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1. OxRecs DIGITAL
Classical location sound recording services. Concert, demo, or commercial CD packages. Specialising in choirs, organ, chamber groups, solo instruments, and small orchestras.

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Date Added: Feb 19, 2008



2. Ambisound Recording Service
Based in the south-east of England, Ambisound provide a professional and affordable location and concert recording service for musicians, choirs and groups along with a complete cd production service.

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Date Added: Feb 21, 2008



3. UEG Recordings
UEG Recordings is a privately run independent digital recording studio and sound production suite, based in the Edinburgh area.

Specialising in off-site Location recordings – taking the studio into the comfort of the artists home surroundings or chosen venue.

We offer a wide range of individually tailored services including

schools, concerts, choirs, auditions
composing arrangements
vocalist recording
voiceover work
spoken word
digital effects
mixdown
mastering
photography
artwork design
audio and visual installation
audio restoration and conversion

Visit our website for full information at
http://www.uegrecordings.com

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Date Added: Jan 13, 2009



4. Chorum Records - Choral recordings
CHORUM RECORDS - a choral recording specialist based in the Midlands and with clients throughout the UK.

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Date Added: Mar 18, 2011




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