Patrick Lemmens was born and raised in the German speaking region in Eastern Belgium and has a background as a classical musician, playing french horn and double bass. After secondary school he studied Sound Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences and the Robert Schumann Conservatory in Düsseldorf, Germany; in 2001 he graduated as one of Germany’s youngest Tonmeisters and immediately started his career at the renowned Galaxy Studios in Belgium as the in-house engineer for classical productions and orchestral recordings. Since the very beginning in 2005, Patrick has been closely involved in the development of the immersive audio format Auro-3D; today he is being considered as an expert in recording and mixing music in all immersive sound formats, not only in the classical domain, but also in electronic music and jazz. Since 2008 he has been specializing in film music and has to this day recorded and/or mixed over 170 sound tracks for movies and TV shows, making him one of Belgium’s most experienced and renowned film music engineers. From 2013 until the end of 2019, Patrick has been functioning as Head of Music Department at Galaxy Studios; in October 2019 he founded High-Score Recording and Mixing Services, which allowed him to open up new perspectives by collaborating with many European scoring stages and recording studios, as well as with the most important symphonic orchestras of Belgium and abroad. His film score mixing facilities, High-Score Studios, are located in Eastern Belgium, in close proximity to Germany and The Netherlands. Patrick is a regular teacher at Abbey Road Institute Amsterdam and gives lectures and workshops about recording and mixing music for film in surround and immersive sound all over Europe.