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Our audio equipment has been designed to meet the needs of musicians and sound professionals. And that's why so many performers, sound engineers and music schools have taken the decision to use our products every day. They have embraced the Prodipe philosophy and signed up to the Prodipe adventure. 

  • Fabrice Leyni


    Studio Oméga sound engineer

    Fabrice Leyni is a sound engineer in one of France's biggest recording studios.

    As a sound engineer, he has worked with NTM, Pleymo, Emma Daumas, Florent Pagny, Prohom, Silmarils, Yvan Cassar 'A Species Odyssey', Lord Kossity, Disiz La Peste, Mickael Youn, La RudaSalska, Akhenaton, La Tordue, Yamakasi, Cécilia Cara and Pierpoljak.

     

  • Felice Reggio


    Trumpeter - Conducting

    Felice Reggio is a renowned Italian jazz trumpeter who has accompanied, among others, Ennio Morricone, Chet Baker and the Ray Charles Orchestra.

    Felice Reggio, who was born in 1960, obtained his trumpet playing diploma at the Guiseppe Verdi Conservatoire National in Turin. In 1987 he joined the Italian Society of Authors and Publishers before going on to learn the techniques of film score composition with LUIS BACALOV, who composed the Academy Award winning best original score for The Postman.

    He then specialised in music information technology at the Niccolò Pananini Conservatoire with Gianni Capobianco as his teacher. He also toured in Italy and abroad, sometimes as an artist in his own right (trio, quintette, big band), sometimes as a guest player with orchestras.

    Over the last few years he has expanded his work into composing, arranging and conducting. He recorded his first album (quartet), Clara, in 1985, and has composed numerous jazz, pop and film score pieces. He edited the score for Chet's Romance in 1988, and recorded the album, I Remember Chet, with Nicola Stilo in 1991. In 1995 he recorded the album, Trois pour Chet, which was favoured by the critics.

     

  • Fifi Chayeb


    Bassist

    One of the greatest bass players on the French scene !

    A constant stream of collaborations throughout his career Live: Chance Orchestra, Diane Dufresne, Gilbert Montagné, Sylvie Vartan, Catherine Lara, France Gall, Sacha Distel, Babik Reinhardt, Jean-Marie Ecay, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Paul Mauriat, Dionne Warwick, Carmine Appice, Manu Dibango, Idrissa Diop, Michel Legrand, Ray Gomez, Thierry Eliez, Guitars Unlimited, Patrick Bruel, Artmengo, Guy Marchand, Pierre Vassiliu, Richard Clayderman, Ginie Line, Alizée, Association Laurette Fugain, Eddy Mitchell, Julie Zenatti, Jean Claudric...

    Musical director for Dany Brillant and Hélène Segara, Sylvain Luc, Larry Carlton, Robben Ford, Billy Cobham, Ernie Watt and Frank Gambale. Studio: Diane Dufresne, Paul Mauriat, Michel Legrand (sound tracks), Babik Reinhardt, France Gall, Michel Leeb, Sacha Distel, Jean-Marie Ecay, Michal, Ginie Line, Idrissa Diop, Moktar Samba, Bruno Coulet (sound tracks), Alizée, Mylène Farmer and many others...

  • Flora Purim


    Singer

    Flora Purim , born in Rio de Janeiro, is a Brazilian jazz singer.

    Her music has interwoven the life fabric of anyone with a passing interest in Latin and American jazz music for over 25 years.

    Her once-in-a-generation six-octave voice has earned her two Grammy nominations for Best Female Jazz Performance and Downbeat magazines Best Female Singer accolade on four occasions.

    Her musical partners have included Gil Evans, Stan Getz, Chick Corea, Dizzy Gillespie and Airto Moreira, with whom she has collaborated on over 30 albums since moving with him from her native Rio to New York in 1967. Her musical genius was inbred thanks to a Russian émigré father who played violin and a mother who was a talented pianist in her own right.

    Before leaving Brazil to escape the repressive military regime of the time, she had mastered piano and guitar and liberated an exhilarating vocal talent. After nearly four decades of extraordinary performance, Flora Purim has become synonymous with Brazilian jazz -- her seductive voice intertwining effortlessly with native rhythms and exotic instrumentation.

     

  • Francis Cabrel


    Author - Composer - Singer

    The tour " In Extremis " continues in 2016

    Francis Cabrel is a French singer-songwriter and guitarist. Inspired heavily by Bob Dylan, he has released a number of albums falling mostly within the realm of folk, with occasional forays into blues or country. Several of his songs, such as "L'encre de tes yeux" and "Petite Marie" have become enduring favourites in French music. Others, such as "C'était l'hiver", about the suicide of a young girl, have since been covered by other artists such as Canadian Isabelle Boulay.

  • Fred Manoukian


    Conductor - Arranger

    Pianist, composer, arranger and conductor Frédéric Manoukian founded and directs various formations such as Frédéric Manoukian Big Band

    ARRANGER AND MUSICAL DIRECTOR of TV programmes presented by Michel Drucker on France 2: 'Samedi soir avec', 'Tenue de Soirée', 'Tour en Fête' and 'Cérémonie des Molières'. For the last two years he and his Big Band have been accompanying Laurent Gerra's shows (TV, shoots, etc.).

    He has just finished a double album for Pierre Perret and co-produced a show in tribute to the songs of Frank Sinatra.

    The Frédéric Manoukian Big Band has also accompanied Guy Marchand, Paul Anka, Robin McKelle, Sophia Nelson, Roberto Alagna, Johnny Halliday, Patrick Bruel, Nolwenn Leroy, Patrick Fiori, Liane Foly, Julien Clerc, Hélène Ségara, Tina Arena, Yannick Noah, Florent Pagny, Michel Leeb, Enrico Macias, Adamo, Pascal Obispo, Michel Delpech, Maurane, Laura Pausini, Marcel Amont, Nicole Croisille, Michel Fugain, Charlélie Couture, Jeane Manson and Michel Jonasz.

     

  • Fred Savio


    Composer - Producer - Arranger

    Composer - Producer - Arranger

    Pianist, arranger, composer and producer. Knows his way around the major companies (Universal and Sony). Has worked with Brigitte Fontaine, Touré Kounda, Polo, Seita Touré, Stéréodrome and Lââm.

     

  • G Blumenfeld


    Studio Marcadet manager

    For 37 years , Georges Blumenfeld is director and sound engineer of Studio Marcadet

    The legendary Marcadet studios have been graced by the stars since 1979.

    Of the many performers who have recorded their albums we have to mention Danny Brillant, Kassav', Trust, Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Stéphanie de Monaco, Eddy Mitchell and Laurent Voulzy.

    George Martin (the producer for the Beatles) recorded four Kenny Rogers songs at Marcadet. The musical comedy, The Count of Monte Christo, was also mixed there.