Andrea Iannone is passionate about musical production, computer science and basic electronics, and in 2014 he enrolled in the pre-academic course of the Department of Electronic Music of the Saint Louis College of Music in Rome. In 2015 the academic course of Direction and Sound Technology begins. In the summer of 2017 comes the first work experiences as a study technician, such as the assistance of the teacher Federica Zammarchi, for the arrangement course of the Summer Camp of the Saint Louis College of Music.

In the autumn of the same year, he participated in the production of the first two singles of the Romanian band “Il Piano di Sopra” as a recording, mixing and mastering vocalist.. In 2018 the band’s first EP, “Who Would Ever Say It”, was released, in which he played the role of co-producer, as well as recording and mixing the songs in the EP.

In September 2018, he obtained his first-level academic diploma and began, in the following months, to collaborate with the Saint Louis College of Music as a phonographer for the arrangement studio courses.

From September to December 2018 he is a resident phonist at the Teatro Arciliuto in Rome where he has the opportunity to work with artists such as Mariella Nava, Grazia di Michele and Nora Orlandi.. From December 2018 he began to take care of the recording and message of the album “Rock Italiano Originale” by R.It.O. which will be published later in 2019.

Andrea Iannone in January 2019 becomes a resident and starts managing the recording studio Synthesìa in Rome. During the first two years in this studio, he engaged, among other works, in the recording, mixing and mastering of the album “Canzoni Scardellate” by Secchielli Per Sabbia, the EP “Ballad Of A Daydreamer” by Bvrden and the first EP by Domino.

Andrea Iannone

Andrea Iannone
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