- Professional musician/producer/audio engineer
The encounter with music occurs very early, when he starts taking piano lessons. However, he shows a stronger interest in guitar. Thus began a journey of discovery in the musical world that will consolidate into a wide knowledge of music. Coming from a jazz education, expanded by arrangement and audio engineering studies, he finally came to the interest in composition and electronic music.
- music professional, music production, music composition
- electronica, downtempo, ambient, soundtracks
- Rome, Italy
I like how the track builds and builds and you add layers upon layers. I do miss a more memorable melody along the way. The underlying synth imitating strings also sound a bit too artificial and dull, at least to my ears ;) But you got a lot of potential! Gonna follow you on Spotify :) Best of luck!
Hey Federico, Thanks for sending this over, and nice to hear some Ambient for a change! My feeling on this particular track is that it ends too early; it appears to be building and developing and going somewhere further and then just stops. I also think you might need to look at the drums as they should really develop as opposed to work as a metronome. It would give it an extra dimension. I also did a bit of digging on your previous material. It would be interesting to use some of the percussion from the jazz material together with these ideas. I'm thinking along these lines: https://open.spotify.com/track/1ZV8dvKLH9kCp2kc1n97n6?si=1vdVr5soQky9ujHrix5UsQ https://open.spotify.com/track/4BR2MAeuOa4Y8SK2ejlt8d?si=epQyONozQ1GA_CKM_oSbgg Alternatively on the extension of idea point I would reference this: https://open.spotify.com/track/2qTMuRCPvytF781pSHFfMf?si=-FB4e-52SnWKPE8-_CoF8w And also some Pete Namlook I think you can take things further (I may have mentioned that) Promoting wise a lot of this can work for tv and ads, but it is also a very saturated area. So your best bet is to build your rep so I would target radio first, and maybe also video accompaniment As you are based in Italy I would also suggest contacting Kumo Records I trust that helps. It would be interesting to hear the new record too