How does it work and what else should I know?


• Contact me as soon as possible and discuss your project with me. Each recording is unique and the more time we have in advance the better. A good pre-production is essential.
• Rehearse well! If possible choose carefully a suitable date for your recording. The more you have worked on your repertoire the better and easier the recording will go both for you and the engineer.


• At the day of the recording, if possible, I will arrive at the venue some time before your performance. I will use this time to setup the recording equipment. A good microphone placement is among the most important elements for a good recording and the more time I have on my behalf the better. In the case of a concert recording it is always a good idea to do a test recording during your rehearsal prior the actual event.
• For non-concert recordings the watch starts counting once my equipment has been set-up and both sides are happy with the sonic results.


• The so recorded material will be mixed and edited by me in my studio*. In the case where extensive and complicated editing is required your presence at the session is welcome.

* For non-concert sessions many of my customers often choose to do the editing at location during the recording.


Remember that to record the performance is only one part of the whole production process at the end of which your recording will be suitable for to be released. I charge 15£/h for editing and mastering. It is very important to understand that the better you are prepared for the recording, the less time both for recording and editing will be needed. Hence, your project will cost less.

CD duplication:

I don’t have a duplication plant as many engineers claim. Despite this, I can complete the entire duplication process for you. For more information check the pricing section.