Uli Behringer: Who is He And What Did He Do For Music?

by Joost Nusselder | Updated on:  May 25, 2022

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This German entrepreneur is the founder, CEO and majority shareholder of Behringer International GmbH, one of the largest pro audio companies in the world. He is also the owner of Midas Klark Teknik, Turbosound and TC Group.

Uli Behringer was born in 1961 in Willich, Germany. He began playing the violin at the age of five and later switched to classical guitar. He studied audio engineering at the Robert Schumann Hochschule in Düsseldorf and graduated with honors in 1985.

Who is uli behringer

Behringer started his professional career as a studio engineer and producer, working with some of Germany’s biggest artists. In 1989, he founded Behringer International GmbH in willich, Germany.

Under his leadership, the company has grown to become one of the largest pro audio companies in the world, with a product range that includes mixers, amplifiers, loudspeakers, microphones, DJ equipment and more.

Behringer is also the owner of Midas Klark Teknik, Turbosound and TC Group. In 2015, he was named “Manufacturer of the Year” by the Music & Sound Retailer magazine.

Behringer is a passionate music fan and an avid collector of vintage instruments. He is also a keen supporter of charities that help young people get into music.

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