Fight for your sound
One thing is playing live, another is recording and producing records. Sinne disagreed heavily with producers and record labels early on. She has fought tooth and nail to let her 'sound' shine through.
"Luckily, nowadays I produce myself and found a musical partner in Lasse Nilsson in Sweden who, to a large extent, shares my vision of music and sound. He's capable of highlighting details I didn't notice second by second and has the technical skills I don't have myself.
Like on the new record. Arrangements for orchestras include all kinds of little details on strings, etc. I don't always notice them, but he certainly does."
The point is that working with people – musicians and engineers – speaking the same language brings about the best result. That, and people who have skills you don't have yourself. People who make Sinne Eeg sound good. Flourish and thrive.
"That goes for many contexts," she says, continuing: "In music, and corporations, and firms. People with different skills, yet speaking the same language, working well together create a strong result."