Francesco de Dominicis is a student at dBs Music Berlin who is approaching the end of his 3-year study program in sound engineering and music production. Keeping one eye on his graduation finals and the other on the music business jungle that awaits him out of the door, Francesco shares the growing interest of the younger generation for the means and terms of post production. To understand how things have changed, where they are going and what the expectations in this area of the industry are, Francesco decided to interview Alberto Rizzo Schettino, eclectic pianist, synth head and audio engineer from Florence, Italy, who after being raised and adopted by the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, CA, moved back to Italy and among other things opened his very own Fuseroom Studio, in 2007. Today, led by him and his wife Valeria, the studio opened its doors in beautiful Berlin where it is bigger, cooler, and more interesting than ever. With the constant struggle of studios in this business today, what made Fuseroom go against the trends and expand instead of deflate? Let's try and get a glimpse at the secret recipe.
February 28th, 2016