Billie Eilish is the perfect example to show that if you got talent, you don't need expensive pieces of equipment!
The teen sensation Billie Eilish proved her worth when she bagged five different Grammy's for herself in 2020 Grammy Awards. It's quite evident that this impression from the young star isn't going to die down anytime soon. Well, not stopping at just that, Eilish also proved that you don't need high-end quality and expensive equipment to make history when she revealed the cost of putting together her bedroom studio.
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Unlike most of the high leveled artists who prefer lofty studios, Billie works with her brother Finneas O'Connell from a small bedroom studio in their parents' home. That's right Billie Eilish won five Grammy's working out of her bedroom. Billie's brother Finneas told NME,
We don't want to be bound to a studio to who we'd have to pay untold sums.
The 22 years old producer for his sister also stated that he prefers that space for creating work because it offers natural light.
Billie Eilish and her Brother Finneas O'Connell operate out of their bedroom studio.
Source: CBS News
Not just opening up where the brother-sister duo operates out of, O'Connell also gave a detailed rundown of some of the equipment in their bedroom studio in a different interview.
The set up includes:
All in all, only a couple of bucks shy from $3000. That only goes on to prove if you got what it takes, the price of the instruments you used won't be a problem at all. Maybe the bedroom setup is what gives Billie's haunting voice that intimate feel, which everybody fell in love with.
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The album 'When We Fall Asleep Where Do We Go?' garnered not only Album of the Year, but also Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical. Finneas also earned the producer of the Year, Non-Classical for his work on the album. Humble about their journey to such a great success, Finneas said while accepting Song of the Year,
This is for all the kids who make music in their bedrooms.
The 18 years old singer and her sibling's wins only prove that the barrier for entry into the world of music is much lower than in the past, and you most definitely don't require the professional studio to create hit music. They sure are an inspiration to everyone all around.
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