- Roberto Attanasio
Hello. I'm a pianist, composer and sound engineer based in Rome. I remember the first time I got close to the world of music, listening my father's vinyls with his turntable. During my childhood I was very shy but I always had the dream to be a musician and play my music on stages. When I was thirteen I started producing music with my computer, passing through many genres like progressive house music. I was fascinated by how you can manipulate the sound with equalizers, compressors and new digital technologies. The first time I touched my little midi keyboard I tried to compose a little track without knowing anything about the instrument. In that moment I saw the piano as the only way to express myself and I started my music studies.
Thanks for sending this beautiful piece my way. I’m now a new fan and very much appreciate your sound. The quality of the recording itself is wonderful as well. Crystalline and well-balanced. I’ll certainly be sharing it out on my social, blog, and including your work in my playlists/mixes. For the playlists, would it be possible for you to send a 320 mp3 copy to music@awakingdreamer? I envision your work being central to this piano / electronica series (https://8tracks.com/awakingdream/a-d-r-i-f-t) and also the sleep series like this one (https://8tracks.com/awakingdream/collections/slip-into-dreams). Please don’t hesitate to send more releases anytime to that same address as well. I’ve queued up the rest of the album and will certainly be following you from here on out. Bravo!
What a lovely piano piece! It reminds of the score to The Truman Show and Goodbye Lenin. Minimal but still melodic and emotional. Will add the track to my Best of October playlist on soundcloud as well as my best of 2017 playlist on Spotify. Would love to receive the whole album. Best regards Søren
Beautiful! Very minimalist and melodic at the same time. Also I love the intimate sound you've created with the mic so close to the piano. In the beginning I thought the piece was going to be a bit predictable but I was happy to learn that it wasn't. I think it flows very organically and I like the way you seamlessly take the melody to new directions. I have had added it to my "Best of" playlist for october. Looking forward to listening to the whole album once it's released :) Cheers Soren