About Paul Clay
 
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Born in England and educated in London and Oxford, Paul began his career at the famed Advision Studios in London. He was soon mixing for such producers as Burt Bacharach and Simon Napier-Bell, recording Dionne Warwick, The Who, the BeeGees, Max Roach, Otis Redding, Jimi Hendrix’s very first London recording and Marc Bolan. He went on to be a gold record winning producer for Atlantic Records with the first Yes album amongst others. 

After working as a music editor and supervisor on a variety of British movies and TV shows (The Avengers, The Professionals and The Shirley Maclaine Show etc) Paul was brought out to Los Angeles to complete the sound and music post production on the Elton John rockumentary “To Russia with Elton”. 

Staying in Hollywood, he formed his own sound company which led to Clay Digital Sound as he completed the first ever “all digital sound editorial” for a feature film. His many awards include an Emmy, several Emmy nominations as well as many Golden Reel awards and even more nominations.

Continuing the musical side of his career, Paul recently reconnected with The WHO to mix several of their previously unreleased concert films and some of their concert in NY in response to 9/11.

He continues both sides of his career in Los Angeles and London.