Spatial Sound

Leo de Klerk

During the seventies, Leo de Klerk (b. 1958) debuted as a pianist, composer and record producer. In 1981 he founded Bloomline Studio, a company aimed to Natural Music Recording.

At the Rotterdam Conservatory, Leo de Klerk studied Composition with Theo Loevendie, Ruud Bos and Klaas De Vries and Piano with Rob van Kreeveld and Rob van der Linden. He graduated Cum Laude in the Art of Sound at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague with Volker Strauss and Stan Tempelaars. Leo de Klerk created music for bands, theater performance, film, orchestra and for a wide range of chamber music constellations. He was pianist with Latin Touch, Theatergroep Splinter, Salsa d’Amsterdam and Turquoise (8).

As a record producer and Tonmeister at Bloomline Studio, and in association with Jorn Mineur at Bloomline Coryphée, Leo de Klerk contributed to hundreds of music releases, from renaissance to contemporary. His work is credited with International awards and topped many bestsellers’ charts.

Leo de Klerk has been granted several Patents on the physical and psycho acoustical optimization of sound transducers.