Several artists who’ve won Western recording awards owe a few of their success to the task of producer and engineer Holger Urbach. Urbach spent some time working since the past due 1980s recording traditional music of most types, chamber music to opera. He originally researched trumpet and musicology, but gained his level in sound anatomist in 1987 on the School of SYSTEMS, Düsseldorf. Urbach spent 12 years with japan label Denon as an engineer and manufacturer, even though in the positioning, was named Manufacturer of the entire year in 1996 by japan newspaper “The Record Geijutsu.” Then moved on to be an artistic movie director for the Western German Radio (WDR) company in Cologne. He also set up his own creation firm in 2000, which includes done function for brands such Avi, RCA, CPO, among others, plus radio broadcasters, helping in the creation of both CDs and Dvd videos. Urbach in addition has presented documents at several mass media meetings and imparted his understanding to learners at the same college he attended.