Illenium shares a glimpse of its music studio
Nicholas D. Miller alias Illenium is one of the few musicians to have been recognized on the music scene in just a few years. Kicking off their career in 2013, Illenium burst onto the scene with their immaculate remixes of The Chainsmokers’ “Don’t Let Me Down” and Flume’s “Say It”. Illenium had already released its 3rd studio album before 2019, topping the Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums charts and ending up at number 14 on the Billboard Top 200. Illenium recently took to its social media to share news about its music studio at through a short video.
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Illenium realized his dream by building not only 1 but 2 professional studios in the basement of his house. At first glance, the square main studio has a warm and cozy appearance thanks to the use of a wooden floor and wooden panels, painted by a special artist. Showing his collection of bass guitars, electric guitars and acoustic guitars from brands like Fender, recorded in a secluded room near the studio via a Rhodes microphone. In production it uses 2 sets of speakers, while the Barefoot Masterstack 12 works as the main set of speakers and the Kii Audio Three works as the second set of speakers. For mixing and mastering, he uses several racks containing outboard equipment such as the classic Universal Audio Teletronix LA-2A leveling amplifier when recording vocals. Illenium built another smaller studio, during the 9 months of construction of its main studio, containing foam panels and curtains to optimize the acoustics of the room. Check out the full video below.
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