About Matteo MilaniSound designer | Unidentified Sound Object | Italy
Over the last 20 years, my creative background in different disciplines of sound – from advertising for television and radio to cinema and mobile applications – has led me to an openness to a variety of ideas and sound styles.
I collaborated successfully with Italian and European directors, working on hundreds of TV and radio spots, developing a deep sense of storytelling.
I worked as a sound designer and re-recording mixer on several documentaries and feature films, such as “Rosso Fango” – a short war movie which won the “David di Donatello” prize in 2003 and “Yuri Esposito”, screened at the 70th Venice International Film Festival.
I wrote for renowned italian audio magazines and built an international sound community in the blog “Unidentified Sound Object”.
In addition to producing and delivering innovative sound effects libraries, I compose music for audiovisuals and develop surround-sound for multimedia installations and live events.