Duncan

Duncan is head engineer with Sound Gallery Studios and has worked as an engineer, designer, producer, composer, teacher, editor, and programmer for the BBC, the National Theatre, and with numerous composers, directors, bands and artists to produce music and sound design for film, theatre and television as well as commercial music releases. He has toured theatre workshops to schools all over the UK with the National Theatre, and now, with Sound Gallery, specialises in teaching Music and Music Technology to people outside of education or those in need of assistance with out of school education.

Recent Projects

Duncan has recently contributed to these projects

Siobhan McCrudden: Mix and Recording Engineer

GRICE: Engineer, Programmer, Loops

Slowdive: Recording Engineer

BBC Documentary: Audio Editor

Theatre Alibi: AV Designer

Recording and Producing

Duncan has worked on many recording projects, including the ones below, and is now head engineer at Sound Gallery Studios

 

He has produced the following albums

Sound and Music

Duncan has worked as a Sound Designer on numerous Theatre productions including those for the National Theatre, English Touring Theatre, Theatre Alibi, and Exeter Northcott

Theatre Alibi – Spies
Curiosity Shop – Theatre Alibi

Duncan has written the music for many theatre productions as well as contributing music to film and video projects.

He has also assisted other composers including Dominic Muldowney (Nineteen Eighty Four, Sharpe, Bloody Sunday), Paddy Cunneen (Boy A, Afterlife, Angels In America). Gary Yershon (Mr Turner, Another Year), Helen Chadwick (Truth, Dalston Songs) and Jonathan Dove (Man on The Moon, His Dark Materials)

Playing and Programming

Duncan plays live with GRICE and has also been MD and played keyboards for many theatre productions, including at the National Theatre.

Duncan on stage with GRICE

Duncan has worked as samplist, keyboard and synthesiser programmer on many music and theatre productions, including many West End Musicals and National Theatre productions.

Duncan also works with GRICE programming sounds, loops and glitches for music projects and Albums.



He also programmes AV designs for GRICE live and Theatre Alibi shows.

Teaching and Sharing

Duncan has toured theatre workshops to schools all over England and Wales with the National Theatre and the Half Moon YPT, and now, with Sound Gallery, specialises in teaching Music and Music Technology to people outside of education or those in need of assistance with out of school education. Duncan has found working with vulnerable young people particularly rewarding because he enjoys adapting his methods and approach to the individual and finds learning and music making as a team helps them produce music they are interested in and enjoy.