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Sa.Vee.Oh

Sa.Vee.Oh

Sa.Vee.Oh


Sa.Vee.Oh is the artist name for Max Savietto. At the age of 17, in 1993, his passion for music kicks off and that was the year when he starts to collect his first records and to play in small stages in his native area. During the first months of 1996 he achieves his real first hit, starting to perform in the biggest and most prestigious stage of northern Italy: the Nautilus. In the meantime his plans are continuously evolving and in 1998 he decides to create his first recording studio and arrange in his first productions. Read more on Last.fm
Sa.Vee.Oh is the artist name for Max Savietto. At the age of 17, in 1993, his passion for music kicks off and that was the year when he starts to collect his first records and to play in small stages in his native area. During the first months of 1996 he achieves his real first hit, starting to perform in the biggest and most prestigious stage of northern Italy: the Nautilus. In the meantime his plans are continuously evolving and in 1998 he decides to create his first recording studio and arrange in his first productions. Through these first "musical experiments" Max achieves excellent results right away, especially abroad, in particular in Germany where his first single comes out for NOOM Records. Over the next months in 1999, he also starts to cooperate with the hitting label at the time, the OVERDOSE Records where the famous dj Scot Project, Hypertrax and Sakin & Friends take part. Another prize of his abilities as producer comes in the year 2000, when Max cooperating with Molella, realises the hymn for one of the most important musical events of the world: the ENERGY in Zurich. In the following year he leads the young recording label MAZEMAN Records of which he becomes the most important producer, climbing all the European techno-trance charts.

It is right with MAZEMAN that comes the first co-operations with prestigious Jamx & De Leon, better known as DUMONDE. From now on Max Savietto is considered one of the most appreciated Italian top techno-trance dj/producers by the electronic lovers. Following this, in Italy, dj Tony-h delivers to Max the rmx of the well known track J.F.K., and slightly afterwards, again abroad, he makes other rmxs such as : Seraque - Gravity for the American label TERRATRAXX and for one new project of M.I.K.E "Red Flag"- Pacific Memory on Captivating Records. There were plenty of radio performances in the field, both in Italy and abroad, where his most appreciated dj-set were played. Here's following some of the programs where he took part: Orgasmatron on Rin (Italy), Zero Db on M2O (Italy) , Extravadance on Radio NRJ (Denmark, Belgium) , ID&T Radio (Holland), Radio BU 99FM (Israel).....and on the web: YounGuys Radio and DI.FM There were also plenty of his live performances that make him more and more involved in the international scenario, keeping on playing for Italian and foreign clubs and taking part of great events such as MYSTERYLAND, X-QLUSIVE ITALY, SEQTION, CUBASE, DECIBEL OUTDOOR, WARCRAFT, STREET PARADE, GROUND ZERO FESTIVAL, IN-QONTROL.... It is exactly the last above mentioned event where Max realises the official hymn "LoopHole", launching this way the already popular project Sa.Vee.Oh, pseudonym dedicated to his hard trance production.

In the meantime Max never gets tired of spending his time in the recording studio where he makes up new musical inspiration! For the last productions and to keep you updated on his performances, visit the Max Savietto's website. www.maxsavietto.com (Info from his myspace webpage) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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