Multi-Grammy Award-winner Frederick Vogler enjoys working as principal sound designer and FOH mixer for the Hollywood Bowl and Walt Disney Concert Hall. Throughout the year, he also records the Los Angeles Philharmonic, LA Opera, Los Angeles Master Chorale, and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir for commercial and broadcast release. Vogler works closely with composers, artists, directors, producers, and architects.
Vogler’s audio-visual design and consulting company, Sonitus, has worked on projects for Facebook in Menlo Park, CA; the New World Symphony in Florida; Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA; and CorpArtes in Santiago, Chile. Sonitus focuses on practical solutions with necessary technologies for modern-day performing arts and entertainment.
Vogler has worked in feature film as a music-scoring mixer for composers such as David Newman (Norbit, Spirit) and Jeff Richmond (Baby Mama), as well as on-set music playback/live record engineer for movies including Sister Act I & II, What’s Love Got to Do with It, and Preacher’s Wife.