a part of. Show's and productions that has made a huge difference in the way I work and how I think sound design.

Disney's Frozen Live in Concert



Sound designer and mixer


Aarhus Symphony orchestra and Music Hall Aarhus made a spectacular show with four sold out concerts in the winter of 2016. With over 100 musicians and singers the magical universe of Disney's Frozen took the audience with storm.

Pirates of the Caribbean Live in Concert

· The Curse of the Black Pearl

· Dead man's Chest

· At World's End


Sounddesigner and mixer


The Concert Hall and the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra presented the original trilogy over 3 years. With sold-out concerts delivered the big orchestra and choir, indescribable moments in the Concert Hall. It was an indescribable pleasure of planning and mix.

BLAM the Show


Programmer and mixer


BLAM the Show is a fast-paced action piece that blows the audience backwards. Throughout the play is crazy sound effects and deafening music some of the key elements of the show.

I had the great pleasure of re-programming the audio and effects so that the production could tour the world and play in 7.1 surround.


Saturday Night Fever the Musical


Co sounddesigner


The Cult movie from 1977 became a musical in 2017 when the production company "The One and Only Company" made there own version in the heart of Copenhagen.



Klauzdal's Recording Studio


Studio designer and projectleader


Fully equiped ProTools HD recording studio with two rehearsals rooms and a mix suite. Everything running on AVIOM and AVID products.


Eurovision song contest Simulator

Horsens Municipality




Since the city Horsens was to host the Eurovision Song Contest in 2015 I built in cooperation with the municipality a Grand Prix simulator. A place you went in and saw all the classic Danish winner songs.

Chandelier project in the style of

"Phantom of the Opera"


Designer and project leader


The assignment was a lavish and opulent chandelier as seen in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical "Phantom of the Opera". But it should be folded to almost nothing and at the same time could be hoisted up in all its glory.