Studio Barigozzi

Milano, 1974 • Giancarlo Barigozzi created the “Studio Barigozzi”, inside a very old workshop • Very talented musician, after years of career playing around the world, G. Barigozzi decided to become a producer and sound engineer • In a while the studio gets lots of gigs in pop music and advertising • In 1975 Barigozzi meets Sergio Veschi (Red Records) and Giovanni Bonandrini (Black Saint / Soul Note Records), two important label owner in jazz • A great artistic partnership begins • The Studio Barigozzi remains for over twenty years the top studio in Milan for jazz music • In the 70s and the 80s the biggest artists in jazz business recorded here • Max Roach, Dizzy Gillespie, Tony Scott, Art Blakey, Art Farmer, Lilian Terry, Caterina Valente, Sun Ra, Benny Golson, Bill Frisell, Fred Hersch, Franco Cerri, Paolo Tomelleri, Enrico Intra, Bruno De Filippi, Tiziana Ghiglioni, Roberta Gambarini and many more


Since 1993 Paolo Falascone takes over the recording studio and titled it “Murec Studio” • He deals with recording jazz and other musical genres • He focuses on vintage settings and the workflow was completely analogical, subsequently implemented by digital techs • Falascone continues collaborations with Black Saint, Soul Note, CAM Jazz, Philology, Red Records, Splasc (h) • He has worked with artists such as Phil Woods, Lee Konitz, Jerry Bergonzi, Ed Thygpen, Enrico Rava, Renato Sellani, Gianni Basso, Joey De Francesco, Flavio Boltro, Andrew Cyrille, Paul Bley, Paul Motian, Mark Johnson, Stefano Bollani, Victor Lewis, Franco D’Andrea, Mal Waldron, Giorgio Gaslini, Steve Lacy, Albert Mangelsdorff, Paolo Fresu, Martial Solal, Ares Tavolazzi, Antonio Faraò, Irio De Paula, Leo Smith, Steve Swallow, Gaetano Liguori , Dave Douglas, Fabrizio Bosso, Larry Ochs, Massimo Moriconi, Franco Ambrosetti, George Garzone and many others


This unique location is a very special place for the jazz and Milano musicians’ community considering the stellar recordings made in, starting from jazz, passing through pop music and classical music, since the seventies • The MU74 is now Mitsuhide Music headquarter and we know exactly how thick its history is, and the hundreds of gem made within these walls • We feel very lucky to live daily a so much truthful place with so important historical legacy • As musicians and improvisers (and as owners) we decided to continue the mission, focusing on experimental arts, improvisation, electronics, unconventional ways to create sounds for business, sound design, artists showcases and album recordings for artists we proudly selected • MU74 is a label (Mitsuhide Music Edizioni Musicali) and a birthplace of ideas and aggregation of positive energies • As well is our main position for music production and sync music licensing