Prof. Ingo Kock

Professor of Sound Design / Sound (BA) / Sound for Picture (MA)

Between 1972 and 1976, Ingo Kock studied Information Technology and Theory of Electrical Engineering at Technische Hochschule Ilmenau. Following his graduation with a Diplom degree, he worked in the department of sound engineering of DEFA's feature film studios in Babelsberg as a technologist and Tonmeister. In 1994, Kock was appointed professor of Sound Design at HFF Konrad Wolf. He has been dean of the Sound program ever since.  


Sound design

Areas of Teaching

Fundamentals of sound design, recording studio technology, sound concepts and film analysis, exemplary sound concepts, artistic project work, fundamentals of media technology


  • Book: "Tonkunst – Filmkunst und Sound Design"; various articles in journals about speech intelligibility in television

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