The Engineers

Phil McBride

Phil McBride has been working as a professional musician and engineer for the last 10 years playing gigs across Scotland and at festivals including T in the park and Kelburn Garden party. When not making computer synth funk with his band Digital Jones or as his solo incarnation Midi Paul he can be found obsessing over the perfect drum sound or playing double bass with the Homecoming string band. He also puts his electrical engineering degree to good use for equipment servicing and repair.

Contact Phil here.



Mark Neal

Mark Neal has been working as a professional sound engineer and musician since 1995 and with a PhD in musical acoustics has a strong technical background in sound and recording techniques, as well as years of experience in playing and producing music. Mark works extensively with folk and acoustic music and has worked extensively with may of Scotlands top folk, acoustic and classical acts.

Contact Mark here.


Chris Hall

Chris Hall is composer, arranger and producer of sync music for film and TV with several awards including the Audio Post Production Award with Hotaches productions at the 2008 Banff mountain film Festival. An experienced live sound engineer he has engineered and project managed a huge range of events, such as Edinburgh’s Bongo club for BBC live broadcast, The National museums of Scotland, Murrayfield stadium and The Kelburn Garden party. He has also collaborated with Akira Kiteshi, The Ordinary allstars, The Aspects, The Soul Foundation/Braxton, MC profisee and worked with Foundlight productions, Redbull, Cutmedia, stashmediaworx, smalls creative agency among others.

Contact Chris here.



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