Phelan Kane is a London based music producer, engineer, artist, developer and educator.
For almost twenty years he has been active in the music industry producing, programming, engineering, editing, mixing, performing and teaching. His credits include sources as diverse as Placebo, Radiohead, Fad Gadget, Depeche Mode, Moby, Snow Patrol, Mute, Sony BMG, Universal, EMI and Warner Bros.
For over sixteen years, Phelan has been teaching aspects of music production and music technology at HE level. He has engaged in curriculum development and design being the lead architect for six under-graduate and two-post graduate music related degrees. In 2006 he completed a MA in Audio Technology from the London College of Music and became one of the first wave of Ableton Certified Trainers in the world in 2008.
He has recently completed study for a MSc in Sound & Music Computing at the Center for Digital Music at Queen Mary, University of London. He is an active member of the UK’s Music Producers Guild, holds a PG Cert in Learning & Teaching, is an Affiliate of the Institute for Learning, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and Chairman of the Audio Engineering Society UK’s London Regional Committee.
He owns a very (un)healthy collection of audio hardware and software toys and possesses an obsession with synthesis owning many vintage analogue synthesizers such as modular systems, Moogs, ARPs and Oberheims. He is currently running the electronic music record label Meta Junction Recordings and the audio software development company Meta Function.