Taketo Gohara

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Taketo Gohara is a producer / sound designer[1] who has collaborated with numerous Italian artists and composers such as Vinicio Capossela, Banda Osiris, Brunori Sas, Mauro Pagani, Francesco Cerasi and Cesare Picco along with rock artists - Edda, Pier Paolo Capovilla, Lombroso, Marta Sui Tubi, Ministri, Mokadelic, Negramaro, Tempi Duri, Verdena,etc.

Specializing in music for movies in surround sound, he has mixed "Primo Amore" by Matteo Garrone winner of Silver Bear as the best soundtrack composed by Banda Osiris for the Berlin Film Festival. As a composer, Gohara wrote the score for the cult film " Il vangelo secondo precario" directed by Obino.

In an Ambient and Contemporary Music setting, he has performed live with D. Rad (producer of Almamegretta) and Cesare Picco in various contemporary music and art festivals.


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tra viaggio, fato e mare. Capossela a Ischia per registrare il nuovo album". Corriere dello Sport (in Italian). October 30, 2010. Retrieved 27 July 2011. 

External links[edit]

Discography http://www.allmusic.com/artist/taketo-gohara-p564196/credits

Movies http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4006798/

Links http://www.taketogohara.com/Welcome.html