R. Curt Wittig - Music Audio Engineer and Producer
Curt Wittig was world renowned in the music circles and received several music recording industry awards and honors, including nomination for a Grammy for his Engineering of a Classical Music Album, and receiving the Cine Golden Eagle Award for his soundtrack of African traditional music. His works are housed in such places as the Smith Performing Arts Library at the University of Maryland, Rhodes University Museum in Grahamstown, South Africa, the Smithsonian's Museum of Natural History, and countless others.
Following graduation from the Gilman School in Baltimore, MD, Curt began to nurture his love for classical music, and utilize his uniquely keen listening skills (e.g. perfect pitch) in developing his own music recording and production business, Off-Planet Digital Productions. Curt Wittig, became world renowned for his quality stereo and sound recording, editing, mixing and mastering; audio restorations and small batch CD-Replicatrions.
R. Curt Wittig, age 71, died August 2, 2011 at his home in Potomac, MD. Before living in Potomac, he lived in Washington, DC from 1962-2002. Curt was born in Bridgeport, CN, on April 11, 1940 to the late Ralph L. and Anne Holt Wittig. He is survived by his wife Jean Godfrey Wittig of Washington, DC.
Surviving besides his wife are two children, Kathryn wife of John Gressang of Vienna, VA, and her twin brother, Christopher and his companion Lauren Boland of Indianapolis, IN; and a brother Keith E. Wittig and his life partner John Rintz of Strasburg, PA.
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