Elohim on 5 tips for having effective studio sessions

Elohim is a singer, songwriter, and producer who does it all.

Her mesmerizing blend of pop, electronic, and alternative influences is sure to grab your attention and not let go.

In the video above, Elohim sat down with us on the Splice YouTube channel to share her five tips on how to make the best music that you possibly can in the studio. From how to create the right environment to the importance of investing in the tools that work best for you, her tips transcend genre, background, and experience level.

“The beauty of music is that you’re always learning,” Elohim reflects. “You can never ‘know enough’—you’ll never be ‘done’ creating. So, trust that and know that even if your mind and body aren’t allowing you to create for a month, that’s okay. You’re going to get past that point and you’re going to get back to that place where you’re thriving and creating.”

“You are very capable within yourself, and you are very capable of creating the music that you love,” she says. “You just really have to trust yourself, and find that confidence.”

What was your favorite tip that Elohim covered in the video? What’s your favorite track that she’s produced? Let us know in the comments section of the video.

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May 21, 2022

Harrison Shimazu

Harrison Shimazu is a composer, content strategist, and writer who’s passionate about democratizing music creation and education. He leads the Splice blog and produces vocaloid music as Namaboku.