Alan Moulder

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Alan Moulder
Born (1959-06-11) 11 June 1959 (age 62)
Boston, Lincolnshire, England
GenresAlternative rock
Occupation(s)Record producer, mixing engineer, audio engineer
Years active1984–present

Alan Moulder (born 11 June 1959) is an English record producer, mixing engineer, and audio engineer.

Early life[edit]

Moulder was born on 11 June 1959 in Boston, Lincolnshire. He was educated at Boston Grammar School. He had an interest in music from an early age, listing Cream and The Beatles among his favourite artists. The first album he bought was Electric Warrior by T. Rex, and he was impressed by the quality of the recording. He joined his first band as a teenager and recorded a demo in a local studio; it was there that he realised that it had been the production that he had so enjoyed on Electric Warrior, and discovered that he was more interested in music engineering than performing.[1]


Moulder's musical career started in the early 1980s at Trident Studios in London. As an assistant engineer, he worked with influential producers like Jean Michel Jarre, drawing from them great familiarity with electronic sounds and textures. Also an engineer at Trident was Flood with whom Moulder would often collaborate in the future. Moulder assisted in one of Flood's recording sessions with The Jesus and Mary Chain, and found that the often fractious and troublesome band enjoyed working with him. The Mary Chain invited Moulder to engineer their live sounds and, eventually, to engineer their 1989 album Automatic. The album's production was praised for its combination of thick, noisy guitar with a polished, listener-friendly tone, and the Mary Chain's former label, Creation Records, soon had Moulder producing records for Ride, My Bloody Valentine and Swervedriver.

Selected production/mixing/engineering credits[edit]

Selected production credits:[2]

Personal life[edit]

Moulder is married to Curve lead singer Toni Halliday.[17]


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  16. ^ "A Perfect Circle's Billy Howerdel Goes Solo As Ashes Divide". Chartattack. 3 January 2008. Archived from the original on 12 January 2009. Retrieved 29 December 2008.
  17. ^ Howe, Zoe (2015). Barbed Wire Kisses: The Jesus and Mary Chain Story. Birrlin, Ltd. ISBN 9780857906656. Retrieved 28 October 2015.


  • Jorgl, Stephanie. Alan Moulder [1]

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