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Located in East Berkshire, JazzMouse Productions is an independent production facility run by Paul Fawcus. The company has been in operation for 14 years working with an amazing cross section of clients covering the full spectrum of musical styles. Paul also offers a bespoke composition service for clients – he will compose and record a unique piece of promotional music for your business.
Paul explains: “We’ve been established for 14 years and we really pride ourselves on a high level of production - whatever the size of the project”. It’s difficult to describe Paul’s typical clients because they vary so widely. To name a few: Simple Minds, The Prodigals, Royal Grammar School, UK Body Talk, Steve Bishop, Chris Dean, Cilla Black, Jackie Trent, Tony Jacobs, Eleanor Keenan, David Jaggs, Claire McInernie, Amanda Whatsham, Clive Dunstall, Vanessa Haynes, Marti Webb, the RAF Squadronaires and Melanie Stace – not to mention big bands like the Syd Lawrence Orchestra, Allan Ganley Legacy and Pasedena Roof Orchestra.

Jazzmouse Studios also write and record music for TV and film as well as corporate promotional material. Paul's music can be heard on BBC 2's 'Open Gardens' program featuring the guitar of David Jaggs. As well as running the studio, Paul is also front-of-house engineer on Radio 2’s BBC Big Band and the Raymond Gubbay organization.

As an experienced woodwind player (clarinet, saxophone, flute, et cetera) Paul regularly tours with internationally acclaimed flamenco guitarist Juan Martin, the Will Todd Trio and the multi-award winning Syd Lawrence Orchestra.

Back in the studio, Paul is fortunate to have access to the talents of some of the top professional musicians in the industry from the BBC concert orchestra & Hairspray to Take That and Catherine Jenkins.
We are now delighted to offer a music download service to all clients. See MP3 link on the left.

We are a Pro Tools HD based studio utilising Waves Platinum & Studio Classics plug-ins.
C24 control surface.
Genelec & Yamaha monitoring
Sontronics, Kiwi many other microphones.

Jazzmouse Paul Fawcus, Windsor, Britain (UK)

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