Phil Harding

Real Name:Philip James Harding

Please use the Phil Harding & Ian Curnow entry when applicable.
UK engineer, producer, songwriter, musician and author. Born 1957. He started his career in 1973 at Marquee Studios as Tape-Op and by 1979 as engineer, then from 1984 at PWL Studios as chief engineer and from 1992 at the Strongroom. Collaborated on a regular basis with production partner Ian Curnow since 1986. In 1990 he, Julian Wiggins & Simon Dalton (2) formed the production team/company PJS (2)/PJS Music (2).

Harding became a regular speaker and guest lecturer at universities and colleges around the UK and Chairman of Joint Audio and Media Education Services (JAMES), the educational representative body of the MPG (Music Producers Guild) and the APRS (Association of Professional Recording Services). Harding who has a studio in Suffolk, UK has published a book of his times at PWL's 'Hit Factory' and released an accompanying CD, Club Mixes Of The 80s.

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Aliases:Creep (8), S:Dance, Sergeant Frog, The Mixmaster (2)
In Groups:4 On The Floor (4), Chaps, Fe Fi Fo Fum, Phil Harding & Ian Curnow, PJS (2), PWL, R.I.P. (6), Technique (8), The Funky Sisters, The Power Syndicate, The Romford Stompers
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