Roberto Condorelli

Catania, CT, Italia

Roberto Condorelli was born many years ago, perhaps too many, in Italy in Catania (Sicily) he began his approach with the world of radio in 1975 at just 19 years old broadcasting in the best radio in the city (Radio Catania International), until 1983. Ha broadcast on the best radios of that era and at the same time enjoyed working in discos until 1986 at McIntosh, where he enjoyed putting music and filling the dance floor using three Technics MkII 1200s.
In 1979 he discovered the technique of cutting ribbon reels inspired by a pirated record <Happy Margo - Flower power> which was the first megamix on vinyl mixed with a constant base and cut on a reel. He bought a Teac 2 runway and from there began the creation of megamix by cutting the ribbon with a blade and attaching it with a special adhesive tape.
In 1986 he won a race made by the Margherita Circuit and conducted by Marco Galli and he turned out to be the best <cutter> among the participants.
In 1983 he discovered Apple Machintosh computers and devoted himself to the profession of programmer, leaving radios and discos.
Moving to Rome in 1996 called by software development companies, he revived his passion for creating megamix in about 1999 when he discovered the Magix Samplitude multi-track, pushing him to create megamix or remixes just for his own pleasure.
In 2003, having returned to Catania, a local radio station and his friend singer Charlie Cannon, convinced him to create All Time Mix, a 15-minute program mixed exclusively with 70/80 pieces.
The result of 60 episodes and the request of some Italian radios, pushed him to distribute it in 50 radios on the national territory.
Meanwhile the music software evolved and with him also Roberto Condorelli who saw him move to Nuendo first and Ableton live at the end.
In 2014, about another very dear friend of his, Foxy John, a famous DJ from Rome, created jingles for him and pushed him to modify Alll Time Mix and use music from the 70s to today, modifying the duration from 15 minutes to 60 minutes.
He is currently tempted to continue the All Time Mix series and create more episodes by updating the pieces with the hits of the moment.
Its peculiarity is evident not only in mixing made in any way, short or very long, but in not limiting itself to mixing two pieces but trying to modify the piece and create mini remixes or similar stuff and use the inserts or effects on the songs.

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Roberto Condorelli was born many years ago, perhaps too many, in Italy in Catania (Sicily) he began his approach with the world of radio in 1975 at just 19 years old broadcasting in the best radio in the city (Radio Catania International), until 1983. Ha broadcast on the best radios of that era and at the same time enjoyed working in discos until 1986 at McIntosh, where he enjoyed putting music and filling the dance floor using three Technics MkII 1200s.
In 1979 he discovered the technique of cutting ribbon reels inspired by a pirated record <Happy Margo - Flower power> which was the first megamix on vinyl mixed with a constant base and cut on a reel. He bought a Teac 2 runway and from there began the creation of megamix by cutting the ribbon with a blade and attaching it with a special adhesive tape.
In 1986 he won a race made by the Margherita Circuit and conducted by Marco Galli and he turned out to be the best <cutter> among the participants.
In 1983 he discovered Apple Machintosh computers and devoted himself to the profession of programmer, leaving radios and discos.
Moving to Rome in 1996 called by software development companies, he revived his passion for creating megamix in about 1999 when he discovered the Magix Samplitude multi-track, pushing him to create megamix or remixes just for his own pleasure.
In 2003, having returned to Catania, a local radio station and his friend singer Charlie Cannon, convinced him to create All Time Mix, a 15-minute program mixed exclusively with 70/80 pieces.
The result of 60 episodes and the request of some Italian radios, pushed him to distribute it in 50 radios on the national territory.
Meanwhile the music software evolved and with him also Roberto Condorelli who saw him move to Nuendo first and Ableton live at the end.
In 2014, about another very dear friend of his, Foxy John, a famous DJ from Rome, created jingles for him and pushed him to modify Alll Time Mix and use music from the 70s to today, modifying the duration from 15 minutes to 60 minutes.
He is currently tempted to continue the All Time Mix series and create more episodes by updating the pieces with the hits of the moment.
Its peculiarity is evident not only in mixing made in any way, short or very long, but in not limiting itself to mixing two pieces but trying to modify the piece and create mini remixes or similar stuff and use the inserts or effects on the songs.

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