|Date of Birth||7 November 1973, Frankfurt am Main, Germany|
|Height||6' 4" (1.93 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Heiko Müller began his work in the film business in the early 1990s. After completing his degree as an audio engineer, he worked on multimedia and commercial projects at first, but soon his interest in sound on film lead him to the field of audio post production. After gaining experience in ADR and foley recording/editing he took the next step and became re-recording mixer and chief sound engineer at a post production facility in Frankfurt/Main. There he worked on various projects, among which were such well-known as "Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition", "Alien Resurrection" and "Independence Day". He was also responsible for the localisations of the pan-European advertising campaigns of "Star Wars Episode 1" and "Titanic". In 2000 he was asked to become head of the sound department of director/producer Michael Bully Herbig's company 'herbX film' (which since 2001 actually had been called 'herbX studios'). He accepted the offer and started focusing on sound design and mixing for major German films for TV and the silver screen. The first project at herbX was Manitou's Shoe (2001), which was supposed to become the most successful German movie of all time... Since 2007 Heiko Müller is CEO and co-owner of Wavefront Studios GmbH, Munich, which is a full-service post production facility that covers all key areas of filmsound and specializes in national and international feature films.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: unknown