Felipe Sanchez Luna

Felipe Sanchez Luna is an audible experience designer.

Felipe is the founder of kling klang klong, an innovation studio for sound, music and interaction. Prior to founding kling klang klong, Felipe spent five years with one of Germany's leading audio agencies. In addition to his work as a sound designer, sound engineer and programmer, Felipe directed and developed sonic experiences for large-scale projects around the world, from the German Pavilion at Shanghai EXPO to Seoul's Hyundai Museum, as well as the award-winning Audio Sound Studio.  

Felipe's career in sound design saw him create sound worlds across multiple film genres, including commercials for over thirteen different car brands. Today, in his work in innovative multichannel, VR and 3D audio experiences, scientific research into sound, and product acoustics, Felipe strives to bring creative coding and affect-driven design to emerging technologies. This goal drove Felipe's efforts as one of the first sound designers to confront the challenges of eMobility and its silent vehicles, working in close cooperation with experts from Audi, Porsche and Volkswagen among others. 

In recent years, Felipe's research practice has expanded beyond eMobility to explore the future of the wider urban soundscape. He is currently investigating critical and cultural questions about the ethical dimensions of sound in future spaces. 


Further

Felipe's speaking engagements to date include keynote presentations about technology in music production and creation, as well as the participation in panels at events at the intersection of art and innovation, such as Most Wanted Music and Changing the Picture conference. This winter Felipe was a speaker at Hybrid Talks, Berlin and at Doom Lleno Festival in Columbia.

kling klang klong are winners of the INTERNATIONAL SOUND AWARDS 2017

Based in Berlin, Felipe is fluent in Spanish, German and English.

Find out more below about Felipe’s workshops on acoustic scenography at Domo Lleno Festival in Bogotá, November 2018.