Alan Moulder

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Alan Moulder

Alan Moulder (born June 11, 1959) is one of Britain's premier alternative rock record producers and is considered by many a major architect of the modern British rock sound.


Alan Moulder has worked with many bands, including: The Jesus and Mary Chain, My Bloody Valentine, The Smashing Pumpkins, Moby, The Cure, Curve (featuring his wife, Toni Halliday), A Perfect Circle, The Secret Machines, The Killers, Gary Numan, and of course, Nine Inch Nails.

Alan Moulder has worked with Nine Inch Nails on many projects, starting with The Downward Spiral, which he engineered. His next collaboration with NIN was when he produced, mixed and engineered The Fragile, as well as working on its remixed counterpart, Things Falling Apart, followed by 2005's With Teeth and 2007's Year Zero. He was also collaborator for the album Ghosts I–IV, which was released in March 2008; and co-produced the album The Slip, which was released in May 2008. He has also mixed and co-produced 2013's Hesitation Marks.

His work with the band led to him engineering various other albums for Trent Reznor's Nothing Records, including Marilyn Manson's debut Portrait of an American Family and Prick's eponymous album. Moulder was also involved in the Saul Williams album The Inevitable Rise And Liberation Of NiggyTardust!, which also saw contributions from Reznor. He has also collaborated as mixing engineer with How To Destroy Angels and HEALTH.

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