Eastwood Records is run by London-based producer and engineer Myles Eastwood. Since graduating from Cambridge where he studied Music, Myles has worked on a wide range of repertoire from classical to bluegrass. His company offers remote recording, mixing and mastering services to solo artists, folk groups, jazz and soul bands, choirs, orchestras, voiceover actors and more across the UK and abroad.
Clients include The New Yorker, Glyndebourne and CNN, with projects ranging from commercial CDs and audiobooks to live broadcasts, music videos and other promotional releases. Our recordings receive regular airplay on New York Public Radio, BBC Radio 3 and 4, Classic FM and Jazz FM. We also work in spatial audio and VR, providing ambisonic recordings and mixes for a number of clients producing innovative 360° and VR content.
We have worked in a number of established venues including Metropolis Studios, Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall and King’s College Chapel, and recently took up residence at a high spec recording studio in Cambridge. Currently under development, the studio connects two acoustically-treated, soundproofed control rooms – suitable for voiceovers, overdubs, re-amping and 5.0 mixes – with various recording spaces, including the acclaimed West Road Concert Hall.
Alongside recording work for Eastwood Records, Myles co-founded FixTheMusic and in 2015 completed AHRC-funded doctoral research at the University of Cambridge on recording practices in the postwar period. The research involved original interviews with Grammy Award-winning producers and engineers who worked for Decca, EMI and other labels with artists as diverse as the Rolling Stones, Sir Adrian Boult and Mia Farrow.
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