TJDeluxe, November 2011,Gimme That Bass, May 2012
September 16, 1960 |
|Occupations||record producer, recording engineer, studio owner|
|Associated acts||Tommy Emmanuel, Jerry Donahue, Joscho Stephan, Richard Smith, Gareth Pearson|
Henno Althoff (born September 16, 1960, Lippstadt, Germany) is a German record producer, recording engineer and studio owner, best known for his association with Australian fingerstyle guitarist Tommy Emmanuel.
Althoff, a long-time Chet Atkins admirer, specializes in the recording of guitar music. It was at a Chet Atkins Appreciation Society convention in Nashville in the 1990s where he met Emmanuel for the first time. After Emmanuel had moved to Europe, Althoff played a key role in getting him started there, he aided in organizing concerts and engineering his first solo guitar album Only in his Adalt-Studio in Lippstadt in 1999.
Later, Althoff produced Emmanuel's collaboration with guitarist Jim Nichols titled Chet Lag (re-issued as Happy Hour) and recorded several more of the Australian's work. Emmanuel dedicated his composition Sanitarium Shuffle to him, referring to Althoff's Lippstadt home as his sanitarium.
- Tommy Emmanuel: Only (Original Works, 2000) (Engineer)
- Tommy Emmanuel, Jim Nichols: Chet Lag (Adalt Records), re-issued as Happy Hour (Original Works, 2006) (Producer, engineer)
- Tommy Emmanuel: Endless Road (Favored Nations, 2005) (Engineer)
- Fotheringay: 2 (Fledg'ling, 2008) (Engineer)
- Gathering: Legends of Folk Rock (Hypertension, 2009) (Studio)
- Gareth Pearson: Urban Echoes Vol. 1 (CandyRat Records, 2010) (Engineer)
- Joscho Stephan: Live in Concert DVD (Acoustic Music Records, 2007) (Audio mixing, mastering and encoding)