Atmospheres of Craft

Sincerely very, very proud of being part of this project. One of the rooms of exhibition, in Palazzo Sturm, Bassano del Grappa, will feature an interactive sound device I conceived for Atmospheres of Craft. Similar to my DzigaLoop, much bigger than it, it will give the visitors the chance of forging sonic environments, blending the landscapes of Dals Långed, Venice, Bornholm, and Bassano del Grappa.

The exhibition marks the launch of Hephaestus, a HorizonEU project. The project seeks to offer a comprehensive view of the relationship between craft, society, business, and technology. Hephaestus recognises that the value of crafts extends beyond the creation of beautiful objects, as it also involves the shaping of the character and identity of a place and culture.

Special thanks to D20 ART LAB, very special thanks to Sergio Marchesini and Raffaella Rivi


I have released today on the project for DzigaLoop, an invented instrument I have been working on for quite a long time and finally found its shape. You can find many details on my pages on or, if you prefer, on GitHub . Before listening to some sounds, let me say that DzigaLoop is completely based on Bela Platform and runs a PureData code. And now, let me introduce DzigaLoop


What an incredible news!
Sound-Way, my proposal, was selected for the Arduino and K-Way project competition.
The call asked to imagine the possibilities generated by integrating advanced AI and sensors into the most iconic jacket of all time.
I imagined a sound.


I’ve been in a stellar bunch of improvisors for the if2022 Festival (Canada). I’ve presented a long video of my solo Stormire, featuring a tapelooper/synth I coded on PureData and packed in Bela platform, a drone app I coded on faustDSP and packed on my mobile phone, Borderlands_granular synth on ipad, and of course my clarinet and my bass clarinet.

International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation explores musical improvisation as a crucial model for political, cultural, & ethical dialogue and action.

Ca’ della Vigna

I’ve presented my book Abbecedario Sonoro and exhibited for a couple of weeks a bunch of sonic installations in the beautiful area of Ca’ della Vigna in Selvazzano (PD).

We are on Bela Blog!

It’s great to see our work featured on Bela blog! Many details about Stramare Sound Machines and other projects on Bela [ HERE ]

Tamburo Lunatico

An embryonic new work : Tamburo Lunatico. It’s a Bela Mini [link] powered, Trill Craft [link] equipped and Pure Data [link] coded instrument, born to be played in a theatrical rendition of Il segreto del bosco vecchio by Dino Buzzati, and now becoming a standalone instrument.

Stramare Sound Machines

I am sincerely proud of what we finally presented in Stramare – Segusino (TV) last week end, after a few months of work and research. And when I say “we” I’m talking about Sergio Marchesini, Vilson Luari and me, as part of D20 Art Lab [link], for La Giusta Distanza Festival, directed by Mirko Artuso.


I finally managed to compile for ZYNTHIAN [link] a synth coded with FAUST [link]. Not to forget how I did it, I thought it could be useful something like a memo. Not exactly a tutorial, since I think these kind of things could be of course done in a more correct way. Just a memo.

Here is the .pdf of ‘The tale of Faust and Zynthian’ [download pdf]