Paul Greene

Principal Lecturer, Academic Group Lead for Performing Arts

School of Journalism, Media and Performance

Media Factory, ME301

+44 (0) 1772 89 4291

Subject Areas: Music

Paul Greene joined Uclan in 2002 and is currently Course Leader for the BA (Hons) Music Production course. His career in music began in the late 1970's as bass guitarist songwriter, performer and producer. He has worked on a number of projects across musical genres whose recorded output has been made available in the UK, Europe and the United States. More recently his work has included sound installation and computer based composition for fixed media playback.

Paul is a fellow of the HEA.

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Research interests include music pedagogy, the means by which digital studio technology can enable composition and curriculum innovation in music technology.


  • MA Electroacoustic Composition, Distinction, University of Huddersfield, 2005
  • BA (Hons) Contemporary Music, First Class, University of Central Lancashire, 2002
  • Certificate in Education, University of Central Lancashire, 2000


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March 2004.
Performance of “Misguided Fool” by John Lacey & Paul Greene as part of Integration 2, with Colin Potter and Keith Rowe. St Peters Arts Centre, Preston. Lancashire.
Prepared vinyl set investigating aesthetics and debates within the culture of contemporary turntablism.

July 2004
Performance of “Misguided Fool” by John Lacey & Paul Greene, as part of Hebden Bridge Arts Festival. ‘July 4th’ event, Little Theatre, Hebden Bridge. Yorkshire.

October 2004
1. Artist in residence, Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery. Two day residency in the Victorian Gallery to Record and prepare audio material for subsequent installation.
2. Release of Stone Creek Radar ‘A Cautionary Tale’, self-written, recorded and produced album.
December 2004 to February 2005.
‘Room Response’ Sound Installation of five site-specific works composed from material gathered over the course of previous two-day residency. Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery.

October 2005.
1. Contributing artist at GEM 1 – Sonic Explorations. Concert at St Paul’s, Huddersfield. Yorkshire.
(Loudspeaker performance of composition work)
2. Contributing artist at Palatine Conference, ‘Integrating Practice as Research’,
University of Central Lancashire.
(Loudspeaker performance of ‘Three Stage Drift’ compositions).

November 2005.
Selected author, ‘404 Festival of Electronic Art and Media’, Rosario, Argentina.

April 2006.
‘Three Stage Drift’ compositions included in Signal & Noise festival, Vancouver, Canada.

November 2006.
Trans Pennine Electroacoustic Music Concert. St Peters, Preston, Lancashire. Acousmatic performance of 14 channel diffusion composition.


Avid Learning Partnership, JAMES Integrated Learning Centre Accreditation lead, Partnership Development in area of Music Production/Film, Media and Performance


Invited exhibition/installation. 2004
Leeds International Music Technology Conference. Leeds College of Music. ‘Heteroglossia’.
Presentation using MAX/MSP and Jitter, graphics tablets and TVs, based on the inter-textual language and dialogue theories of Mikhail Bakhtin.
Audio-visual installation with Jon Aveyard and Rees Archibald.

Invited Paper 2005
‘Convergence and Divergence’ paper delivered at UWE Bristol, ‘Predicaments In Visual Culture’ conference, ‘Theorising Creativity’ symposium.
With Rees Archibald and John Lacey.

Invited Paper May 2008
Paper titled 'Composed by the Edit' at the ‘Beyond the Dance’ Study Day, Keele University and the Royal Musical Association,
Keele University.

Teaching Activities and Responsibilities

Teaching critical and contextual modules, practical music technology/recording, research modules and supervision of practical year three major projects and dissertations.


Uclan University Review Panel Member, 2008 to present