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