I was really busy re-arranging my studio since I last shared a few ideas about my music making in January (you can find this Blog post here).
My studio is where I hold Healing Sessions for my clients, where I record music, where I create art. So, it is basically where I play. Today I would like to show you some photos of my studio.
This is the first acoustic guitar that I got when I was 14 years old. It's still the best-sounding acoustic guitar to me (I know this is very subjective :-)) because it has so much bass.
You can hear this guitar quite well in my song "Dive with me":
And this is my vocal booth. I manage to get in there and practise with a guitar, though this is a little tight. And it looks very messy in here at the moment because I am writing new songs. When I am writing new songs, it always looks messy, first. You can also see my second acoustic guitar (kind of) which is a new one that I bought just a few weeks ago, and it is made for children :-) It sounds really good, too. Any way... so this is where I record all of my music so that I don't disturb my neighbours. They really cannot hear me when I am making music in my vocal booth, which is great.
This is my Ukulele fretless bass and my electric fretless bass. I prefer fretless as you might have noticed ;-) You can hear the Ukule fretless bass quite nicely in my song "Dive with me", too. And you can hear the electric bass in my song "Wanting" quite well:
This (minus the white lamp in the middle because I sit in front of it) is what you can see behind me when you have a Healing Session with me. A salt lamp, a citrine, a rose quartz, a tea pot, a tibetan singing bowl, tibetan incense, photos of Guru Ram Das and Lakshmi, a little bag with Ganesha on it, candles, some of my paintings, some drawings from an artist etc. And you can also see my keyboard (kind of) on the very right. Even though the music part of my studio is already quite fun for me, this healing space here is my absolute happy place where I can do healing for you.
I hope this little tour was joyful for you. I look forward to sharing more about my musical adventures soon!