Lauren Mia

My Forever Studio: Lauren Mia demands a patchbay

Following the release of her debut album, RE:BIRTH, the LA native dives into her production process and favourite synths

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Lauren Mia is a composer turned DJ and producer, whose melodic and ethereal take on techno has caught the attention of some of the world’s best-known labels.

The LA native is still riding a high from the release of her debut album, RE:BIRTH, which packs a ton of soundscapes made with analogue synths and maintains her strong roots to melodic techno and progressive house. In this episode of My Forever Studio brought in partnership with Audient, we discover the unexpected synths Lauren would pick to make her sound, why practically is a top priority and why she’s not a fan of layering sounds.

The My Forever Studio podcast sees artists, producers and engineers create their dream fantasy Forever Studio, wherever they want in the universe. However, there are strict rules in the Forever Studio. Our guests are permitted a limited number of items in their creative space, so they must choose carefully. There will be nostalgia. There will be anecdotes. There may be gags. But there will be no bundles!

Last week, My Forever Studio spoke with musician and content creator SEIDS. Renowned for her quick and insightful Logic Pro tips, Sabrina Seidman has amassed hundreds of thousands of followers online and talks to us about her experiences in music production. She also reveals the “cheeseburger of audio interfaces”, and an affordable mic that, in her opinion, beats $10,000 mics.

Subscribe to My Forever Studio on Apple Podcasts and Spotify and check out all episodes so far via MusicTech. And you can check out SEIDS’ Logic Pro Crash Course – discounted by 30% for MusicTech readers – at


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