Lorenzo's career has included composing theme music, library music, jingles and soundtracks for a wide range of clients in over 20 countries. His Zaragoza studio sees him working on projects from composition through to entire productions of audio-visual projects.
With a heavy workload, Lorenzo wanted a system that would be intuitive, seamless and ensure that he could concentrate solely on music creation and production, rather than having to think about the technical side of the process.
Having looked at different options Lorenzo chose Nuage, which defines new standards of quality and workflow efficiency for virtually every aspect of the production process. Seamlessly integrating Steinberg Nuendo DAW software with Yamaha control and interface hardware, it offers unprecedented productivity and flexibility as well as premium audio quality.
Raúl Marín, director of CSS Audiovisual Technology in Madrid, oversaw the studio's refurbishment, as well as the design and installation of the Nuage system.
Now that Lorenzo has had some time to work in the refurbished studio with Nuage, he is very happy with his choice.
"Nuage satisfies every composer and producer's dream of having seamless integration between hardware and software in a smooth, fast to operate system," he says.
"I have a long history with Steinberg recording software - I've been a Cubase user ever since its very first Atari version back in 1989. The combination of Nuendo and Yamaha hardware has made this system exceed every expectation of usability and productivity, which ultimately leads to genuine enjoyment when working. I have found Nuage to be literally addictive and give the Yamaha/Steinberg team an unequivocal 10 out of 10."