Based in the heart of Rome, the Forum Studios are the most important Italian recording studios in terms of heritage, acoustics, technology, and room capacity, with over 1,200 square meters of total area. They are counted among the most prestigious recording studios in the world, alongside London's Abbey Road Studios and Hollywood's Capitol Studios. The Forum Studios have given birth to monumental world-famous soundtracks and unforgettable records in pop, rock, jazz, and classical genres.

In 2020, the studios celebrated their 50th anniversary, having come to life in 1970 in the undergrounds of the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Mary in Piazza Euclide, designed by architect Armando Brasini. The sacred building was inaugurated in 1952, 28 years after the laying of the first stone.
Due to their unique location, the studios were immediately dubbed "the temple of music for the cinema." However, the true "sacredness" is primarily attributed to the four founders: Luis Bacalov, Ennio Morricone, Piero Piccioni, and Armando Trovajoli, along with composer and conductor Bruno Nicolai, sound technicians Sergio Marcotulli and Pino Mastroianni, and manager Enrico De Melis. In short, they represent absolute excellence in music and sound for cinema.

From 1970 to the present day, they have hosted, among others, not only the founders but also composers like Bill Conti, Jerry Goldsmith, George Garvarentz, Alexandre Desplat, Nicola Piovani, Alex North, Dave Grusin, Vangelis, Pino Donaggio, and Gianni Ferrio. And directors such as Federico Fellini, Brian De Palma, Giuseppe Tornatore, Franco Zeffirelli, Oliver Stone, Barry Levinson, Roberto Benigni. Within the walls of the studios, the music for 'Nuovo Cinema Paradiso' (Ennio and Andrea Morricone) - winner of the Oscar for Best Foreign Film - was created, as well as the Oscar-winning Best Original Score for 'Il Postino' (Luis Bacalov), 'Life is Beautiful' (Nicola Piovani),
and 'The Hateful Eight' (Ennio Morricone) by Quentin Tarantino, for which the famous trumpet and guitar themes were recorded in the studios and the final mixing was done.

Over fifty years of history, the Forum Studios have hosted countless Italian and international artists, including Quincy Jones, The Beach Boys, Leonard Bernstein, Bruce Springsteen, Placido Domingo, Morrissey, Andrea Bocelli, John Legend, Charles Aznavour, Laura Pausini, Will.I.Am, Kanye West, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Yo-Yo Ma, Jon Bon Jovi, Amália Rodrigues, Tiziano Ferro, 2Cellos, Lang Lang, Amy Stewart, Gino Vannelli, Cher, Eros Ramazzotti, Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi, Mario Biondi, Giovanni Allevi, Riccardo Cocciante, Zucchero "Sugar" Fornaciari, Pino Daniele, Negramaro, Fabrizio De André, Francesco Guccini, Claudio Baglioni, Renato Zero, Jovanotti, Gianni Morandi, Mauro Pagani, New Trolls, the Goblins. Just to name a few...