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Deaf Ear    welcome to the world of mobile recording


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We provide a very unique and flexible mobile recording service –

you decide the time, the place and we will come to you.

Who can use this service


We worked with a wide variety of clients in many diverse sectors and locations:



Conferences / guest speakers / discussions and debates for use in exhibitions or events which need to be archived or uploaded to websites.


Gift Ideas  


DeafGifts are a series of recording packages designed for you to use as a gift for a family member, loved one, work colleague or friend. Whether it’s recording ‘that’ song or piece of music for someone special or a Karaoke performance at your party, Deafear have a package to suit your needs. - click for more info -



School choirs, orchestras, exam pieces and performances, lectures and seminars




Singer/songwriters, bands, community choirs, rehearsals, performances and gigs


Rehearsals, audition pieces, script readings, performances, and audio showreels

Spoken Word

Audio books, podcasts, radio plays, adverts, voiceovers.

How does it work?

We would attend your event / gig / concert / rehearsal / performance,  record it, take it away and mix it. We then email you an Mp3 preview mix for your comments and input, followed by a final mix in a format of your choosing.

Formats; CD / FTP transfer / MP3

With a focus on inclusion and access, we are confident that we can offer our services to suit your budget and requirements.

Don’t see yourself in any of the categories above?

Not a problem - please contact us for an informal chat about your idea/project and we can discuss your specific requirements.

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 1   Contact Deaf Ear

2   Discuss your requirements

3   Plan recording schedule

4   Record the session

5   Mix the recording

6   Receive rough mix

7   Final Mix delivery


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