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Paul Borg

Paul Borg

Senior Lecturer in Music Technology
Academic school:
Job title:
Senior Lecturer in Music Technology
Couse Leader for BA (Hons) Music Recording and Production
Higher qualifications:

MA Audio Technology and Music Publishing (Dist) Thames Valley University; PgCert Learning and Teaching (Mer) Thames Valley University.

Professional organisations:
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
Associate member of The Performing Rights Society (PRS)
The Mechanical Copyright Protection Society (MCPS)
Association for the Study of the Art of Record Production (ASARP)
The Audio Engineering Society (AES)
Biography:

 

Paul Borg, a double platinum award winning music producer who established an early career profile working alongside pioneers of the emerging UK dance and electronic music scene with artists such as Danny D, Derek B, KLF and Rebel MC, while also engineering and re-mixing for US artists including Was Not Was, Joyce Sims and Gang Starr. Paul has enjoyed chart success across three decades, and has composed over 300 musical works for film and television.

Paul is a PhD candidate at the London College of Music where he is currently conducting research into the study of contemporary electronic music performance and practice.

Find out more at www.paulborgmusic.com or visit www.dvoxx.com to view Paul’s live electronic music projects and current practice.

Research and scholarly output:

 

Auricchio, N and Borg, P (2016) New modular synthesizers and performance practice. In: SAE 2nd Synthposium, Melbourne, Australia.

Borg, P. (2008) Desert Crossroads in London, N22 Resolution Magazine (September 2008): p.53.

Selected published recordings

Paul Borg (2016) Abstrk Beats, London: West One Music Group WOM398.

Mamane Barka (2009) Introducing, London: World Music Network INTRO114CD CD.

Etran Finatawa (2008) Desert Crossroads, London: Riverboat Records TUGCD1048 CD.

Emmanuel Jal & Abdel Gadir Salim (2005) CeaseFire, London: Riverboat Records TUGCD1038 CD.

Cheb Bilal (2002) Sidi Sidi Paris: Polydor Records 589 527-2 CD.

Mory Kante (2002) Tamala, France: Next Music CDS8875 CD.

Conferences:

 

Auricchio, N, Borg, P and Whelan, L (2016) Cold Waves. In MTFBerlin, 27 May 2016 in Hall 1 Funkhaus Studios, Berlin, Germany.

Borg, P (2014) The Invisible Man and Discreet Recording Processes in World Music Production – an honest day’s work?
In proceedings of the Sonic Signatures Symposium, 10 April 2014, Aalborg University, Denmark.

Borg, P (2006) Ceasefire; on cross-cultural music mediation  
In proceedings of The Art of Record Production Conference, 9 September 2006, Edinburgh University, Scotland.

Forthcoming conferences

Auricchio, N and Borg, P (2017) Autons, Agents and Performance-gesture in the New Modular Paradigm. In Innovation in Music, September 6-8 2017, University of Westminster, London, England.

Auricchio, N and Borg, P (2017) New modular instruments and approaches to music generation. In ICMSN/SurreyMAC 2017, September 11-14 2017, University of Surrey, England.