Federico works at the intersection of music, sound and programming since 2012. When he is not in front of his laptop surrounded by controllers, microphones and cables he teaches music technology courses.
- Verona Italy
Federico's relationship with music began at the age of 12 when he took up playing the guitar. Later he moved to the trumpet and, more recently, he integrated Ableton's Push 2 into his workflow. Studying all these instruments led him to discover and work with many genres and styles of music. In 2012, he graduated in Contemporary Popular Music at the Northumbria University, Newcastle Upon Tyne (UK) and became an educator shortly after. Currently he is the Head of the Music Technology Department at Aloud (https://www.aloudverona.it) where he also teaches one-to-one and group Ableton Live’s classes and he is also an adjunct professor at the University of Udine.
Federico’s lessons cover a broad range of topics: music production (for beginners and experts), music theory, arrangement, creative techniques, mixing and live performance. His courses are always tailored to each and every student’s needs.
In 2018 he also founded the Verona Ableton User Group.
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