The winning Sud Ovest Records works with audio-recording, music, radio and TV production and has proven itself to be the ideal partner to provide musicians and producers with the best technique and art.

Forty years of experience in the music field, an Oscar won realizing the soundtrack of the movie ‘Il postino’ composed by Luis Bacalov and a Golden Globe for that of ‘Nomad’ by Carlo Siliotto. The winning Sud Ovest Records works with audio-recording, music, radio and TV production and has proven itself to be the ideal partner to provide musicians and producers with the best technique and art. The record company with its staff follows carefully all phases in order to guarantee the success of a musical project. The qualified know-how of Sud Ovest Records spans from classical music to soundtracks to record production. The work with the orchestra, the synchronization of music and video, the realization of playbacks, the electronic rhythms, the production and the final mixing are the core of the staff’s attentions focused to maintain integral and bring out the quality of the music. The characteristic awareness matured towards the realization of soundtracks pushes the company to look for the best musicians and soloists to please the composers. For economic and artistic reasons Sud Ovest Records is based in Sofia, Bulgaria, where since 1992 realized more than 300 projects. Taking advantage of the agreement secured in 2013 with the Bulgarina National Radio and its symphony orchestra, among the most appreciated in Europe, counts on the artistic ability of 95 elements, and a choir of 80 plus the children’s choir, a spacious auditorium, technically advanced, to carry out recordings. A prestigious joint venture, reliable for all those addressing the Roman company that collaborated with Luis Bacalov, Ennio Morricone, Salio Riccardi, Pino Donaggio, Nicola Piovani. The last one is the author of the musics of “In arte Nino”, dealing with the beginnings of Manfredi’s career, a film directed by the son Luca, written and interpreted by Elio Germano and presented this year at the 10th edition of the Roma Fiction Fest . Among recent commitments: Donaggio’s soundtrack for the comedy ‘Mare di grano’, depicting the friendship between three kids and shot in Val d’Orcia, or the forthcoming recording of the musical score for ‘La chiamavano Myriam’ directed by Terence Hill.

 



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