electroacustic, ambient, experimental ||
What is electronic music? what is music? For 51beats music is emotion, and our 17th release is an emotional explosion. In “What remains in a breath”, synthesis crosses acoustic naturally, and the electronic experience is really pushed forward. The trumpet is driving Massimo’s compositions at the most introspective and deep side of music, sounds travel into space naturally and the listener is projected toward an incredible, intelligent and relaxing experience. This album sounds ambient, Mediterranean and Nordic, maybe jazz. In “What remains in a breath”, Massimo Berizzi shows up with important collaborations with Gigi Masin, Mirco Salvadori, Giuseppe Frippi, Massimo Amato, Gregorio Rucco, and Gianpaolo Diacci (Halo XVI).
1.What remains in a breath by Berizzi
2.Max’ tune by Rucco – Berizzi
3.Under the sun by Berizzi
4.A fixed frame by Amato – Berizzi
5.Loop n.16 by Frippi – Berizzi
6.Il suono …forse by Masin – Berizzi – Salvadori
7.Silent clouds by Berizzi
8.Now by Berizzi
9.Exit by Berizzi – Diacci
Massimo Berizzi: trumpet, Korg synth, and effects
Gigi Masin (Venice, IT): tape loops electronics in “IL SUONO ..FORSE”
Mirco (micromix) Salvadori (Venice, IT): voice and lyrics in “IL SUONO ..FORSE”
Giuseppe Frippi (San Paolo, Brazil): electric guitar in “LOOP N.16”
Massimo (mono-drone) Amato (Rome, IT): synthesizer in “A FIXED FRAME”
Gregorio Rucco (Lecce, IT): programming electronics in “MAX’ TUNE”
Gianpaolo (Halo XVI) Diacci (Venice, IT): electric guitar in “EXIT”
“What remains in a breath” is a little jewel for all the people following and supporting the netaudio scene, thank you Massimo.
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Massimo Berizzi’s artistic background is built from his passion for the 70s rock, blues, and electric jazz, and gradually influenced by the electronic and experimental jazz scene of the last years. Massimo’s works are a natural mix of different sounds, melodies, and distortions apparently having nothing in common. In his compositions, Massimo uses classical instruments such as trumpet, piano, and guitar to emphasize the electronic atmospheres in a way that is incredibly innovative. The Berizzi’s way of creating, mixing, and multiplying acoustic sounds with synthesis pushes electronic music toward new and advanced horizons.