Anders Uggelberg is a founding partner in Procella Audio and he is responsible for product development and production. The loudspeakers Anders has developed for Procella are very much the result of a career focused on achieving perfect image and sound in rooms large and small, whether they are cinemas, recording studios, post production sound stages or home theatres. In fact, Finnkino, the largest cinema operator in northern Europe, currently uses Anders Uggelberg-designed cinema loudspeakers in over 150 screens in Scandinavia and the Baltics. Finnkino has a genuine interest in advancing both the visual and audio quality of their film presentations, and backs that up by making greater investments in technology. Their AS2 sound system installations are noteworthy in that the screen channel speakers are located above a solid screen, rather than behind a perforated screen.
Anders studied mathematics, physics and architectural acoustics at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and Industrial Design at the Swedish Institute of Arts and Crafts. In 1978, Anders co-founded A&T Ljudproduktion AB in Stockholm and as a consultant to the exhibitors in Scandinavia, he was responsible for the projection and sound design of over 300 screens and several mix studios built during the eighties and nineties. In 1990, Anders was among the very first group of cinema designers and audio engineers from Europe to graduate from THX training with Tomlinson Holman. Anders introduced the THX concept to Scandinavian exhibitors and to date holds responsibility for over 100 THX certified premier run theatres and mix rooms.
In 1998 Anders joined DTS as the director of cinema products for DTS Cinema division in Europe, in which capacity he was responsible for technical support, service, and product development of all DTS cinema products. In 2005 Anders left DTS and in 2006 he co-founded Procella Audio Ltd together with Gerben Van Duyl. Anders is a board member of the ICTA (International Cinema Technology Association) since 1997, a published member of AES (Audio Engineering Society) and a member of the SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers) since 1980. Anders lives in Stockholm, Sweden.