(1997 – 2006)
In 1997 Marco founds the New Sound Revolution Studio in Rome. As a sound designer and producer, he works with most of the musicians involved in the electronic, new wave, electro, techno and chill out/ ambient roman scene.
He is the founder and leader of both bands Ixtintiva and klaustrofobia, playing at Palladium, Circolo degli Artisti, PalaEur (now PalaLottomatica), BlackOut, Cube, Velvet.
In Delta Studio in Rome Marco has the chance to meet and support some of the greatest italian artists of the time such as Metamorfosi, Alunni del Sole, Edoardo Vianello, Franco Califano and Syria. He records for Coro del Lazio and produces the band Stati Bradi, being the finalist in the TIM Tour in Palermo.
In 2002 Marco writes a song for Augusto Enriquez with Pavarotti&Friends and many songs for Kevin Stea, the famous Madonna ex-dancer. He’s the author of Susy Pintus’ medley going on air for RAI 1 “UnoMattina” and CANALE 5 “Buona Domenica”. He’s in charge of restoring some of the most precious and unique first vinyl recording of the famous singer Lucio Battisti, commissioned by the artist’s uncle Lello Santori.
Marco is Curator for “Annabetz” live concert in Rome at Sistina. He composes the soundtrack for “Alma”, a movie by Massimiliano Dau, and the spot “The HEAT: the challenge” by Anicaflash.
Together with Gianfranco Coletta, Marco writes the theme song for the exhibition “Angelita for Peace” under the Patronage of the City of Anzio as well as the hymn of the Italian A League basket team Enechem.
Marco is invited Lecturer for Sound and Applied Technologies by the University of Rome La Sapienza at “MusicArte”: an experiential workshop conducted by Massimo Attardi and Marco Tamburro for the Museum of Contemporary Arts MACRO.
He expresses his passion for visual arts by designing sounds for contemporary exhibitions. Marco makes the sound design for the painter Carlo Forti’s “Cristalli liquidi” at L’Aquila Town Hall and “Volare” at Rome Ciampino Airport under the Patronage of Provincia di Roma and Regione Lazio.