|HISTORY ABOUT MINISTI
Ministi was founded in 1983 by Stig Sparre Ulrich, Niels Arnt Torp (Niller) and Michael Christensen.
1989: Established post facilities at “Schiller-Huset” in Copenhagen, including multi track machines, speak box, editing suites, etc.
1991: Purchased our first digital workstation, a Waveframe. In 1993 we bought our first Avid Audiovision, and soon after, another one.
1997: Moved from Nannasgade to Rentemestervej, where we established seven sound editing suites, one large foley stage and a sync suite.
1999: Michael left Ministi, rendering Niels and Stig sole owners. Same year, we in cooperation with Nordik Film established the mix stage on the Nordisk Film lot.
2001: All Audiovision workstations are replaced by Pro Tools.
2005: Claus Lynge and Martin Saabye are welcomed as co-owners. In connection with the privatization of Det Danske Filmstudie in Lyngby, Ministi acquires the sound department, including 4 sound edit suites and a mix stage.
2007: Stig Sparre Ulrich decided to leave the company.
2008: Ministi moved away from Rentemestervej and built new studios in Copenhagens meat packing district.
2009: in January, Niels Arnt Torp suddenly passed away. Ministi is now run by Martin Saabye and Claus Lynge, currently working with a select team of Denmarks best sound engineers on a freelance basis. This gives the flexibility to provide our clients with the best possible solution for a production of any size.