UK Lockdown

Keeping Choirs Singing

Keeping Choirs running throughout the COVID-19 Lockdown in the UK So here we are in the first week of lockdown in the UK due to the outbreak of COVID-19.  Obviously this has had major effects on our business and, whilst we are open for business, we are unable to do any of the recordings that […]

How much gear do you bring for a Choir Recording?

Recordings 4 Choirs will provide everything needed to Professionally Record your choir on location When you book Recordings 4 Choirs to record your choir on location we bring an entire studio of professional recording gear.  Our engineers travel all over the country with a mobile studio and can set up anywhere from Cathedrals to Class […]

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Recording in South East London – Love2Sing Voices

Recordings 4 Choirs were on location in South East London & Kent this weekend to record Love 2 Sing Voices at West Wickham Methodist Church A year or so ago our sister company, Recordings 4 Schools was on location to record at Hayes Primary School. Today,  we were not far from there when we arrived […]

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The Choir Annual Summer Break

I read somewhere there are something in the region of 25,000 choirs in the UK now.   This seems a huge number, although I think it also includes school choirs as well.   But actually when you do the maths, it’s probably about right.  More and more people are singing in choirs than ever before, […]


How many pairs of headphones will we need?

Our business is to record all sorts of choirs on location.    This is something we have been doing since 2004 with our mobile recording rig.  We travel all over the UK and we record many different types of choirs in a variety of different venues and locations.  We have even recorded outside on a […]

Smart Phone

Why bother recording with us when you can use your Smartphone?

Although it is relatively easy to download an app and set your mobile phone to record, making this  into a CD requires a bit of thought. You can probably find the software to produce the sound file, and if you have a read/write drive attached, then you could output this onto CD or just email […]