Fabrizio Vanni is sound-engineer, producer, and owner of The Garage Studio. He has always worked in the music environment, opening his first studio in 1982.
During his career, he had the chance to work with a large number of great Italian artists such as Giorgia, Jovanotti, Massimo Ranieri, Lisa, Angelo Branduardi, Marco Masini, Marlene Kunts, Riccardo Fogli, Negrita, Albano e Romina Power, Maurizio Fabrizio, etc., but even international artists, as Toquinho.
With over 35 years of experience, in 2013 he founded the independent label The Garage, with the aim of discovering and of valorizing new artists.
ALICE VANNI, THE DAUGHTER OF FABRIZIO, GREW UP IN THE ENVIRONMENT OF THE RECORDING STUDIO, OF WHICH SHE HAS ALWAYS BEEN MORE FASCINATED WITH THE PASSING OF THE YEARS.
SHE'S PASSIONATED OF MUSIC, INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, AND SUSTAINABILITY, SPEAKS ENGLISH AND SPANISH FLUENTLY, BUT CAN ALSO COMMUNICATE IN ARABIC, FRENCH AND IN A CHINESE BASIC WAY.
NOW STUDIO MANAGER OF THE STUDIO, SHE MANAGES EVERY BOOKING REQUEST AND ORGANIZES THE WORK.
Marco Romanelli is a recording and mixing studio engineer, specialized at Scuola di Alto Perfezionamento Musicale (APM) in Saluzzo.
He has worked with artists such as Negrita, Fast Animals and Slow Kids, Manitoba, La Notte, Il Pan del Diavolo, Francesco Motta, Francesco Rossi, Pupo, Gnu Quartet, Ruma Tera, Litfiba, etc.
Fabrizio Simoncioni aka "Simoncia" (pronounced see-mon-tchah) is a top Italian recording studio engineer, mixer, musician.
Specialized in rock and pop genre, he has to his credits more than 56 platinum & many gold records awarded along with a "Best Album of the Year" nomination at the XIII Latin Grammy by working with the most popular Italian & Latino American Artists. Among his many studio projects, he worked and/or collaborated with international producers and engineers such as Tom LORD-ALGE (Rolling Stones, Marylin Manson, CrashTest Dummies), Richard "Jack" GUY (Inxs), Ethan ALLEN (Tricky), Michael TACCI (Metallica, Motley Crue, Vasco Rossi), Rick PARASHAR (Pearl Jam, Nickelback), David LEONARD (Prince, Indigo Girls) Scott MATHEWS (Barbra Streisand, Keith Richard, Mariah Carey), Fabrizio BARBACCI (Negrita, Ligabue), Alberto PIRELLI (Litfiba) Ettore GRENCI (Yuridia, Kalimba, Erik Rubín), Kiko CIBRIAN (Luis Miguel, Reik) and many others.
Paolo Alberta is a recording and mixing studio engineer since 1998. He has credits in a large number of indie and major productions' discs. He uses Pro Tools, he's an expert in HDX/HD/Native systems, and other software such as (Apple Logic, etc.). He's an expert user even with SSL 4000/9000, Neve VR, Amek, MCI, etc.
He worked for more than 15 gold and platinum discs, collaborating with Negrita, Ligabue, Emma, Francesco Renga, Il Cile, Roy Paci, Edoardo Bennato, Caponord, Thank You For The Drum Machine, Paolo Benvegnù, La Fame Di Camilla, La Zurda, etc.
Born and raised in Belgium, Award winning engineer Wes "Wesonator" Maebe moved to London to study audio technology in 1998, returning to live here in 2003 and moved to full-time engineering in 2006. Wes has made live recordings of The Kooks, the Buzzcocks and Cat Stevens, amongst others - including distinguished classical pianist Alfred Brendel, Nigel Kennedy and Jean Luc Ponty. He has recorded and mixed for artists like UB40, Carly Simon, Plan B, Arrow Benjamin, Gabrielle Aplin, Marti Pellow, Patricia Kaas, Celine Dion, Elliott Randall, Melanie C, Beverly Knight, Ellie Goulding, One Republic, Praying Mantis, Rock Goddess, Thurston Moore, Mika and New Model Army, and many others. And has worked with many producers like Garth Richardson, Kevin Bacon, Jonathan Quarmby, Nana Rogues, Elliott Randall, Dave Allen, Chris Kimsey, Paul O’Duffy and Rick Nowels.
Clients have described Wes's "sound" like the bridge between old school edgy British engineering and lush American production values. Wes has mastered more than 100 albums over the years for everyone from Sex Pistol Glen Matlock to folk heroes Fairport Convention, punk icons Stiff Little Fingers and post-punk icons New Model Army. Wes is on the Grammy P&E Wing Advisory Board, he’s an MPG member, has done presentations for the AES, NAMM, IMSTA and is a regular reviewer for Mix Magazine U.S., Pro Sound News and Audio Media International magazine.