Record Production
Acoustic Music Recording

3C Sound is determined to broaden musical horizons and to ensure a constant focus on both sonic quality and creative cooperation


“The engineering is expert, and the recording has good immediacy and presence.

Peter J. Rabinowitz, Fanfare Magazine, December 2018

“Perfectly recorded … There are pleasant effects in abundance;  the electronic halo that clothes the sound of the first three movements is warm and alluring … recording standards are plainly beyond reproach”

Richard Hanlon, MusicWeb International, July 18, 2018

The recording itself is nicely balanced, its percussion and woodwind contributions well caught, making a pleasant experience for audiophiles”

Lawrence Schenbeck, Copper Magazine 61, June 18, 2018

“Klanglich sehr präsente und prägnante Einspielung”

Ingo J. Bierman, Nordische Musik, 2018

“The rich piano sound in these recordings made in Copenhagen’s Royal Danish Academy of Music are solid sonically”

Robert Benson, Classical CD Review, December 2017

“Sound recording is splendid”

John France, MusicWeb International, September, 2017


“Daniel is fabulously committed to getting the best results in any given situation.
Open to learning new things and immensely skillful with everything technical.
All these magnificent qualities goes into creating the most perfect product both musically and sonically. Looking forward to next time!”

Jesper Koch, composer, December 2018

“I really enjoyed meeting you and have tremendous respect for your talent. I think you have a long and rewarding career ahead of you.

Frank Filipetti, December 3, 2015

“I don’t think I’ve ever worked with an engineer who is as perfectionist as Daniel.”

Mathias Reumert, November 3, 2015

“I’m very appreciative of all your wonderful work and input on my CD project — it is only as good as it is because of your dedication through the whole process… your ears and skills are a great combination!”

Lucas Richman. April 20, 2015

“Among the large amount of tonmeister students I have known since 1989, only Daniel just seemed to fit naturally into the role as a music producer.”

Lars S. Christensen, April 4, 2014