Linnéa Lundgren

versatile musician/songwriter

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I'm an extremely versatile musician, with a nerdy mind. Know a little about a lot, and constantly curious for new collabs. Writing music, playing several instruments, love vocal harmonies as well as arranging. Musical presence is important to me.

I write and arrange songs in a variety of genres, play piano, clarinet and sing. Recording can be done from my own studio. Educated in jazz studies but current genres include folk, electronic & singer/songwriter as well.

Writing with different artists as well as my own projects. Arranging for choir, children as well as strings and winds.

Artists I've worked with: HanaOceans, Yaffle, Jeremy McComb, Karmacloud, the 80's kid, Daouda.

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Interview with Linnéa Lundgren

  1. Q: Can you share one music production tip?

  2. A: Make sure to edit the tracks and takes when you record them. Later it's easy to forget.

  3. Q: What type of music do you usually work on?

  4. A: Pop, folk/acoustic, jazz, singer-songwriter as well as vocal-group arranging. I've also been doing some hiphop and reggae songs but that is if the client want to work with specifically my sound.

  5. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  6. A: Ear & musical sensitivity. I have an ear for what works and what doesn't work and when meeting with a client I am very intuitive and caring about how they want the recording to sound. If they don't know, I can help out with ideas on sound, vibe, harmony, melody or lyrics.

  7. Q: What's your typical work process?

  8. A: The workprocess depends on the client. Sometimes I get a partially done song sent to me, either with directions on how to perform (singing or playing) it, or with a request on writing melody/lyrics. After that I record the requested job in a studio and send back raw stems. Sometimes I do arranging jobs where I send the client sheet music to play from, with or without recorded files as a compliment to the sheet music.

  9. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  10. A: I have access to several studios, but most work is done in my home studio with some of this gear: MacBook Pro from 2016 with Logic Pro X Apollo Twin interface Bluebird mic & Shure SM7 Genelec speakers Dexibell Vivo S3 keyboard Dorico notation software

  11. Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?

  12. A: I'm heavily influenced by the New York songwriter/jazz-scene, as I lived there for a while. Artists such as Becca Stevens, Michelle Willis, Gretchen Parlato, Taylor Eigsti, Jacob Collier, Säje, Tammy Scheffer, Sirintip, have influenced where I am right now. I also love vocal harmonies and in songwriting I'm really into Joni Mitchell, Paul Simon and swedish artist Ted Gärdestad.

  13. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  14. A: Recording voice stems, either as a lead vocalist or backing vocals (or both). Arranging songs e.g. strings or vocal arrangements Composing songs for artists Toplining for producers

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