In 2002 Vicente Celi and Kraans de Lutin opened Phlexton Studios, just a stones throw from the Spree, in Berlin-Kreuzberg.

Across 250m2, they built a series of no compromise room-in-room constructions, consisting of: Three control rooms, two vocal booths and a main live room, thus ensuring that the studio would be best prepared for any tasks and recording styles.

But what the Phlexton Studios offers above all, alongside its in-house team, is a great atmosphere and feeling of space; enough room for a large band to chill out with a coffee as well as record.

Kraans de Lutin

Kraans takes the role of producer and composer at Phlexton Studios.

De Lutin began producing at the age of 16 for a wide range of Hip Hop artists, and within his first few years could already look back upon a respectable discography, establishing himself within the german Hip Hop scene as a talented producer.

Soon, though, he would extend his musical scope and now works in the most varied musical genres as a producer, composer and remixer for Rotfront, Tim Bendzko, Africa Bambaataa and Flo Mega. One of his most successful productions in recent years was the Platinum debut album Culcha Candela and Schöne Neue Welt.

In 2006, he also worked as film scorer for the Peter Thorwarth feature film, Goldene Zeiten. Although Kraans’ musical style leans more towards urban and electronic music, his high quality band productions over the past few years have contributed to his reputation as a multi talented and imaginative producer.

Henk Heuer

Henk began producing Hip Hop and Electro at an early age and has worked alongside his production partner, Droopy Goldberg, to produce and remix artists such as Sido, Ludacris, Culcha Candela, Boundzound and Flo Mega.

At the same time, he has worked in many studios as a freelance sound engineer and audiobook production specialist. To date, he has been responsible for the recording editing and mastering of over 60 audiobooks, working alongside such unique artists and authors such as Christoph Waltz, Katharina Thalbach, Roger Willemsen, Sven Regener and Bastian Pastewka.

Marco Merz

Anfang der 90er begann Marco Pyro Merz in Hamburg als DJ auf der Reeperbahn. Parallel dazu machte er sich selbstständig als Pyrotechniker für Bühnen- und Spezialeffekte.

Seit 1999 befindet er sich in verschiedensten Projekten als Tourmanager, MC, DJ, Messerwerfer rund um die Welt auf Tour mit Mellow Mark, Puppetmastaz, the Ruffcats, Gentleman, Martin Jondo, Saian Supa Crew, Deichkind, UB 40, Culcha Candela, Ukoo Flani, Ohrbooten u.v.m..

2004 gründeten er mit Partner Alexander Döbereiner (Scratch Dee) das Indie-Label Pyromusic und das Artistmanagement mit Bookingsektor Kollegenbasis . Somit ist Pyro auch in der Audioproduktion tätig und macht Sounddesign für Theaterstücke.

In den Phlexton Studios ist er seit 2009 und kümmert sich hier sowohl um organisatorische als auch um kreative Prozesse, sowie vermehrt um Hörbuchproduktionen.

Rob Willis

From 2009-2010, Rob Willis took a course in Sound Engineering and production in the world leading sound engineering school Alchemea, in London. There he studied under Haydn Bendall and Marcell van Limbeek (Kate Bush, Alan Parsons Project, Tori Amos, Johnny Cash, etc.).

After finishing this with distinction, he decided to move to Berlin, inspired by the city’s vibrant and innovative music scene, in which the electronic aspect particularly fascinated him, being a passionate analogue synthesiser and programming specialist.

He was welcomed with open arms into the Phlexton studios, where he soon undertook work as engineer and remixer for artists such as Culcha Candela, Deon and Smith & Smart. His professionalism and precision, as well as a passion for good music and interesting sound worlds enriches the Phlexton family.

Marta Gerosa

Vitali Zestovskih