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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. 

  • Jean-Luc Escriva


    Author , composer and performer Jean -Luc Escriva cultivated Pop Folk style and works a bit like a craftsman. When he records his tracks , he never does the same for both instruments as choirs . It makes no copy / paste !

    Met with Stevie Wonder in Paris. His first album was made with Larry Gittens (Stevie Wonder's tumpet player), Claude Salmiéri, Manu Katche, Bernard Paganotti, Michel Gaucher, Bernard Arcadio, André Ceccarelli and Stevie Wonder himself on the harmonica.

    Had 2 singles produced by Mischa Aznavour /Djanik Music/the Expand Music group.

    Singer and choral director for Wonderlove (Stevie Wonder's band), Kool and the Gang, Vanessa Paradis, Richard Gotainer and Henri Salvador.

    Creator/producer of radio jingles and advert music (Chérie FM, Hollywood Chewing Gum, Muratti).

    Currently very visible on the net and in the process of recording a new album with song titles such as 'J'ai envie de respirer' (I need to breathe), 'Un monde plus juste remix' (A fairer world remix) and 'The girl I saw yesterday'.

  • Jean-Philippe Viret

    Musician - Double bassist - Composer

    Jean-Philippe Viret is a jazz double bass composer

    Has played alongside lots of musicians of his day (Emmanuel Bex, Simon Goubert, Marc Ducret) as well as the 'old masters'  (René Urtreger, Georges Arvanitas, Michel Graillier) and soloists from abroad (Lee Konnitz, Bill Carrothers, Dave Liebmann, Kenny Wheeler, Youn Sun na).

    Played in Stéphane Grappelli's trio from 1989 to 1997.

    1998 saw the first of the Viret Trio concerts (with Edouard Ferlet /piano, Antoine Banville, then Fabrice Moreau/drums). The trio have recorded 7 albums and given concerts in France and around the world e.g. New York, Montreal, Japan, China and South Korea.

    First nominated in 2003, the trio were awarded the Victoires de la Musique award for best instrumental ensemble in 2011. The seventh album, 'l'ineffable', was released in January 2015. Jean-Philippe Viret also directs the Trio, 60% de matière grave (with Eric Seva/ Bass saxophone, Michel Godard/Tuba) and Supplément d'Ame, a string quartet (with Sébastien Surel/violin, David Gaillard/viola, Eric-Maria Couturier /cello).


  • Jean-Yves d'Angelo

    Pianist - Film music composer

    Jean-Yves d'Angelo is a pianist, and composer of film scores.

    Since studying music theory at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, and piano playing/ conducting  at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, Jean-Yves D'Angelo has accompanied the best of French singing talent in the studio and live: Michel Jonasz, Eddy Mitchell, Jean-Jacques Goldman, Patrick Bruel, Julien Clerc, Florent Pagny, Liane Foly, Charles Aznavour, Maxime Le Forestier, Catherine Lara, Johnny Hallyday, Alain Souchon, Laurent Voulzy, Francis Cabrel, Zazie, Maurane, Alain Chamfort, Bill Deraime, Michel Delpech, Julie Zenatti, Natacha Saint-Pier, Amel Bent, Daniel Levi, Les 10 commandements, Les Restos du Cœur, Sol En Si, etc.

    At the same time he has recorded instrumental albums under his own name, two of which won prizes at Les Victoires de la Musique. Now he spends his time composing and conducting film scores, and directing the music for shows.


  • Julien Collier

    Manager of Fux Prod studio

    The FUX PROD complex is a recording studio, a composing room, a rehearsal space, over night accommodation for major projects and a mobile version of the studio.

    We work with independent producers, businesses, organisations, labels, major recording companies  (Universal, Warner)

    A team that includes trained professional musicians, composers, sound engineers, a communication expert, video producers, motion designers, graphics designers, web developers, an acoustic design firm, concert halls, a sports coach, sponsors (Thirdeye/Custom 77, Prodipe) and partners from record labels and voluntary groups.

    We accompany our customers from start to finish: creation, rehearsal, recording, visuals, marketing, concerts and tours.

    We give advice on getting started, the music business, sound, staging a show, releasing a single.

    • CREATION: composition, arrangement, sound design.
    • STUDIO: recording, publishing, mixing, mastering. Mock-ups, pre-production, instrumental backing tracks, samples/backtrack vocals for TV, radio, web. Live track mix (studio, concerts, rehearsal).
    • LIVE: on-the-spot mixing (live, in-situ, events). Backline, sets. Live recording (live, in-situ, rehearsal). Mixing, editing, final studio touch-ups possible.  
    • CONCEPTION: wireless in-ear monitoring system. Sample/backtrack system for live recording. All-in-one lighting system. Sound system (technical specs). Customised home studio rack.
    • RENTALS: Fully equipped rehearsal room (with or without sound engineer). PA for small events/concerts (up to 500 people). TUITION for guitar (acoustic & electric), drums, computer-aided composition, recording, mixing, PA, backline.
    • IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ARCTIC PRODUCTION (VIDEOS): singles (Recording a single in the studio + Video clip). Commercials (Video/motion design + sound design). Audio & video recording (concerts, showcasing, acoustic sessions)


  • Julien Schultheis

    Drummer - Singer - Keyboardist

    Julien comes from a long line of musicians (Jean Schultheis is his father and Olivier, his brother). As a child, he continued in the family tradition by attending percussion, piano and theory classes.

    His professional career began in the best way possible: he played drums with the orchestra at the Folies Bergères for Alfredo Arias' show, Fou des Folies.

    Next he went on tour with Jane Birkin, Au Petit Bonheur, Frédéric Lo, Amok, Zazie, Raphaël, and Christophe Willem (musical direction).

    Julien has been drumming for ten years, but he also plays keyboards, for example, while on tour with Zazie. After directing Hélène Ségara's album, he began composing film scores for TV and cinema: Z comme Zemour (directed by Henry-Claude de la Casiniere), Nadia Coupeau, dite Nana 1 and 2, with Lou Doillon (directed by Edouard Molinaro), Irène, with Cécile de France (directed by Yvan Calberac), Wasabi, with Jean Reno and Michel Muller (directed by Gérard Crawczyk).

    He has worked in the studio with various performers (keyboards, drums and programming): Raphaël, Zazie, Christophe Willem, Indochine, Mikael Winter, Luc Besson, Patrick Bruel, Mud, Amok and Hélène Segara.


  • La Souris Déglinguée

    Rock band

    La Souris déglinguée (LSD) is an alternative French rock band. They first appeared in 1976, a street band from the Paris suburbs, led by their singer, Tai-Luc, and they're still going strong. With a repertoire which embraces musical and cultural eclecticism, they have gone from punk to 60s rock, and from la Oi! to dub via rap and rock'n'roll, covering all manner of topics such as Vietnam and the former communist outskirts of Paris.

    La Souris Déglinguée (LSD) have forged their reputation on stage, but they've also been a favourite of the critics, like Laurent Chalumeau, from the magazine, Rock&Folk1, who has supported the group since the beginning of the 1980s, and Philippe Manœuvre2.

    LSD's first 'official' concert was in Sarcelles in 1979, and their first single was funded by friends.

    Since 1983, the group have constantly innovated, showing no hesitation in blending other musical styles, for example, they incorporated brass, accordion and female vocals on the album Aujourd'hui et Demain. Reputed for having one of the strongest and most vigorous fan bases in France, the International Raya Fan Club (I.R.F.C.), LSD write songs filled with poetry and melodies that reflect their fans' experience of being on the periphery and Tai-Luc's quasi-obsession with all things Vietnamese and Asian.

    In December 2005, they released Mekong, their 15th album, and in 2006, the album/DVD Live au Glaz'art.

    In 2009, the album, As-tu déjà oublié ?, mixed by Rémi Berger, was released by Clandestines3 (Rémi Berger has been mixing LSD's recordings since 1980).

    On Saturday 23rd January 2010, the group celebrated their 30 years together in the boulevard Voltaire at Bataclan, Paris.

    In 2012, LSD played at the Midi festival in Shanghai and Beijing under the name of fengkuangzhishufaguoyuedui (疯狂之鼠法国乐队).

    In 2014, their psycho jazz could be heard at New Morning, in the chapel at Fresnes Prison, and during the French/British streetpunk festival at Boqueho. In the final months of 2015, their concerts in Toulouse, Perpignan and at Chez Paulette in Toul, have been setting the scene for Musicorama Lysergique at the Olympia in Paris on Saturday 9th May.


  • Loïc Pontieux

    Drummer Jazz / Blues - Composer

    Loïc Pontieux has been a professional drummer since the age of 14. He is currently the most sought after drummer by French performers.

    Has recorded and toured with: Alizée, Veronica Antico, Charles Aznavour, Barbara, Deedee Bridgewater, Patrick Bruel, Francis Cabrel, Julien Clerc, Nicole Croisille, Jean-Marie Ecay, Les Etoiles, Michel Fugain, Gwendal, Roger Hodgson, Michel Jonasz, Jean Michel Kajdan, Catherine Lara, BireliLagrene, Serge Lama, Bernard Lavilliers, Maxime Leforestier, Daniel Levi, Didier Lockwood, Marcia Maria, Maurane, Jean-Jacques Milteau, Nicoletta, Claude Nougaro, Pascal Obispo, Florent Pagny, Monica Passos, Michel Petrucciani, Babik Reinhardt, Véronique Sanson, Hélène Ségara, Alain Souchon, Zazie, and Julie Zenatti.

    Film scores: Mon père, ce héros by Gérard Lauzier, Les Visiteurs II by Jean-Marie Poiré, Kennedy et moi by Sam Karmann, and Ma femme s'appelle Maurice by Jean-Marie Poiré.

    Currently: a new downloadable album entitled Le Voyage d'une Plume, and includes many special guests, such as Vincent Bidal, Jim Grandcamp, Guillaume Perret, Guy Broglé, Laurent Vernerey, Fifi Chayeb, Dominique Bertram, Adrien Feraud, Lionel Suarez, Yannick Soccal, Jean Marie Ecay, Hervé Brault, Robert Le Gall, Mehdi Benjelhoun and Eric Filey.