Fulvio Muzio, a doctor and music therapist, was part, with Enrico Ruggeri and Silvio Capeccia, of 'Decibel', the cult band that first introduced the 'punk' and 'new-wave' sound to Italy. He contributed to the group's success by composing the music for 'Contessa' (Sanremo, 1980), now considered a landmark of 1980s music. Alongside his musical interests, he also had scientific ones: having graduated in medicine, after the publication of the album 'Novecento' he left Italy to work as a doctor in the USA where he also perfected his study of certain guitar techniques. Captivated by composer Silvio Capeccia's interest in minimalist music, he returned to Italy in the 1990s to collaborate with the latter on 'ambient' and 'new-age' record productions. Currently, his musical interests are focused on the therapeutic effect produced by sounds, and in this sense he graduated in Music Therapy at the 'Musica Prima' School of Specialisation, directed by Prof. Dario Benatti. As far as his activity as a doctor is concerned, he is in charge of the Clinical Nutrition Service at the A.O. Universitaria 'Luigi Sacco' in Milan and an adjunct lecturer in clinical nutrition at the State and Bicocca Universities in Milan. He recently took part as a lecturer in the 2nd level Master's Degree Course in Neuropsychology at the Catholic University of Milan, dealing with the topics of the 'Psychoacoustic Brain Power' project. In 2010, he again participated in the Sanremo Festival with Enrico Ruggeri and Silvio Capeccia. Further information on Music Therapy, Psychoacoustics and the 'Psychoacoustic Brain Power' project can be found by visiting www.musicotherapy.it.