Last Thursday was quite a long day. I set out along with Kristin Freidlitz and Lena Kroon to Studio Glasfågeln in Vallsås, Sweden. Strings for a wedding march composed by André Egbo was to be recorded by engineer Gustav Davidsson.
How’s that for name-dropping?
Upon arriving at the cozy studio, we were met by the very agreeable engineer Gustav, who provided us with most important thing of all when a recording is to be made: fika!
The recording went very well! After a long journey home (we kind of took a wrong turn in the middle of the deep, vast woods) filled with stimulating and inspiring conversation, I summed up the day, tired, but happy. I would so much want to do this every day!
Here’s the mandatory post-rec-session group pic:
See you all in the next post!