Hawkwind - Quark, Strangeness and Charm
Paschal Byrne

Paschal has worked in the audio post production business for more than 30 years.
His experience is wide ranging, from his early years as a cutting engineer, assistant maintenance / recording engineer ,to more recent history of specialising in mixing and CD mastering.

Much of his experience was gained from his years at 'The Decca Recording Centre' which closed in 1997, leading Paschal to set up The Audio Archiving Company in the same year. From the beginning his aim was to provide quality, service and value.

Craig Thompson

Craig has been involved with AAC as a freelance engineer since 1998.
He entered the industry in 1984, working for Polygram Records . After the closure of the Walthamstow factory, short stints followed at Lee Holme Audio and PRT Studios before joining Decca Records in 1989.
It was in the Transcription Department (alongside Paschal Byrne) that he really gained his knowledge of the analogue and digital formats, whilst producing cassette, then CD masters (ADRM's, compilations etc).

Working with Paschal since AAC's inception Craigs mastering and digitisation projects make him an important part of the company.

Ben Wiseman

Ben has been a regular freelance engineer for AAC since 2002. Coming from a musicians background originaly, he diversified into sound engineering in 2000 at Deep Recording Studios, London, before starting up independantly in music composition to picture, and some writing/producing with new artists.

Currently working from a studio in 'Stanley House' Acton when not at AAC, Ben brings his mixing and mastering experience to our team.

The Audio Archiving Company - 2009