Recording Studio

I personally take care of all my projects, from the arrangement to the final realization. I mostly work in Italy, Sweden and London.

My Recording Studio

When working in Italy I use most of the time my own studio which I have built and developed over the years and where I have an extensive range of equipment which I can also use when working for UK artists through my online music production service.

When in London, I normally work in a recording studio in Islington, very close to Old Street. This studio provides an extensive range of technical equipment as well as lots of music instruments, including a real piano, fender Rhodes, analogue synth and vintage music instruments.

Offering a great studio to the artists I work with is an important part of my job as this will help create the right environment to find and shape the right style and sound for each band or singer.

From my end, working in a good recording studio is obviously important, however my priority is to obtain a specific sound for a mix and thanks to my professional network I have the opportunity to work in other studios where I can find the specific technology and resources I need at any given time.


Recording Studio equipment

Technical equipment

Systems:
Pro Tools, Logic Audio Pro, Cubase

Converters:
Apogee AD 8000, Linx Audio Aurora 16-VT, Tascam DA 88, RME Fireface 800

Mixer:
Allen & Heat GS3V 64 Channels

Monitor:
Audes Studio, NS10M with Sub Yamaha, Adam A5X

Pre, Compressors , Synth & Expander:

  • Tube-Tech CL1B compressor
  • Drawmer 1960 pre/compressor
  • API 512C pre
  • TL Audio Ivory 2 4 Pre
  • LA Audio CX2 Compressor
  • Vestakaza dig 412 Delay
  • Lexicon PCM 91
  • Lexicon LXP-15
  • Motu 2408 digital Patchbay
  • Soundcraftsmen Pre/Eq
  • Nakamichi 1000
  • Roland jv1080
  • Emu Virtuoso 2000
  • Alesis DM5
  • Emu Procussion
  • Roland MDC 10
  • Akay S 3000 XL
  • Emu Morpheus
  • Hammond XM-2
  • Roland JP8000
  • Korg Wavestation
  • Generalmusic Promega 3
  • Roland JD 990
  • Emu Vintage Keys
  • Korg M3R
  • Emu E-64
  • Generalmusic S3
  • Teac GE20 Eq

"Top Studio"- Recording Studio

Technical Equipment

System:
Pro Tools HD3 - 64 in / 64 out

Converter:
Apogee AD8000, Digidesign 192

Mixer:
D&R Merlin Analog Mixer with  recall Pro Tools (96 fader with 104 line input Eq.)

Recorder:

  • Studer Analog A 810 - 2 analog track tape (1/4’’ e 1/2’’)
  • Mitsubishi X 880 - 32 digital track tape with Apogee Converters
  • Studer MK II 24 Analog Track Tape

Monitor:
Genelec 1025A Triamp, Audes Studio, Mackie HR 824, Yamaha NS 10 M

Outboard:

  • Lexicon 480 L
  • Lexicon PCM 90
  • Tube-Tech compressor CL1-B
  • 2 x TC Electronic M5000
  • Studer D19 Pre Mic Valve
  • Sony R7
  • Klark Teknik DN-780
  • Yamaha SPX990 -
  • AKG BX 20
  • SPL Vitalizer
  • Eventide H3000 D-SX
  • Valley Compressor 610
  • Ashly SG35E
  • Audio Digital TC-2
  • DBX 165-A
  • DBX 1046
  • DBX 902
  • 4 x DBX 904
  • 2 x Digitech Eq28/Eq 16
  • 2 x Valley Gain Brain
  • 7 x Valley Kepex 2
  • Drawmer 1960 Vacuum tube
  • Drawmer DL 251
  • 2 x Roland R-880
  • 2 x Urei LA-4
  • Orban 536-A
  • Lexicon Jam
  • 2 x Valley Maxi Q
  • 2 x Drawmer DS-201
  • 3 x Pre Mic Valve TL-A
  • Aphex Exiter tipo 3°

Microphone:

  •  Neumann
  • Shoeps
  • Bruel & Kyaer
  • Sennheiser
  • Calrec
  • AKG
  • Shure
  • Cad
  • Crown PZM