Francesco Penolazzi


Since '79 in the world of professional-level performance as a sound beginning with The Orchestra Raoul Casadei where he worked for about two years.

Since '82 he started a collaboration lasted about 20 years with Lem Professional Division specializing as monitor engineer, in shooting sound for TV direct to the main national networks RAI and Mediaset and also in shooting and audio broadcasting of many musical genres, from rock to classic, read by orchestras to opera, from the musical theater performances and in television studios.

He has contributed to the automation of sound and attractions "Egypt" and "The Jungle" in the Gardaland amusement park. In 1999, he left Lem Professional Division beginning to collaborate with other realities of the sector by increasing the supply of technical solutions.

Since 2007 and the engineer of the television program "Crozza in Wonderland" for LA7

In 2009 with the Hollywood Service Company posted for the city of Milan a scala Piano in Piazza Duomo transforming the ATM metropolitan scale in a realistic giant piano.

In 2010 he joined thesociety Maestranze Artistiche to give technical support and qualified audio / lights to show agency, rental and theater companies.

From 2014 began a technical collaboration with the American group Nile Rodgers & Chic holding shows around the world and with ' AMY company Contract for the construction of sound and LED lighting systems placed in public areas

He recently contributed to the event Rockin'1000 where they played 1,000 musicians in rock band never performed before in the world, the video has been viewed over 25 million times on YouTube

Francesco Penolazzi usues the DYN-UNI-P48 for bowed instruments amplification in the Live and studio sessions. (even up to 50 elements).

"The Schertler is deffinetly a part of the  Pro Audio world. Useing the Dyn helps you to get the detail of the orchestra and to have so much definition. A tip to the other operators of the sound is to spend more time during and after the application of the pickup. They will need less time in managing the signal. "