“L'Amor Mio Non Die - Sala D'Incisione” was born in 2015 from an idea of Roberto
Villa and Alberto Bazzoli; the room is equipped with several tape recorders and
vintage instrumentation, mostly made in Italy and born from the need to reverse e
give an alternative to today's standard of recording techniques e
It all starts with the Studer A80 8-track recorder. The philosophy and way of working is
imposed by the reduced number of tracks which leads to greater attention
to the arrangement and to avoid postponing the various artistic choices to the future.
Over the years the equipment is implemented and with it the possibilities increase,
however, the approach remains essential and completely at the service of
music and sound.
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