Music Composer & Mix engineer


Music for tv spot

Soundtracks For Movies

Soundtracks For Videogames



Fabio Carbotta developed an interest in music at a young age as a classical guitarist, studying under Maestro Mario Gullo (a student of R. Chiesa) at the Music Institute of Rivoli.

He studied electric guitar with Maestros Alessandro Mosca, Luca Milieri and Alessandro Veraudo (at the G. Verdi Conservatory in Turin), and began piano studies under Maestro Diego Sabre (at the A. Vivaldi Conservatory in Alessandria).

He deepened his harmonic and compositional knowledge by studying with Maestros Giuseppe Elos and Alessandro Ravera (at the G. Verdi Conservatory in Turin).

In 2009, he founded the group The Cyon Project, a Melodic Death Metal/Hard Rock-Stoner group, as a guitarist and composer, with whom he recorded the singles Gears and React.

In 2014, the album “Tales of Pain” was released on Pavement Entertainment (a label from Chicago, Illinois, known for bands like Soil and Puddle of Mudd), distributed physically and digitally by PHD and Sony.

In 2010, he qualified as a sound technician at Password Studio in Turin under Gigi Venuti.

Since 2012, he has worked as a freelance composer, sound designer, and sound technician at Kuromori Studio – Audio & Video Company.

In early 2015, he composed soundtracks for the video games “Compilator” and “Possibility,” receiving significant recognition at the Global Game Jam Esch/Belval (Luxembourg) and the Global Game Jam in Turin (“Best European Game” and “Second Place Team”).

In collaboration with “GTT – Gruppo Torinese Trasporti” and “La Bottega Scs Onlus,” he created the soundtrack for three commercials that were broadcast on the screens in the subway stations in Turin in 2017.

He currently works closely with director Antonio D’Aquila: in 2018 and 2019, he created the soundtrack and sound design for the short films “Le Porte” and “Un Fiore dalla Polvere” which premiered at the Cinema Lux in Turin before embarking on a long festival run under Premiere Film distribution.

In 2021, “Mantis Religiosa” was released and distributed by Emera Film, premiering at the Ravenna Nightmare Film Festival before being released on the streaming platform Chili. In 2022, he began work on a documentary on the topic of mental health, for which he is responsible for the soundtrack.