RO•TO•SCOPE

/ˈrōdəˌskōp/ • noun

a device used by an artist to create a silhouette to extract elements or subjects from a scene for use on a different background.

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THE ENGINEER

ro (she / they)

From an early age, Ro Lorenzen has experienced a diverse arrangement of musical influences and opportunities to root a very distinct skillset and style of writing and performance. In high school, Ro dove head-first into the world of Dance Music, and a universe of sonic opportunities became their muse. Although there were many outlets for music to be made and played, she came to find she had a hard time finding a groove in the Minneapolis Music scene. Through many years of challenges with mental health and identity, Ro continued to push, learning valuable teaching skills at both Private and Public Institutions around Minnesota, working with artists that needed production and engineering help in their projects to hone their skills, and elevate their creations. Through hard work and perseverance, she has come to open a studio of her own. Now full-time and freelance, Ro is eager to take on new students and projects to develop new and exciting timeless classics, with artists and creatives with vision. Let's rotoscope projections of the sounds of the heart! ☆