Specialists in Classical Location Sound Recording
Welcome to OxRecs DIGITAL. Specialists in classical location sound recording throughout the UK. This website has a catalogue of recordings you can order online, as well as reviews and sound samples.
Would like to have a recording of your choir, organ or instrumental ensemble to sell on Amazon or iTunes? Would you like a special concert recorded, or maybe you need to do some fundraising? If so, please get in touch!.
- Location sound recording for choirs, organs, ensembles, or solo instruments. From single promotional CDs to commercial pressing runs.
- Digital editing, P/Q encoding and CD mastering.
- Typesetting & Design compilation for CD booklets and inlays..
- Sound Restoration & Audio processing.
- December: Frikki Walker (On a lighter Note) just released.
- November: Trinity College Choir (Let there be Light) just released.
St Peter's College Choir (The Church Music of Samuel Sebastian Wesley) just released..
- June: St Peter's College Choir - Recording Wesley anthems CD.
May: Six Anthems (Text: Francis Warner, Music: David Goode, The Choir of King's College, Cambridge) currently in preparation.
- Glasgow Episcopal Cathedral: Frikki Walker Organ recording for release later this year.
- March: Recording Trinity College Choir for their forth CD release.
- BBC: Southbank Organ Collection. Listen out for the Tudor organs.
March 2014: Reviews of Southwell Splendour 2, as well as Anthems & Motets of the Romantic English Collection now online.
February: Ben Ponniah commission with Ensemble 45 directed by Will Dawes.
Lucy Cox (Soprano): promotional CD.
We are now taking commissions for mid-2014
- Recent releases:
- The Choir of St Peter's College, Oxford - Anthems and Motets of the English Romantic Tradition
Paul Hale plays the Minster organ on Southwell Splendour 2
- A new year, a new website for OxRecs DIGITAL
January 2nd 2014
The Church Music of Samuel Sebastian Wesley
The Chapel Choir of St Peter's College, Oxford
On a lighter Note
Frikki Walker plays popular organ works from Glasgow Cathedral
Let there be Light (Sacred Music from Europe)
The Chapel Choir of Trinity College, Oxford