By J. Peterson For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 15:02 BST, 19 September 2020 | Updated: 15:02 BST, 19 September 2020
Kylie Minogue is set to release her fifteenth studio album Disco in November.
And due to the coronavirus lockdowns this year, the pop diva was forced to record a large portion of the album from her home.
Speaking to Billboard, 52-year-old said that she had to buy her own equipment and learn how to record vocals at home.
Creative: Kylie Minogue was forced to record a large portion of her new album at home due to the coronavirus pandemic
'Lockdown happened, and I had to figure out how to do everything remotely,' she explained.
'It was very exciting to get the equipment, fire up my logical-rational brain and find the right place in the house to put it,' she continued.
'I was dragging [around] duvets and blankets and clothes racks to make [my lounge room] good for sound.'
Kylie also taught herself how to use the digital audio workstation software Logic Pro.
'I had to figure out how to do everything remotely': Speaking to Billboard , 52-year-old said that she had to buy her own