Paul Gillieron
Lecturer  AudioScape 3D  - a new ambisonic platform for sound design  
B.Sc(Hons) Physics, M.I.O.A.


Worked at Engineering Design Consultants in London, gaining experience in Architectural Acoustics and Building Services Noise Control in Auditoria, Theatres, Recording Studios, Multi – Purpose Halls, Cathedrals and Housing.


Island Records Studios – Basing Street, London.
New Roman Catholic Cathedral - Bristol.
QEII Cinema 
Hillingdon Civic Centre, Middlesex.
Heygate Housing Development – Southwark, London
Northern College of Music – Manchester. 

1971 – 76

Lecturer, Maidstone College of Art, Kent.

Co-founder of the Department of Audio Visual Studies (Film making and Video Production – specialising in sound recording and composition).


Part time lecturer and tutor at the Architectural Association London, teaching Building Acoustics. 

1976 – 80

Worked as professional musician, playing saxophone and flute. 

1980 – 84

Acoustic Consultant with Arup Acoustics, London, part of the Ove Arup Partnership.

1984 -

Director, Paul Gillieron Acoustic Design and surroundAV
Lecturer in Acoustics, Bartlett School of Architecture
Lecturer in Acoustics, University College, London
Lecturer in Acoustics, University of East London

1986 –

Co - designer with Mark Hornsby of the Ambisonic authoring and playback system for the National Centre for Popular Music, Sheffield, UK, based on the Lake HURON real time processor. System development by Tim Scott and Mick Ritchie.

Designer of the Visualiser © system for audio trajectory mapping, part of the SONIC IMAGING SYSTEM, later part of 3D AUDIOSCAPE. Co-founder of Clann na Mara, a celtic band.

1999 –

founder of BRIXTON ART SPACE, a community access arts building

2006 –

formed QUANTUM THEATRE with Godwin Vickers (HYPERCOMPLEX) to develop Godwin’s animated fractal work with 3D AUDIOSCAPE

2006 -

completed the acoustic design of the The Roundhouse, London, The Young Vic Theatre, London, The Royal Shakespeare Courtyard Theatre, Stratford on Avon.


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