Paul studied audio recording at Newark Delaware's Sound Lab Studio under the instruction of Roger Hoilman and later he continued his education at Philadelphia's Kajem/Victory Studios under the instruction of John Smeltz.
Paul logged many hours as a freelance engineer at such facilities as Sound Lab and Ohm Studios in Wilmington. In 1988, started at Ken-Del Productions, Inc. and spent 13 years here before departing for Side Door Studio in early 2001 to become their new chief recording engineer. Janocha returned to Ken-Del Productions, Inc. in the spring of 2003 to resume his post as chief engineer/producer.
Paul's discography includes such names as Jimmy Buffett, Dionne Warwick, jazz legend Donald Byrd, Grammy nominees Johnny Neel (the Allman Brothers), Jayar McQuay (Cintron) and Paul Lewis, Tony Award winner Melba Moore, Billboard R&B chart topper Glenn Jones, world renown violinist David Ragsdale (Kansas, Queensryche, Smashing Pumpkins) and 80's MTV staple Berlin, as well as scores of local independent artists including Tommy Conwell, Nik Everett, Gypsy Sullivan, SoulOh, members of the Hooters, Ike, Omnisoul, Mercy River, the Snap, Mr. Greengenes, Stygian Veil, and Matt Sevier.