Giorgio Zucco was born in Turin in 1977, graduated in composition, orchestration, electronic music at the Conservatorio “G. Verdi” in Turin, and modern guitar at the CPM of Milan. He attended a course of improvisation with Mark White and Jim Kelly of the Berklee College at Umbria Jazz. An award winning composer in various national competitions, he has carried out research in Csound and published articles in the “Csound Journal.” He works in the field of multimedia making music for commercials, documentaries and short films for RAI and LA7. From 2008 to 2012 he was assistant to support multimedia and computer music at the Conservatorio “G. Verdi” in Turin. In 2011 he was selected by the Venice Biennale to participate in the workshop with Ircam’s Emmanuel Jourdan, Grégoire Lorieux and Yan Maresz. He currently works as a sound designer for Audivation where he has created and released commercially a collection of instrument and effect plugin for Ableton Live, as part of the CsoundForLive project.
in 2013 he published the book "Sintesi digitale del suono" (Zedde editions), with a foreword by Richard Boulanger, for the 2014/2015 is expected to english