Cause of death revealed after Olivia Quan died suddenly at age 25

The cause of death revealed after the sudden death of popular sound engineer Olivia Quan at the age of 25. Image:

FOLLOWING the sudden and unexpected death of popular sound engineer Olivia Quan at the age of 25 on July 1, the company she worked for has now released the cause of death.

Olivia Quan, 25, died July 1 after suffering “a cerebral hemorrhage while laboring in bed,” Monarch Studios in Vancouver, Canada revealed late Saturday, July 9.

An Instagram post from the studios read: “To the community of people who loved Olivia, we are now able to confirm the cause of her death.

“Olivia died of natural causes, a cerebral hemorrhage, on the afternoon of July 1. She was home and working in bed at the time it happened. We are reassured that we are being said she likely lost consciousness immediately and died without prolonged discomfort.

He added: “I hope this helps people know that Olivia was happy and healthy until the end, and I’m sorry for the last few days when the community had to cry without any information about the circumstances. of his death.

“The outpouring of love for Olivia has been, unsurprisingly, overwhelming, and the words you have shared publicly and privately with us have been so healing to her family and all of our team members.

“This is a truly shocking loss to our community, and I hope everyone finds the space to grieve and remember our most special Olivia.”

The popular sound engineer worked with several mainstream artists in Canada and his death led to hundreds of tributes flooding social media.

Musician Dan Mangan wrote, “That’s not how it’s supposed to be. Great love.”

Kitt said, “Absolutely heartbreaking. She and her family are in so many hearts, thoughts and music. Still.”

“So heartbreaking! I’m so sorry for his community of people who adored him so much,” wrote pop artist Madison Olds.

Singer Michaela Slinger said: “I am absolutely devastated. Olivia was one of my very first friends in the industry when I had no idea anything. She invited me to her home in Monarch to talk shop and was such a consistent supporter for me.

“I thought she was the coolest and endlessly inspired me at my age and creating a life in music. The projects she has worked on speak volumes about her talent and craftsmanship, some of the best and brightest in the country.

“Sending so much love to his family, to the Monarch family and to all members of our music community who are trying to come to terms with this impossible loss.”

Musician Alysha Brilla wrote: “Olivia has been an inspiration to me and many others in this world. I had a knack for orbiting her in our music community and spending time with her and seeing her receive her flowers at the Junos this year has been a privilege. She was always so kind and real and encouraging; the spaces she designed were different because of her energy and generosity.

“She provided wings to so many artists and her butterfly effect will continue in this world through the recordings into which she poured her special soul and the love of those who knew her. My thoughts are with her family. , to her loved ones and to our musical community. Olivia will be greatly missed and her legacy will reverberate through the universe like the beautiful sound waves she created.

Following her sudden death on July 1, Monarch Studios said, “The potential of this young woman and the accomplishments she had already achieved at just 25 years old are truly remarkable.

“Participating in the Juno Awards this year with 3 nominated projects is just a small taste of how big a success Olivia’s future has had.”

As stated on its website, the young sound engineer was also a producer and mixer working in Vancouver, British Columbia.

“I have dedicated myself to fusing analog and digital mediums to bring music to life,” reads its website.

“I got my start in audio doing an internship at Monarch Studios, fell in love with the process of making records, and the rest is history.”

Among his discography, Quan has worked with bands such as City and Colour, Hey Ocean! and Teller and The Tale.

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