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Paul Borg is a senior lecturer in music technology and course leader for BA (Hons) Music Recording and Production at the London College of Music/University of West London. His research interests satellite post-digital creative practice in electronic music performance and cross-cultural music mediation. Paul is currently a PhD candidate under the supervision of professor Simon Zagorski-Thomas at the London College of Music. The working title of his thesis is ‘The New Modular Instrument in Electronic Music Mediation and Performance Practice’.


Higher qualifications:

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


Professional organisations:

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

Associate member of The Performing Rights Society (PRS)

Association for the Study of the Art of Record Production (ASARP)


Publications and conference presentations:

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

Auricchio, N, Borg, P and Whelan, L (2016) Cold Waves. In proceedings of the 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. (2008) Desert Crossroads in London, N22 Resolution Magazine (September 2008): p.53.

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