Giuseppe Pisano (b. 1991, Napoli) is an electroacoustic music composer based in Oslo.
His work is broadly concerned with the investigation of space as a compositional tool and the research of narrative possibilities in acousmatic music. Sound, in its phenomenology, contains deep references to personal anecdotes and subjective perceptual elements that can be extracted, objectivized and become the paradigm for a collective experience.
His aesthetic features the use of field recording and extensive processing techniques to emphasize the metaphorical elements of his sonic environments and filter poetic and synesthetic components that constitute the compositional frame in which listening happens.
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Francesco is a sound lover who graduated in electronic music at Conservatorio G.F. Ghedini Cuneo. His work is based on electroacoustic compositions, live performances and sound design for moving images (documentaries and movies).
In his music, he mostly uses digital and analog elaboration of recorded sounds, with the aim to give sound a meaning, paying attention to perception aspects. He is attracted by musique concrète and from the act of recording sounds, played or from the environment.
Francesco is still working to know his different faces of musical identity better. The work is never ending and lot of fun.