Roberto Prado

Mystical Harmonies: Journeying Through Film Composer and Sound Designer Roberto Prado’s Ethereal Domain!

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Just American News proudly presents a dazzling talent today, giving center stage to an artist and his breathtaking work! Dive into the sonic depths of Brazilian Film Composer and Sound Designer Roberto Prado’s single, ‘Láscar’, a testament to creativity and passion in every note! The single is a captivating blend of sounds that promises to rivet listeners. This musical odyssey offers an unprecedented journey, thanks in large part to its ambient vibe that can only be described as spellbinding. Indeed, the track lures listeners into a sanctuary of their own imagination, where anything seems possible. The seamless transitions highlight Roberto’s exceptional artistic prowess. The surreal sounds interspersed throughout the single evoke profound emotions, further amplifying the unique experience. Roberto masterfully intertwines experimental synths, and elements of unconventional overtones, ensuring the track stands out as distinct and memorable. Dive into this auditory wonder on Spotify.

Roberto Prado’s music transcends the ordinary, taking listeners on an otherworldly journey of sound and emotion. Each track offers a window into a universe uniquely his own. Don’t just listen—immerse yourself in his artistry and let your senses bask in its ethereal magic. A voyage with his tunes is one you won’t forget; dive in and explore.

About the artist: Roberto’s compositions have graced the stages of Vienna. Notably, his piece ‘Sinfonietta’ for string orchestra earned a spot on Ablaze’s Record ‘Orchestral Master’ album. He currently lives in Los Angeles and works as an additional writer to Emmy-nominated composer Michael Kramer for shows like “The Ghost & Molly McGee” on Disney+, “A Tale Dark & Grimm” on Netflix and many more!

Stream his discography on Spotify now!


Cover Image Photo: Lorenzo Scavone

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