Paolo Mantini is a musician, a poli-intrumentalist .
He is the founder and the owner of Clockbeats and he boasts a worldwide network of professionals within the Music Industry.
Was born in Brescia on November 11th, 1991.
He starts applying himself to the study of music at the age of six, he dedicates especially to playing the trumpet, given to him, for his birthday, by his father.
He promptly begins performing concerts with Maestro Ligasacchi's city band.
He afterward enhances the study of other instruments, in particular of the western concert flute, influenced by his brother Nicolò who plays the saxophone, showing a great musical attitude and a remarkable versatility concerning the approach to really different instruments.
Despite the dedication to wind instruments, his desire to compare himself to the music world leads him to attend Maestro Mandonico's mandolin classes, reinforcing his multi-instrument interest.
At the age of twelve he starts attending bass classes, developing a passion for its rhythmic power and funky bassline.
He's fifteen years old when he applies to Luca Marenzio Conservatory of Brescia, being accepted to the double bass academic course with highest honours.
He graduates at the age of twenty two.
While he's attending doublebass class, he develops a great passion for electronic music and starts studying Sound design and Mixing and Mastering.
He turns up collaborating with many artists, getting into new timbres, and he also begins approaching to electronic synthesizers.
During his academic career he has studied among: Maestro Riccardo Crotti (doublebass),
Maestro Giuseppe Chirico (trumpet), Maestro Stefania Maratti (western concert flute), Mr Giulio Corini (bass), Mr London Stern (Electronic music production), Maestro Giovanni Cospito (Electronic music at the G. Verdi conservatory in Milan), Maestro Riccardo Sinigallia (music and immagine at the G. Verdi conservatory in Milan).
He is the founder of Clockbeats and Clockbeats Orchestra.