I've started playing drums at the age of 16. I've played into different bands, and recorded many independent EPs. At the age of 21 i've started my formation as audio engineer. In recent years i've build up my home studio, and produced many artists in the rock and Alternative scene. I've never quit composing my own songs, and my last project is called Habaneko
Music is freedom, it's our self-proclaim of existence. It gives me the chance of expressing my own self through vibes and rhythms
Pay the bills with my music.
I don't think to be able to accomplish stuff like that, but maybe this world would be better without people who puts Parmigiano on Spaghetti con le vongole.
Smoke on the water
Radiohead, Rhye, Alt-J
The need of expressing my own feelings. It starts from experiences and moods of the day. Sometimes it all starts when i learn something new. Producing often is not a matter of playing but a matter of listening.
It's not a real message. I just want to SHARE my vision and my experiences, there's not a supreme will behind it.
It's funny at the beginning, because sometimes i'm worried about the technical execution of the band or the audio in the hall, but later on i enjoy everything deeply. It's really rewarding.
Quality has dropped critically, because even with the technical improvements in audio section, everyone now think to be able to record theirself with practically no understanding of acoustic at all. Home studio is something good, but learning what music production is about is better.
It's early to say but, it's a different way to share music. Interesting at the end.
Ignorance and globalization of the listeners
Not so much. I prefer listening to new songs on streaming than going to festivals where the only thing that matters is booze.
Humble and the ability to go over the boundaries of personal tastes. When there's that kind of approach, it's only a matter of promotion.
Habaneko for sure.