Many clients approach us to produce, engineer and edit spoken word recordings, including The New Yorker, Penguin Books, Eviivo and other corporate customers. As well as managing a studio in Cambridge, we have contacts at a number of London-based recording studios specialising in voiceovers and can also engineer spoken word recordings on location. By using highly directional microphones, various baffles and industry standard noise reduction software, we are able to capture studio-grade sound in less than ideal situations.

Eastwood Records has produced sessions with writers and poets such as Clive James, Simon Armitage, Alan Jenkins, Peter Gizzi and Stav Poleg, with numerous recordings being aired on WNYC via The New Yorker Radio Hour. We have also recorded voiceovers for corporate jingles, adverts, audiobooks, trailers, EPKs and theatre, including virtual reality plays and other forms of innovative drama.

If you would need a producer or engineer to record a voiceover, please get in touch below.