Biography / Info
After touring the USA in a boys' choir in his youth, Paul Nagle began to compose and perform electronic, experimental music in the late 1970s. He became a key figure in the UK electronic music scene and performed at the first UK Electronica festival in 1983. Over the years, he has released many electronic, new age and chillout albums, often in collaboration with other musicians.
Paul has performed at Jodrell Bank Planetarium (UK), the Alpha Centauri Festival (Holland), Different Skies (Arizona, USA), the Harmonia Festival (Spain) and at musical events in Italy, Croatia, Romania and more. With musical collaborations that include the bands Binar (electronica), Joint Intelligence Committee (dance/chill) and Headshock (avant garde), he has gained a vast amount of experience in both composition, production and performance.
Sound design is a vital part of his skills, notching up programming credits for Roland, Access, DSI and Waldorf. He has also provided technical input to Steinberg, Access, Waldorf and most recently UK company Sequentix, in the development of the P3 and Cirklon sequencers. Finally, Sound On Sound magazine regularly reaps the benefit of this long experience: Paul is a highly respected reviewer of musical instruments, effects and software.