I am an experienced freelance sound engineer specialising in the recording of classical music. I offer a range of postproduction services, as well as both studio and location-based recording. Check out my extensive gear list and listen to my previous work. I pride myself in attention to detail, and ensure I get the best outcome in any situation. Don’t just take my word for it though, read testimonials from previous happy clients.
I offer three main services
Based in south London, I offer several audio related tasks including: recording, mixing, mastering & restoration.
I’ll travel out to record and will bring all my own gear. From concert venues to colleges. Classical musicians & bands to TV work.
Great looking bespoke websites for PC and mobile devices. Simple & affordable. Helping with: setups, builds & maintenance.
I pride myself in attention to detail, and always strive for the best possible outcome in every situation. Please do drop me a line if you want to discuss a project. Even if you have a tight budget, we can negotiate some sort of price. I am pretty flexible, and open to suggestion.
Studio work: £15 p/hour
Location recording: £20 p/hour
Web design: From £100
Lauren Newman: Harp & Voice
“I thoroughly enjoyed working with Dan, he was very helpful, and in tune with what I wanted to achieve through this project. He worked incredibly hard to get my project to come together in a way that I was happy with.”
Tobie Carpenter: Jazz Band
“Working with Dan is a great experience. I always felt my requirements as a musician were prioritised, which is really important in a live studio recording situation. I’m really pleased with the results of our session!”
Jack McNeill: The McNeill Trio
“Daniel put the ensemble at ease and listened to our individual concerns. Always reassuring and tirelessly helpful when it came to listening back and checking over sections in the studio. We were very happy with the end result, recording live as a trio definitely has its challenges but Daniel was confident and attentive to our needs throughout the process, we plan to use Daniel’s skills again in the future.”