Experimental Studios stems from the need of Riccardo Mazza to have a space to create and produce any kind of musical experimentation able to combine electronic and visual music.
In the early '90s he made his first album in the United States with the band "Imagine", carrying out all the production by himself at Chick Corea's Mad Hatter Studio in Los Angeles.
Returned to Italy, he began a long career as sound engineer and producer of many house music albums for the music label Synthetic, product specialist with Midi Music in Turin, arranger and sound designer / producer of pop and electronic music.
Riccardo created the Renaissance FX Dolby Surround encoded library, the world's first collection of sound effects for film and television made in spatialised Dolby Surround, and he created SoundBuilder, the first software capable of adding a soundtrack to video, conceived for the creation of input in surround.
Experimenter and researcher of new technologies and sound expressions since the 90s, in 2001 he founded the Interactive Sound studio in Turin, a visual and sound research laboratory focused on the artistic design of exhibitions and multimedia pathways with strong emotional impact, which develops through the creation of interactive immersive video environments.