Lucio Stoppello is a sound, mixing, audio and video engineer with 30 years of experience recording content for radio, television and advertising. Author, musician and composer. Discographic producer. Photographer. Plastic artist, draftsman, designer and digital artist.
Lucio V has created soundscapes, sound effects, SFX, foley, soundtracks, teaser and trailers, scoring for series and movies. Soundtrack arrangements on the WestWorld and Bridgerton series, featuring pieces recorded by Spitfire Studios, with their Symphony Orchestra and BBC London Symphony Orchestra. Products created with the best composers and performers in the world, at Air Studios, Abbey Road or SA Recordings.
Member of the Association of Sound Engineers. Since 2012 Mixing with the Masters: Michael Brauer, Eddie Kramer, Tony Maserati, Joe Chiccarelli, Hans Zimmer, Ed Cherney, Sylvia Massy, Steve Albini, Manny Marroquín, Jack Joseph Puig, Greg Wells, Timbaland, Larry Klein, John Powell , Jack Antonoff, Bob ClearMountain, Rafa Sardina, Finneas O'Connell, John Greenham, Al Schmitt, Andrew Scheps, Chris Lord-Alge, Andy Wallace, Alan Parsons, and Alan Meyerson.
His most recent intervention in graphic content and digital art (banners, flyers, posters) for Warner Pictures' "Black Adam" (2022) with Dwayne Johnson, Pierce Brosnan and a stellar cast.
Before, he intervened pieces of "The Dark Tower" (2017) with a soundtrack by Junkie XL. Soundtrack arrangements, music, lyrics and SFX for Bleeding Fingers on a master piece by Hans Zimmer "Destiny's Door" (2012).
He attended the international film festivals in Berlin, CANNES, Biennale Cinema di Venezia, San Sebastián, the Golden Globes and Academy Awards ceremony in 2017 and 2018. In 2020 and 2021 he participated via zoom and stream in these events.
In film and production he has had master classes from directors such as Martin Scorsese, Ron Howard, Spike Lee or Judd Apatow, Jodie Foster and several master classes with Werner Herzog. At Cannes 2017 he attended a masterclass with Clint Eastwood. The same year he met the maestro Ennio Morricone at the 59th Grammy Awards. Cinema legends, such as the great Alessandro Alessandroni great teacher who composed more than 40 legendary movie soundtracks and countless archival works.