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A big thank you to Deaf Ear Productions for their skill, creativity and commitment to this recording of our soiree at Kabaret@Karamel.

Extremely professional organisation. They consulted with us on our  recording requirements for the performance and did their utmost to provide an excellent service. Highly recommended.

Santhosh Chandran  - Asian Centre London

Deaf Ear Productions, these guys arrived, set up, recorded the drum parts for Sickening Dread and left. Very professional and we would recommend them to any artist, organization.

Luminous Frenzy

Der Wawazawa originally released in 1983 “The Wibbley, Bros Go Weird” album has gained cult status. It was re-released on April 17th 2015 with a live show at Kabaret@karamel restaurant London and Deaf Ear Productions were invited to record the event.

Deaf Ear Productions really understood the intricacies of our music, fantastic job.

Koko Kanyinda


live in concert

World Music Fusion

Society of Imaginary Friends

live in concert

Cinematic Operatic Classical Folk

Rana Rang Indian

live in concert

Indian Classical

Legendary Pee Wee Ellis

with DJ Logic and Xantone Blaque

live in concert


luminous frenzy

studio recording 


The Wibbley Bros

live recording


Koko Kanyinda

studio recording


Hot Orange

live in concert

Latin Jazz

Digital Mixes



Deaf Ear Productions worked to my budget and timeline and came up with some great suggestions after reading my brief. Great to talk to a company that knows what MS recording means and can work to a high technical specification, and they are great to work with.  They are now my 'go to' company for location recording in London.

Alex Boyesen -  Director Digital Mixes

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Pee Wee Ellis

Very hard working engineer, they make you feel at ease from the off and they did a great job.

Mike Hammer  -  Hot Orange

Deaf Ear Productions understand instinctively what a band needs in terms of their sound and the live recordings of concerts. They capture the lucidity of the band perfectly in addition to the atmosphere of the event,  proving to be an excellent promotional tool and record.

Jacquelyn Hynes - Avalonia


Live Music horizons

Sharing musical experience

LMH is dedicated to providing inspirational rehearsal and performance opportunities for all ages, offering a vibrant and accessible approach to nurture an increased understanding of notation and improvisation. The LMH courses explore a wide range of musical material and are designed to encourage and enthuse everyone.

The LMH directors are Catherine Shrubshall and Fiona Hill who have worked as professional musicians and educators for over 30 years, including outreach work for the Academy of St.Martin in the Fields, Glyndbourne Opera, and the Guildhall School of Music. Live Music Horizons are excited to working alongside Deaf Ear Productions on several new projects - check out the LMH site for some exciting sound clips.


Solidstatesamples.com are suppliers of high quality sound clips and sound effects to the music, theatre, radio, film, television and educational industries. Our clients have included The Science Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum and The Imperial War Museum, London. We are delighted to be in partnership with Deaf Ear Productions.


Deaf Ear Productions are pleased to welcome a new partner, Pick Guitar.

Based in Haringey North London, Aaron Curtis is a professional guitar player and teacher. He has over 15 years teaching experience at all levels from beginners to advanced. All ages and styles of guitar are catered for. If you need more information or just to have a chat please visit  www.pickguitar.co.uk