Jan 30, 2013, 12:17

Location: Parma,Italy

Member since: November 8, 2012

Tracks in portfolio on MusicRevolution.com: 40 



Matteo Bosi of Alchemy Studio is an independent musician and composer. Bosi and Alchemy Studio cover a range of different genres of music, from rock to ambient to children’s lullabies. The feelings and moods expressed by Alchemy Studio’s music vary from romance and love to epic fantasy, from thriller and horror, to hope and joy.

Some Questions We Asked Matteo:

1. Matteo’s Favorite Track:

“Romantic Rock Solo Guitar 2”


I wrote this song when I fell in love with my girlfriend. Fortunately, she really liked it and we are still together now!

2. Primary instrument?

Guitar, but I can also play basic keyboard, some flute and I taught myself to play some ethnic instruments such as the Chinese erhu and sitar.

3. Favorite music-making piece of gear or software you currently use?

I use Sonar 8.5 with Native Instruments Komplete 8. This is my starting point. I also enjoy using Garritan Personal Orchestra. But usually my favorite music-making gear is the guitar or a simple piano improvisation, to follow my thoughts.

4. Piece of gear or software you wish you owned?

Spectrasonic Omnisphere!

5. Film score or song you admire? Why?

Lord of the Rings and Conan the Barbarian soundtracks. Full of epicness and I always enjoy fantasy soundtracks!

6. Music education background?

I started studying music in elementary school and in my teenage years I began playing the guitar and discovered heavy metal, my passion. However, I like a lot of different music, from soundtrack to classical to contemporary and experimental. I studied guitar and have basic composition training. Anyway I consider myself a “self-taught” musician.

I am also able to play several other instruments (although I’m not a master of any of them!), from keyboards to flutes. I also own a large collection of ethnic instruments that I bought around the world, including an Indian sitar, Chinese violin (erhu) and harp (guzheng), Turkish saz and many more. I think I have more than 20 ethnic instruments!

7. Most embarrassing music-related moment?

Any kind of improvisation with other people! 🙂 I’m not very good at improvising!

8. If you had a time machine and could record or perform once with any artist, who would it be?

Going back in time, I would like to know Beethoven. I would never perform with him but I would just love to listen to him playing the piano while he wrote his masterpieces.

9. Moment you first knew you would be a musician?

When I discovered the possibility to record myself with the PC, I think in 1998-1999.

10. Advice you would give to a younger family member interested in a music career?

Just play music for the sake of playing music, and always follow your heart and passion. If you don’t put your feelings in the music you play you will never be able to “say” anything!

11. Five songs or albums you’d take with you to a desert island?

Dream Theater – Images and words, Beethoven IX Symphony, Rhapsody – Legendary Tales, Led Zeppelin IV, Steve Vai Passion and Warfare

12. If you could master another instrument, what would it be?

Definitely Piano!

13. Favorite time of day to work in your studio?

Evening or weekend… when I have some spare time!

We thank Matteo for sharing some of his musical background with us and for contributing Alchemy Studio’s tracks to MusicRevolution.com, the Production Music Marketplace. The next time you need royalty-free romantic music or royalty-free sentimental music for a project, check out Alchemy Studio’s tracks on MusicRevolution.com.


Chris Cardell is the co-founder of MusicRevolution.com https://www.musicrevolution.com,a production music marketplace with over 21,000 tracks online where media producers, video producers, filmmakers, game developers, advertisers, businesses and other music buyers can license high-quality, affordable royalty-free music and custom music from a online community of professional musicians. Cardell has been involved with digital content and E-Commerce since the mid-1990’s.

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