Francesco Libralon

Francesco is a composer, producer, arranger and sound designer working in the multimedia industry for commercials, games and trailers.

Since 2011, Francesco is an associate and a key figure of 93 steps. Above composing and producing high-quality tracks in different kinds of genres, he menages deadlines, technical and artistic specs related to every project to meet each customer’s need.
He’s focused on the entire production process, from determining the melodic line of a single instrument to the very sound of a song, keeping an eye on the revenues and the outflows of each project.

Lorenzo Scagnolari

Lorenzo is a musician, composer and sound designer who developed his style into the Entertainment and Multimedia Industry, composing music for commercials, trailers and video-games worldwide.

Since co-founding 93 Steps in 2011, Lorenzo’s role has been in creative and artistic managing with a focus on helping and delivering to clients the right and proper audio for their products.
He’s able to create top-notch music compositions and sound effects in a wide array of styles and genres, as well as accompanying the client trough the meandered path of finding the appropriate audio for its project.

Our Production Process
this is how we work

Our process is quite similar to the making of a tailor-made dress: we start chatting with you about your needs and your target, then we continue making suggestions and together we decide which kind of audio could suit your project perfectly. Then begins the four stages of the production process, during which we send you the first sketch stage, listen to your feedback, re-send the modified audio and so on until completion.

Thanks to this tight and precise production process we achieve a great balance between efficiency and efficacy: we’ll schedule each delivery of the four stages according to your needs and timetable.

Sketch Stage

This is the very first stage of the whole production process: as a sketch, we can understand together if the path we chose is the right one.

Rough Stage

In this second stage, we’ve fixed what we didn’t like in the previous version. From now on the whole audio production builds up and becomes more recognizable.

Polish Stage

In this third stage, the whole production is settled up and is ready for its last adjustments and finalization.


This is the very final stage. All the production ended, and the audio is ready to be part of your project.