Some things that have been said about my:


“...we heard four more songs to be leaved into the Glasgow Liederbuch, and four beauties, too, from... Timothy Cooper... demonstrating an impressive understanding of the need to allow space in a song for the voice to speak, sometimes unsupported by the piano; fine performances, too, by singers and pianists.”
Michael Tumelty for the Herald, May 6th 2011, part of a 4 star review for the Plug Festival


“I have had the pleasure of using Tim Cooper as my recording engineer for the last 3 years. Sessions have ranged from audition and competition submissions to CD quality recordings in both studio venues and specific locations. Tim has a great ear for acoustics and is incredibly accurate when it comes to modifying the sound of a room to fit your exact recording needs. He also has a huge talent for producing whether at the recording or editing stages. Always a pleasure and ease to work with I would recommend Tim to any artist looking to make a professional level recording.”
Tom Poulson, freelance trumpet player

Sound Engineering

North-Side Mark O'Keeffe closed this excellent show with Harvey's stunning 1985 Ricercare una Melodia. North-facing Timothy Cooper manipulated the virtuosic trumpet playing into a dazzling 5-part Ricercare.
Alan Coady on Bachtrack, part of a 4 star review for a Red Note Ensemble concert at the Lammermuir Festival.