The artistic collaboration between Corrado Carosio and Pierangelo Fornaro started in 1998, when they founded the music production house "Bottega del Suono" which has done the soundtrack to commercials, films, short films, tv series and plays. The original music for advertisements include BMW, Intesa Sanpaolo, Coke, Fiat and Natuzzi. Carosio and Fornaro have composed and produced the soundtrack to the films “All the murmurs of the sea” (by F. Brugia), “Never Again as before” (by G. Campiotti), "Hannover" (by F. Vicentini Orgnani, tv film) and to the short films “The King of the Island” (by R. Della Calce, animation) and "La rosa muta" (by C. Bell). Television work includes the score to the documentary “L’uomo che sconfisse il Boogie” (by D. Cocchi), the music for the Rai tv sit-com “Colpi di sole” (artistic director L. Ribuoli) and the main tune for the animation series “Ripples 2” (produced by Animabit-Rai). Music for plays includes the scores to “Quella sera al Vel d’Hiver” (by M. Poggio, G. Burzi and D. Iacopini), sound effects and cuts for Alberto Colla’s opera “Der Prozess” (La Scala theatre in Milan) and for the theatrical piece “Onegin o l’arte di non saper vivere”(by D. Salvo, Teatro Stabile in Turin). Carosio and Fornaro won the "First Prize" of the International Composing Competition “Lavagnino” for film scoring. They have also produced many advertising soundtracks, winning awards such as the “Key Award” and the “Grand Prix della pubblicità”.