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Dr Phillip McIntyre

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY

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Phillip McIntyre has been involved in the music industry for the past thirty years. In this time he has been a songwriter, instrumentalist, musical director and manager for various groups dealing with promoters, record companies and distribution labels. He has previously managed a section of a large music retailer and his work as a music journalist entailed interviewing and writing feature stories on a wide range of musicians including David Bowie, John Fogerty, Paul Kelly, Don Walker, Daniel Johns, Mandawuy Yunupingu, Tim Rogers and many others. He has produced and presented a local music radio program on 2NUR‑FM as well as currently sitting on its Advisory Board. He owns and operates a production service, producing and engineering sound and video recordings. A number of the music videos he has produced, directed and edited have been broadcast on ABCTV and he continues to produce and engineer sound recordings for local artists. He is a respected industry figure in Newcastle having worked with well known professionals such as Silverchair, TMG and the Cockroaches. He has taught in the Ausmusic Basic Music Industry Skills course at TAFE, which included  Daniel Johns as a student in the songwriting course he taught, as well as teaching courses for the Music Industry Training Package at WEA. He began teaching and researching at the University of Newcastle in 1994 and achieved a full time continuing position in 1999. His academic interest is in creativity, innovation and cultural production. His PhD research investigated the creative process of songwriters as cultural producers. He has since published widely in this area. He has been a member of the Editorial Board of  Perfect Beat: The Pacific Journal of Research into Contemporary Music and Popular Culture and is a reviewer for the Art of Record Production international conference proceedings for 2007-2011. He is a current member of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA) and the Asociation of the Study of Art of Record Production (ASARP). His most recent media production was a documentary series on the wine industry for ABC Radio entitled 'Vintage Stories'. He teaches sound production and media studies courses in the discipline of Communication and Media at the University of Newcastle where he is the Head of Discipline for Communication and Media in the School of Design, Communication and Information Technology. He spent part of 2010 on leave in the United Kingdom where he was a Visiting Fellow at Leeds Metropolitan University working with a sound production research group in the Faculty of Information and Technology. His most recent book, Creativity and Cultural Production: Issues for Madia Practice (2012) has been released through Palgrave MacMillan.

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QUALIFICATIONS

PhD (Media and Communication) ( Macquarie University ), 2004.

Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) (Hons Class I) (The University of Newcastle), 1994.

Graduate Certificate in the Practice of Tertiary Teaching (The University of Newcastle ), 2005.

Intermediate Certificate, Institute of Contemporary Audio Engineering, Newcastle, 1989 (Dux).

10-week Community Radio Broadcasting Course, Newcastle Technical College and 2NUR-FM, Newcastle, 1993.


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RESEARCH INTERESTS

Creativity and Innovation, Media and Communication, Creative Practice as Research, Cultural Production, Popular Music, Songwriting as Creative Practice, Radio Production.

 

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PHD THESIS

McIntyre, P. Creativity and Cultural Production: A Study of Contemporary Western Popular Music Songwriting,
PhD Thesis, Macquarie University, 2004.

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PUBLICATIONS
Book 

McIntyre  P. (2012) Creativity and Cultural Production: Issues for Media Practice (Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan).

Book Chapters 

McIntyre, P. (2013) ‘Creativity as an Emergent Property of Systems at Work’ Chan, J. & Thomas, K. (eds) Handbook of Creativity (London: Edward Elgar) (forthcoming).

McIntyre, P. (2012) 'Rethinking Creativity: Record Production And The Systems Model' in Frith, S. & Zargorski-Thomas, S. (eds) The Art of Record Production: A Reader for a New Academic Field (London: Ashgate), pp. 149-162.

McIntyre  P. (2010) ‘Songwriting, Creativity and the Music Industry’ in Robert Sickels (ed) Volume 2: The Business of Entertainment – The Music Industry, Praeger Publishers International, Westport Connecticut, pp 1-20.

McIntyre  P. (2008) ‘The Systems Model of Creativity: Reorienting the Analysis and Teaching of Creative Practice’ in Phil Fitzsimmons (ed) Creative Engagement ebook (in press – accepted 4/2/08).

McIntyre, P. (2003) ‘Never Mind the Bullocks: The Tex Pistols and Tamworth’ in Phil Hayward (ed) Outback and Urban, AICM Press, Gympie Qld., pp 145-158.
Refereed Journal Articles 

Morey, J. & McIntyre, P. (2012) ‘Examining the Impact of Multiple Technological, Legal, Social and Cultural Factors on the Creative Practice of Sampling Record Producers in Britain’, Journal on the Art of Record Production, Issue 7, Nov 2012,  http://arpjournal.com/2165/examining-the-impact-of-multiple-technological-legal-social-and-cultural-factors-on-the-creative-practice-of-sampling-record-producers-in-britain/ (accessed 6/11/12).

McIntyre, P. (2012) 'Constraining and Enabling Creativity: The Theoretical Ideas
Surrounding Creativity, Agency and Structure', The International Journal of Creativity and Problem Solving, 22(1), 43-60.

Fulton J. & McIntyre, P. (2012) 'Journalist on Journalism: Print Jopurnalist' Discussion of their Creative Process' , Journalism Practice, Vol 7 No 1.

McIntyre, P. (2011) ‘Systemic Creativity: The Partnership of John Lennon and Paul McCartney’, Musicology Australia 33/2, December, pp. 241–254.

McIntyre, P. (2011) ‘Rethinking the Creative Process: The Systems Model of Creativity Applied to Popular Music Songwriting’ Journal of Music Technology and Education, 4/1, pp. 77- 90.

Kerrigan, S. & McIntyre, P. (2010) ‘The ‘Creative Treatment of Actuality’: Rationalising and Reconceptualising the Notion of Creativity for Documentary Practice’, Journal of Media Practice, Vol 11 No 2, pp111-130.

McIntyre, P. (2008) ‘Creativity and Cultural Production: A Study of Contemporary Western Popular Music Songwriting’, Creativity Research Journal, , 20:1, pp 40-52.

McIntyre, P. & Paton, B. (2008) ‘The Mastering Process and The Systems Model of Creativity' , Perfect Beat: The Pacific Journal of Research into Contemporary Music and Popular Culture, V8 N4, pp 64-81.

McIntyre, P (2008) 'Creativity and Cultural Production: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Understanding Creativity Through an Ethnographic Study of Songwriting' in Cultural Science, V1,N2, http://cultural-science.org/journal/index.php/culturalscience/issue/view/3/showToc

McIntyre, P. & McIntyre, E. (2007) ‘Rethinking Creativity and Approaches to Teaching: The Systems Model and Creative Writing’, International Journal of the Book, V4 N3, pp 15-22.

McIntyre, P. (2007) ‘Copyright and Creativity: Changing Paradigms and the Implications for Intellectual Property and the Music Industry’, Media International Australia incorporating Cultural Policy, N123 May, pp 82-94.

McIntyre, P. (2006) ‘Paul McCartney and the Creation of ‘Yesterday’: The Systems Model in Operation’ in Popular Music, V25/N2 , 2006 pp. 201-219.

McIntyre, P. (2001) ‘The Domain of Songwriters - Towards Defining the Term ‘Song’’ in Perfect Beat: The Pacific Journal of Research into Contemporary Music and Popular Culture,V5 N3, July.

Letter or Note

McIntyre, P. (2004) Book Review of Jason Toynbee (2002) ‘Making Popular Music: Musicians Creativity and Institutions’, Arnold, London in Perfect Beat:The Pacific Journal of Research into Contemporary Music and Popular Culture, Vol 6, n4. 2004 (ISSN 1038-2909)

Full Written Refereed Conference Papers

McIntyre, P. (2012) ‘An Overview of Communication Theory: From Transmission Models to Creative Systems’, Anyanwu, C. & Green, K. (eds) ANZCA 2012 Adelaide: Communicating Change and Changing Communication in the 21st Century Conference Proceedings, University of Adelaide/ University of South Australia, Adelaide, July 2012 (accepted – forthcoming).

McIntyre, P. (2011) ‘Bringing Novelty into Being: Exploring the Relationship Between ‘Creativity’ and ‘Innovation’’,  ANZCA 2011 – Communication on the Edge: Shifting Boundaries And Identities, The University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand, 6-8 July 2011,  http://www.anzca.net/conferences/anzca11-proceedings.html.

McIntyre, P. & Morey, J. (2011) ‘‘Working out the Split’: Creative Collaboration and Assignation of Copyright across Differing Musical Worlds’, 5th Art of Record Production International Conference, Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds UK, Dec 2010 in Journal on the Art of Record Production, Issue 5 http://arpjournal.com/content/issue-5/

Regan, B., Nesbitt, K. & Mcintyre, P. (2011) ‘Incorporating Practitioner Based Enquiry into Software Development Research’, 15th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS 2011), Queensland University of Technology/University of Queensland Business School, Brisbane, July, http://mlaa.com.au/pacis2011/proceedings.htm

McIntyre, P (2010) ‘Communication and the Creation of Media Content: A Practitioner-Based Enquiry Study of Popular Music Songwriting’ in K. Macallum (Ed.) ANZCA 2010 Conference: Media, Democracy and Change, University of Canberra, Canberra, 7-9 July.  

Paton, B. & McIntyre, P. (2009) ‘Audio Mastering: Experimenting on the Creative System of Music Production’ The Second International Conference on Music Communication Science, 3-4 December 2009, Sydney, Australia http://marcs.uws.edu.au/links/ICoMusic09/index.html pp75-78.

Fulton, J. & McIntyre, P. (2009) ‘Creativity: A Keyword in Print Journalism’, Proceedings of the 59th Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association: Keywords in Communication, in: All Academic Research, (paper #300429, pp 1-26 ) 21-25 May 2009, Chicago.

McIntyre, P. (2009) ‘Rethinking Communication, Creativity and Cultural Production: Outlining Issues for Media Practice’, in T. Flew (Ed.) Communication, Creativity and Global Citizenship: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communications Association Annual Conference, Brisbane, July 8-10. ISBN 987-1-74107-275-4. Available at: http://www.proceedings.anzca09.org

McIntyre, P. (2009) ‘Rethinking the Idea of the Mainstream/Alternative Dichotomy in Contemporary Western Popular Music in the Light of Recent Research into Creativity’ in Strong, C and Phillipov, M, eds. (2009) Stuck in the Middle: The Mainstream and its Discontents, Selected Proceedings of the 2008 IASPM-ANZ Conference. IASPM-ANZ. ISBN 978-0-9581497-1-6.

Bryan Paton and Phillip McIntyre (2009) ‘Audio Mastering: Experimenting on the Creative System of Music Production’ The Second International Conference on Music Communication Science, 3-4 December 2009, Sydney, Australia http://marcs.uws.edu.au/links/ICoMusic09/index.html pp75-78.

Janet Fulton and Phillip McIntyre (2009) ‘Creativity: A Keyword in Print Journalism’, Proceedings of the 59th Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association: Keywords in Communication, in: All Academic Research, (paper #300429, pp 1-26 ) 21-25 May 2009, Chicago.

McIntyre, P. (2008) ‘The Systems Model of Creativity: Analyzing the Distribution of Power in the Studio’, 4th Art of Record Production International Conference, University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Nov 2008: published in Journal of the Art of Record Production, Issue 4: Supplement to ARP08, The Peer - Reviewed Proceedings of the 2008 Art of Record Production Conference http://www.artofrecordproduction.com/content/view/214/126/

McIntyre, P. (2007) ‘Rethinking Creativity: Record Production and the Systems Model’, 3rd Art of Record Production International Conference, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane Dec 10-11. 2007 (to be published as a special edition of the Journal on the Art of Record Production   http://www.artofrecordproduction.com/content/view/62/95/ ) (in press- accepted 13/8/08).

McIntyre, P. (2007) ‘Learning to be Songwriters: Creativity, the Systems Model and Domain Acquisition’, Sounds and Selves: Selected Proceedings from the 2005 IASPM Australia/New Zealand Conference (edited by Ian Collinson and Mark Evans) [Sydney, N.S.W.] : IASPM and Perfect Beat Pub., c2007. ISBN 9780975774717

McIntyre, P. (2006) 'Creative Practice as Research: "Testing Out" the Systems Model of Creativity through Practitioner Based Enquiry'  in Richard Vellla (ed) Speculation and Innovation: Applying Practice Led Research in the Creative Industries, Queensland University of Technology. Retrieved 4/8/06 from the World Wide Web:  http://www.speculation2005.net [ISBN: 1 74107 1313].

Mcintyre, P. (2006) ‘Radio Program Directors, Music Directors and the Creation of Popular Music’, in Sianan Healy, Bruce Berryman & David Goodman (eds) Radio in the World: Radio Conference 2005 pp: 449-460, RMIT Publishing, Melbourne, <http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=039631737079357;res=E-LIBRARY> (23 Jan 06) (ISBN:1921166126).

McIntyre, P. (2001) ‘The Contemporary Popular Music Industry as Field’ in Denis Crowdy, Shane Homan, Tony Mitchell (eds) Musical In-Between-ness: Proceedings of 8th Conference of the Australia-NZ Branch of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, University of Technology, Sydney (ISBN 0-9581497-0-4).

McIntyre, P. (1999) ‘The Domain of Songwriters: Toward a Definition of ‘Song’’ in Tony Mitchell and Peter Doyle (eds) Changing Sounds: New Directions and Configurations in Popular Music (IASPM 1999 International Conference Proceedings), University of Technology, Sydney (ISBN 1-86365-364-3).
Full Written Non-refereed Conference Papers

McIntyre, P. (2009) ‘Songwriting and Studio Practice: The Systems Model of Creativity Applied to ‘Writing Records’’, The 5th Art of Record Production Conference, University of Glamorgan, Cardiff S. Wales. 13th  – 15th November 2009

McIntyre, P. (2009) ‘Creative Practice as Research: Synthesising Theory and Practice’ [Keynote Paper] Interventions & Intersections, School of Communication Arts, University of Western Sydney, June 15, 2009.

McIntyre, P. (2009) ‘‘I’m Looking Through You’: An Historical Case Study of Systemic Creativity as seen in the Partnership of John Lennon and Paul McCartney’, Collaborations: Creative Partnerships in Music, The Performance and Social Aesthetics Research Unit (PASA), Monash University, Monash Conference Centre, Melbourne, 4-5 June, 2009.

McIntyre, P. (2007) ‘Cold Chisel: Cool, Creative or Clods?’ Music on the Edge: Contemporary Popular Music Studies, Australia/New Zealand Branch of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music Annual Conference, Otago University, Dunedin, New Zealand, Nov 30-Dec 2, 2007.

McIntyre  P. (2007) ‘The Systems Model of Creativity: Reorienting the Analysis and Teaching of Creative Practice’ in Creative Engagements: Thinking with Children - 3rd Global Conference, Sydney http://www.inter-disciplinary.net/ati/education/cp/ce3/s4.html (accessed 15 April 07). 

McIntyre, P. (2007) ‘Creative Practice as Research: 'Testing Out’ the Systems Model of Creativity through Practitioner Based Enquiry’, 7th Annual Conference of Early Career Academics, University of Newcastle-Treehouse.

McIntyre, P. (2006) ‘Examining the Systems Model of Creativity: An Overview of the Researcher’s Current Program’, 6th Annual Conference of Early Career Academics, University of Newcastle-Treehouse.  

McIntyre, P. & Paton, B. (2006) ‘Don Bartley and The Systems Model of Creativity: Mastering as a Domain of Knowledge and Its Relationship to Record Production’, Whose Music?: Popularity, Industry and Property, Australia/New Zealand Branch: International Association for the Study of Popular Music), JMC Academy, Sydney, June, 2006.

McIntyre, P. (2005) ‘Learning to be Songwriters: Creativity, the Systems Model and Domain Acquisition’, Contemporary Popular Music Studies Conference, Australia/New Zealand Branch of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music Annual Conference, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand, December 3-6, 2005.

McIntyre, P. (2005) ’Creativity and Cultural Production: A Study of Contemporary Western Popular Music Songwriting’, 5th Annual Conference of Early Career Academics, University of Newcastle-Treehouse.

McIntyre, P. (2002) ‘The Creation of Paul McCartney’s Yesterday: Romanticism or Rationalism?’ 25th National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, Newcastle.

McIntyre, P. (2002) ‘Never Mind the Bullocks: The Tex Pistols and Tamworth’ Inaugural Country Music Conference of the Australian Institute of Country Music, Gympie Qld.

McIntyre, P. (1995) ‘Newcastle Songwriters: Locally Rooted but World Citizens’, Tolerance, Diversity and Social Inequality: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) National Conference, Newcastle, December 4-8.

McIntyre, P. (1995) ‘The Creative Processes of Published Songwriters in Newcastle N.S.W.’Popular Music: Places and Spaces, IASPM Australian-New Zealand Conference, Melbourne, June.
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Major Recorded Work phillip 07

McIntyre, P & McIntyre, J. (2009) (Co-Producer/Recordist/Editor/Music Composition) Vintage Stories, (53min 11 episode radio documentary series) ABC Regional Production Fund, broadcast free-to-air April-May 2009, online at: http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2009/03/09/2511189.htm

McIntyre, P. (2004) (Executive Producer/Producer/Engineer) Waking Hour, (44min recorded music CD SONIC022), Supersonic Music Shed, MGM Distribution.

McIntyre, P. (2003) (Producer/Engineer/Songwriter) Late Starter: Not Always the Favourite(49 min recorded music CD), Peter Mackie, Neanderthal Productions.

McIntyre, P. (1997) ( Producer/Arranger/Engineer/Songwriter) Texas Radio and the Big Beat, (43 min recorded music CD PMP047), ‘Texas Radio And The Big Beat’, PMP Records.  

 

Minor Written or Recorded Works

McIntyre, P. (2004) (Producer) Rock’n’ Roll, (4min 30sec Digibeta promotional video) Supersonic Music Shed, screened on ABCTV.

McIntyre, P. (2004) (Producer/ Engineer) ‘Sucker Punch’ (3min 48sec recorded song released on Rock ‘N’ Roll recorded music CD SONIC023 Supersonic Music Shed, PMP Records.

McIntyre, P. (2004) (Producer/ Engineer) ‘Not My Kind’ (3min 41sec recorded song released on Rock’N’Roll recorded music CD SONIC023 Supersonic Music Shed, PMP Records.

McIntyre, P. (2003) (Producer/ Engineer) ‘Can’t get Her Out of My Head’ (4min 30sec recorded song released on Waking Hour recorded music EP (CD) PMP021 Supersonic Music Shed, PMP Records.phillip 08

McIntyre, P. (2003) (Producer/ Engineer) ‘Out of Sight (Out of Mind)’ (3min 56sec recorded song released on Waking Hour recorded music EP (CD) PMP021 Supersonic Music Shed, PMP Records.

McIntyre, P. (2003) (Producer/ Engineer) ‘What You Mean to Me’ (4min 30sec recorded song released on Waking Hour recorded music EP (CD) PMP021 Supersonic Music Shed, PMP Records.

McIntyre, P. (2003) ‘Composing Music: Popular Music Since 1950’ entry in John Whiteoak & Aline Scott-Maxwell Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia, Currency House Inc., Sydney.

McIntyre, P. (2002) ‘Liner Notes’ Mark Tinson: Steelville Cats (40 min recorded Music CD MT2002), Newcastle.

McIntyre, P. (2001) (Producer/Director/Editor) Grey Skies End (3min 21sec Betacam promotional video) Supersonic Music Shed, screened on ABCTV.

McIntyre, P. (2001) (Producer/Director/Editor) Love is Everything (3min 8sec Betacam promotional video) Supersonic Music Shed, screened on ABCTV.

McIntyre, P. (2001) (Assistant Mixer) Wot? Me Sing!, (45min recorded music CD) Peter Mackie, DNN Label.  

McIntyre, P. (2001) (Executive Producer) All in a Day, (12min 48sec recorded music EP(CD)) Supersonic Music Shed, PMP Records.

McIntyre, P. (Executive Producer) Supersonic, (13min 55sec recorded music EP(CD) PMP017) Supersonic Music Shed, PMP Records.

McIntyre, P. (Editor) Children of the Revolution, 5mins VHS, promotional music video for rock band ‘Weld’.

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McIntyre, P. (1997) (Producer/Director/Camera/Editor) John Doyle aka Roy Slaven, 22 min video biography of radio and television broadcaster, Screened at Open City Film Festival.

McIntyre, P. (1996) (Producer/Engineer/Mixer) Gorillafish, Recorded music EP (CD) for rock band ‘Gorillafish’.  

McIntyre, P. (1994) (Sound Mixer/Music Composition) Towards Bicultural Awareness, (22min Betacam documentary on ethnic communities' children and their special requirements at pre-schools in the Hunter area), Funded by the Dept. of Human Services and Health.

McIntyre, P. (1993) (Producer/Director/Camera/Editor) Paris Island, 5min Umatic promotional music video for rock band ‘Boris and the Karloffs’.

McIntyre, P. (1993) (Producer/Director/Editor)  Wasteaway, 6mins Umatic promotional music video for rock band ‘Texas Radio and the Big Beat’.

McIntyre, P. (1993) (Producer/Director/Camera/Editor) Hunter Regional Dance Company, 10min Umatic documentary on establishment of dance company focussing on Artistic Director, Screened at Australian Documentary Conference, Sydney.

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Articles in Newspapers and Popular Magazines (O1)/( O2)

‘Silverchair’s Daniel Johns + Dance Guru Paul Mac: The Dissociatives’ Attitude, No 43 Winter 2004.
‘Paul Kelly Talks About the Oldest Story in the Book’ Uturn, May 12, 2004.
‘The Waifs’ Uturn, May 31, 2004.
‘The Many Faces of David Bowie’ Uturn, Mar 3, 2004.
‘Moon Still Risin’: John Fogerty/ Creedence Clearwater Revival’ Concrete Press, Dec 22, 1998.

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‘Do Ya Play Any Chisel: Don Walker/Cold Chisel’ Concrete Press, Dec 8, 1998
‘Twinkle Twinkle: Ben Lee’ Concrete Press, Dec 8, 1998.
‘Weddings Parties Anything: Jen Anderson’ Concrete Press, Nov 24, 1998.
‘You Am I: Tim Rogers’ Concrete Press, Aug, 1998.
‘Midnight Oil: Bones Hillman’ Concrete Press, July 8, 1998.
‘Reigning Over Rock: John Williamson’ Concrete Press, Jun 23, 1998.
‘Superflying Hard Ons: Hard Ons/ Peter Black’ Concrete Press, Feb 24, 1997.
‘The Cruel Sea: Jim Eliot’ Concrete Press, Dec 30, 1997.
‘Hoodoo Gurus: Dave Faulkner’ Concrete Press, Dec 16, 1997.
‘The Heroes; Mark Tinson’ Concrete Press, Dec 2, 1997. 
‘Super Freaks: Silverchair/ Chris Joannou’ Concrete Press, Dec 2, 1997.
‘Elegantly Wasted: INXS/ Andrew Farriss’ Concrete Press, Nov 5, 1997.
‘Barbed and Ready to Shock: The Angels/ Rick Brewster’ Concrete Press, Nov 5, 1997.
‘Puppet, Pauper, Pirate, Poet, Pawn and King: Stephen Cummings’ Concrete Press, Oct 21, 1997.
‘The Master of Mastering! Or Who Put the Oomph: Don Bartley’ Concrete Press, Sept, 1997.
‘The Real Alternative: You Am I /Russell Hopkinson’ Concrete Press, Jul 29, 1997.
‘The Balladeer: Paul Kelly’ Concrete Press, Jul 1, 1997.
‘The Damned: Dave Vanian’ Concrete Press, Apr 15, 1997.
‘The Ghost in Bruce: Bruce Springsteen’ Concrete Press, Feb 18, 1997.
‘Howling Saints; Chris Bailey’ Concrete Press, Feb 4, 1997.
‘The Gang: Gangajang/ Mark Callaghan’ Concrete Press, Dec 23, 1996.
‘Jetsetting: Screaming Jets/ Grant Walmseley’ Concrete Press, Dec 23, 1996.
‘Foot to the Floor: Ian Moss’ Concrete Press, Dec 10, 1996.
‘Circus Maximus: Hoodoo Gurus/ Mark Kingsmill’ Concrete Press, Dec 10, 1996.
‘Sting: Falling with Mercury’ Concrete Press, Nov 12, 1996.
‘Filthy Lucre: The Sex Pistols’ Concrete Press, Oct 15, 1996.

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‘Breathe Again: Midnight Oil/ Rob Hirst) Concrete Press, Oct 1, 1996.
‘..so the Rumour Goes: Blue Rumour’, Concrete Press, Sept 17, 1996.
‘Rockabilly Attack: Attack of the 30ft She Monster’, Concrete Press, Sept 3, 1996.
‘Interstellar Galacticians: Doradus’, Concrete Press, Aug 20, 1996.
‘Checking in to the Paradise Motel: Matthew Bailey’ Concrete Press, Aug 6, 1996.
‘Fish and Gorilla Chips: Gorillafish’ Concrete Press, July 9, 1996.
‘Little Hornet’, Concrete Press, June 25, 1996.
‘Frooty Rhythms, Mystical Sounds: Natural Mystics’. Concrete Press, June 11, 1996.
‘Still Shooting for the Top: Shoot Lucy’ Concrete Press, May 28, 1996.
‘A Tribal Voice and Much More: Yothu Yindi/ Mandawuy Yunupingu’ Concrete Press, May 14, 1996.
‘Life’s a Circus: Circus Life’, Concrete Press, April 30, 1996.
‘The Earles of Wyndham: Wyndham Earle’, Concrete Press, April 2, 1996.
‘Lowriding With the Fabulous Thunderbirds: Kid Ramos’ Concrete Press, Mar 19, 1996.
‘Sacred Hearts in the Field of Music: Paul Field’ Concrete Press, Mar 5, 1996.
‘Midnight Howling All the Way to Byron Bay’, Concrete Press, Feb 20, 1996.
‘Tamworth and the Tex Pistols: Mark Tinson’ Concrete Press, Feb 6,  1996.
‘Radio Birdman and Deniz Tek’ Concrete Press, Jan 23,  1996.     
‘It was 1976: Radio Birdman Story/ Philip Hoyle’ Concrete Press, Dec 26, 1995.    
‘Still Rolling in the April Sun: Dragon Retro Ball/ Marc Hunter’, Concrete Press , Dec 12, 1995.
‘Skazoo’, Concrete Press, Nov 28, 1995.
‘Tex Pistols’, Concrete Press, Nov 14, 1995.
‘Face First: Faceplant’, Concrete Press, Oct 31, 1995.
‘One Belle of a Diva: Belle Diva’, Concrete Press, Oct 17, 1995.
‘Pucko Talks Music Life and Other Bits: Pucko’, Concrete Press, Oct 3, 1995.
'Fish And Chips for Gorilla!: Gorillafish', Concrete Press, Sept 5, 1995.
'Shooting Stars: Shoot Lucy', Concrete Press, Aug 22, 1995.
‘The Natural Mystics’, Concrete Press, Aug 8, 1995.

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GRANTS:

 

Investigator(s)

Year

Project Title

Grant Body

Amount

Mcintyre

2002

Gympie Country Music Conference

UoN Travel Grant

$317

Eklund, Kerrigan & McIntyre

2004

The Living History of Fort Scratchley: Representing a Site of Historical and Community Significance in the Newcastle Local Government Area.

UoN Collaborative
Research
Grant

$10,000
UoN
$10,000
NCC

McIntyre

2004

Research Assistance

Faculty Science & IT
RIBG

$2,000

McIntyre

2005

Creativity and Cultural Production: A Study of Contemporary Western Popular Music Songwriting

School of DCIT PhD Completion Research Grant

$3,000

McIntyre

2005

Research Assistance

Faculty Science & IT
RIBG

$2,500

Mcintyre

2005

A Case Study of Domain Acquisition in the Systems Model of Creativity: Investigating a Mastering Engineer’s ‘Habitus' through Practitioner Based Enquiry (PBE).

School of DCIT
Seeding Grant

$2,500

McIntyre

2006

Acquisition of audio and video equipment to facilitate ethnographic projects

Faculty Science & IT
IGC

$1,830

McIntyre

2006

Acquisition of audio and video equipment to facilitate ethnographic projects

Faculty Science & IT
RIBG

$4,112

Eklund, McIntyre

2006

The Living History of Fort Scratchley, Newcastle: Representations of a Site of Cultural and Historical Significance

ARC Linkage Grant (application unsuccessful)

$96,201

McIntyre

2006

Acquisition of audio and video equipment to facilitate ethnographic projects

School of DCIT RIBG (application unsuccessful)

$5,941

McIntyre

2006

Comparing the Western Intellectual Traditions of Creativity and Innovation with Eastern Understandings: An Ethnographic Study of Traditional Chinese Guqin Players.

UoN Strategic Pilot Research Grant (application unsuccessful)

$19,972

Williams, Cowdroy, Ostwald, McIntyre

2006

Development of Practical Applications for a Theoretical Framework for Learning and Assessment of Creativity in Design Education.

Carrick Institute Teaching Research Grant (application unsuccessful)

$250,000

McIntyre

2007

Conference: Music on the Edge: International Association for the Study of Popular Music ANZ Conference 2007, Dunedin, NZ.

UoN RGC Travel Grant

$487

McIntyre

2007

Marking Relief.

FSIT ECA Teaching Relief Grant

$495

McIntyre

2007

Conference: Art of Record Production 2007, Creative Industries Dept QUT, Brisbane.

FSIT ECA Networking/Conference Grant

$1,162

McIntyre

2007

Research Assistance

DCIT Staff Research Funding

$4,055

McIntyre & Duffy

2008

Adopting Sustainable and Innovative Farming Practices in
Mid-North Coast N.S.W. in Response to Climate Change
Partner Organisations:
NSW DPI
Landcare Australia
Mid North Coast Organics
Hastings Landcare Inc
Bellingen Landcare Inc
Manning Landcare
Nambucca Landcare
CCA

DEWHA Caring For Our Country Open Grants
(application unsuccessful)

$115,068

McIntyre

2008

Report on Mid North Coast Creative Industries

MNC Creative Industries Research Project
(application unsuccessful)

$28,192

McIntyre, P. & McIntyre, J.

2008

Vintage Stories: 10 part Radio Documentary Series on NSW Wine Industry

ABC Regional Production Fund

$16,103

McIntyre

2008

Creating Value Conference 2008, Creative Industries Dept QUT, Brisbane.

FSIT ECA Networking/Conference Grant

$1,100

McIntyre

2009

Creativity and innovation in Australia: Discovering the impact of the rapid uptake of digital technology on songwriter’s creative output.

ARC Discovery Grant
(application unsuccessful)  

$198,180

McIntyre

2009

RA/ Conference funds

DCIT Staff Research Support Grant

$3,460

McIntyre

2009

ARP Conference Cardiff, Wales, UK.

FSIT ECA Networking/Conference Grantt

$2,640

McIntyre 2011

Innovation in Music Production in a Digital World: Discovering the Impact of the Uptake of Digital Technology on Songwriter’s Creative Practice

ARC Discovery Grant (application unsuccessful)

$198,166
McIntyre 2011 ARP Conference, San Francisco, USA FSIT/DCIT Travel Grants $3,000

 

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ADMINISTRATION:

Head of Discipline, Communication and Media, School of DCIT, 2006-2012.

Member, DCIT School Executive Committee, School of DCIT, 2007-2012.

Member, DCIT Research Committee, School of DCIT, 2007-2012.

Communication Honours Program Convenor, School of DCIT, 2002 & 2004-2010.

Member, Faculty Research & Research Training Committee, Faculty of Science & IT, 2009.
 
ECA Representative, Faculty of Science & IT, 2008-2009.

Member, RHD Progress Committee, School of DCIT, 2005-2006.

Member, CT&L Committee, School of DCIT, 2006.

Member, Faculty Research Training Committee, Faculty of Science & IT, 2005.

Member, Research and Research Training Committee, Schoolof DCIT, 2005.

Chair, Bachelor of Communication (Honours) Review Committee, Faculty of Science & IT, 2004.

Convenor of the Honours Working Party, School of DCIT,, 2002.

Convenor of the Library Working Party, School of DCIT, 2002.

Acting Head of Department, Department of CAMA, Dec 2001.

Audio Area Coordinator, Department of CAMA, 2001.

Member of the Consultative Committee to the PVCs of Science & It and Education & Arts, BA (CS) program review, 2001.

BA(CS) Honours Coordinator, Department of CAMA, 1999 -2001.

Library Liaison Officer, Coordinator, Department of CAMA, 1998-2001.

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SUPERVISION
 

PhD

Principal Supervisor

Cultural Production, Habitus and the Construction of a City’s Identity [completed].

PhD

Principal Supervisor

Creative Documentary Practice: Internalisng the Systems Model of Creativity Through Documentaries Video and Online Practice [completed].

PhD

Principal Supervisor

Print Journalism and the Creative Process [completed].

PhD

Principal Supervisor

Rock this City: A History of Pub Rock in Newcastle , NSW (1973-1987).

PhD

Principal Supervisor

A Study of Authorial Decision Making in the Creation of Contemporary Australian Children’s Literature.

PhD

Principal Supervisor

Finding Your Voice: Exploration of the Creative Activities of the Freelance Writer.

PhD

Principal Supervisor

Effect of Centralisation on Regional Radio: Case Study of the Super Radio Network (SRN) in Northern NSW and South East Queensland

MCA

Principal Supervisor

A Playwright’s Toolkit: The Instruments, Tools and Agency of a Playwright in the Creative Writing Process [completed].

MA

Principal Supervisor

Defining the Basic Electronic Skills Required for Music Educators: The Case of the Master of Music Technology Program at the University of Newcastle .

Hons

Principal Supervisor

Welcome Valley: An Investigation of Refugees Living in the Hunter from 1949 to 2005 via an Oral History Project Presented as a Radio Documentary [completed].

Hons

Principal Supervisor

Closing the Gap Between Product and Audience: A Case Study of the Promotion of the 'It's A Kinda Magic' Concert Tour of Canada , US, Singapore , Hong Kong , Australia and New Zealand [completed].

Hons

Principal Supervisor

Practice Makes Performance: The Concept of Flow and its Relationships to the Creative Process in Independent Music Recording and Video Production [completed].

Hons

Principal Supervisor

A Study of Authorial Decision Making in the Creation of Contemporary Australian Children’s Literature [completed].

Hons

Principal Supervisor

Finding Your Voice: Exploration of the Creative Activities of the Freelance Writer [completed].

Hons

Principal Supervisor

Agency and Structure as a Complementary Pair: The Art versus Commerce Debate in the Newcastle Music Scene [completed].

Hons

Principal Supervisor

Making A Voice Show Reel: Investigating The Systems Model of Creativity Through Practitioner-Based Enquiry  [completed].

Hons

Principal Supervisor

The Creative Process – A Practical Investigation into the Stages of the Creative Process through Planning and Managing the LeapFrog Ability ‘Art of Caring’ Art Competition and Exhibition [completed].

 
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TEACHING

Dr McIntyre currently teaches the following courses at the University of Newcastle in the Bachelor of Communication Program:

CMNS1234 Introduction to Communication Theory
CMNS1130 Media Production: Sound Production
CMNS2350 Contemporary Popular Music: Cultural Production and Use     
CMNS3310 Communication Creativity and Cultural Production                  

In the Communication and Media Arts program he has taught, and continues to teach, across a variety of courses. As of 2005 these included;

CMNS3320 International Media Studies
CMNS1050 Introduction to Audio Communication
CMNS3110 Digital Video Post Production
CMNS111 Mass Communication and Society,
CMNS261 Narrative Studies,
CMNS266 Television Studies,
CMNS105 Radio 1 
CMCS267 Introduction to Sound
CMNS2040 Music Video                                    
CMNS3130 Advanced Video Production
CMNS3300 Broadcast Journalism         
CMNS3370 Sound Project
CMNS1060 Audio Programmes                                      
CMNS2670 Soundscape Studies                                    
CMNS3070 Advanced Audio Communication 
CMNS2050 Radio Industry Studies
CMNS2600 Audience Studies
CMNS2310 Principles of Sound              
CMNS4100 Communication Honours I: Research Methods
CMNS4120 Communication Honours II: Directed Readings

When Phillip McIntyre commenced studying for his Honours degree as a mature age student at the University of Newcastle in 1994 he lectured in the Communication & Media Arts program at the University. The courses he initially lectured in 1994 were; CMNS260 Audience Studies and CMNS261 Narrative Studies.

Following his Honours year, he lectured and tutored in a variety of courses at the University. For the Department of Sociology and Anthropology he lectured in; SOCA227 Contemporary Popular Music: Cultural Production and Use, as well tutoring in; SOCA110 Introductory Sociology.

The Department of Leisure and Tourism also engaged him to tutor in;

LEIS324 Popular Culture and Society,
LEIS325 Technology and Social Change and
LEIS105 Background to Media Studies.

The courses he has taught at the Hunter Institute of Higher Education (TAFE), from 1995 to 2000, included:

8810BR The Crucial Role of Radio in the Music Industry   
8801BH Songwriting Methods
8810BV Video Production                                                          
8810BS Live Sound Production  
8810BW Basic Copyright in the Music Industry                           
8810BU Lighting           
8810BX The Use of Contracts in the Music Industry.                    
8810W Principles of Retailing.
8810P History and Styles of Rock Music in Australia .                  
8810CV Promoting Your Music
8810CV Principles of Music Marketing.

The courses he has taught with WEA as part of the Music Industry Training Package include:

CUSSOU12A Digital Editing
CUSMCP02A Songwriting
BSXFM1404A Participate Lead and Facilitate a Team 
CUETEM2A Manage Systems
CUSSOUO9A Mix sound sources  
CUSMGE12A Critical Listening

 

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GUEST LECTURES   

2008 Guest Lecture for Prof Phil Hayward, Honours Research Seminars, Department of Contemporary Music Studies Macquarie University (entitled Creativity and Songwriting).

2006 Guest Lecture for Dr Peter Henderson in HIST1070, The World in the Twentieth Century (lecture entitled ‘Technological Change and Communication in the Twentieth Century’). 

2004 Guest Lecture for Dr Beatrice Trefalt in HIST1070, The World in the Twentieth Century (lecture entitled ‘Technological Change and Communication in the Twentieth Century’). 

2003 Guest Lecture for Dr Beatrice Trefalt in HIST1070, The World in the Twentieth Century (lecture entitled ‘Technological Change and Communication in the Twentieth Century’). 

2002, Guest Lecture for Dr Rosalind Hilton to the Conservatorium of Music Honours and Masters Group.

1999, Guest Lecture for Dr Penny Warner-Smith in LEIS3240 Popular Culture and Society.

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COMMUNITY

Chair, Peter Pickhover Memorial Fund Committee, 2009 - 2012.

Member, Editorial Board, Perfect Beat: The Pacific Journal of Research into Contemporary Music and Popular Culture, 2006-2011.

Member, 2NURFM Advisory Board, 2005-2012.

Member of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), 1995 - 2002 and 2005 – 2012.

Executive Member, Australian and New Zealand Communcation Association (ANZCA), 2009 – 2012.

Member, Association for the Study of the Art of Record Production (ASARP), 2010-2012.

Reviewer for the Journal of the Art of Record Production (JARP), 2009-2012.

Member, Judging Panel, ABC Music Awards, 2007 - 2009.

Member, Newcastle City Council Music Working Group, 2009.

Member, Judging Panel, ABC Regional and Local Radio Awards, 2007.

Member, TINRadio Advisory Board, 2007.

Member, Advisory Panel, Masters Program JMC Academy, Sydney, 2007.

Reviewer for Artof Record Production Conference, http://www.artofrecordproduction.com/ 2007-2011.

Associate Editor for volume of the International Journal Of The Book associated with the 4th International Conference on the Book (Boston, 2006), Commonground Publishing,www.book-journal.com, 2007.

Reviewer for Research into Practice Conference, Hosted by the Centre for Research into Practice, Faculty for the Creative and Cultural Industries, University of Hertfordshire UK, http://www.herts.ac.uk/artdes1/research/res2prac/confhome.html  2006-2008.

Member of the Planning Committee for Newcastle Music Week, 2004-2006.

Member of the Australian Musicological Society, 2002-2003.

Member of the Consultative Committee for the 1233 ABC Music Awards, 2002.

Member of the Steering Committee for the Jane Groeneveld Popular Music Industry Feasibility Study funded by the Hunter Area Consultative Committee and Department of Employment Workplace Relations & Small Business, 1998.

Inaugural Member of the Hunter Music Industry Development Board, 1994.

Member Hunter Society of Business Communicators, 1994.

 

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CONSULTANCY

Phillip McIntyre’s aptitude for project management and creative output can be seen in the specific example of his active involvement in the management of the award winning band Supersonic. supersonic 01


Supersonic have been declared winners of five competitions, including the prestigious National youthweek.com RockIT 2000 song competition funded by DETYA and the Hard Rock Café Future Rock 2002 national band competition. Phillip has been executive producer for four of their CD releases, and produced a number of their songs, which have been played on media nationally and internationally. He has also shot, edited and/or produced three of their most recent video recordings all of which were aired on ABCTV. The establishment, organisation and maintenance of Supersonic’s multimedia website, which can be viewed at http://www.supersonicmusic.com.au was also his executive responsibility.

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The most recent project Phillip was involved in for Supersonic ran from 2003 to 2004 and was primarily funded by the band’s activities and a group of investors. Phillip was instrumental in negotiating this funding. The project involved the coordination and oversight of the recording, manufacture, release and promotion of a popular music single, an album of songs and a video, as well as the business management of the musical group involved. Phillip undertook the planning, budgetary and oversight responsibilities during this project period (2003-2004). The project also required engaging a PR firm (AMB), a manufacturing plant (MAD) as well as negotiating conditions and terms with a commercial distributor (MGM) for the product. The project also saw him acting as the producer of a promotional videoclip using an eight person crew. The management of this entire project by Phillip McIntyre eventually involved the organisation of the work and transportation of five personnel touring across the east coast of Australia. supersonic 07

 

Phillip McIntyre’s management and creative expertise was instrumental in the success of this project. Furthermore, Phillip’s extensive involvement in this project formed a significant basis for the ethnographically oriented participant observation aspect of his doctoral research. The research not only included this participant observation but also included a number of in-depth interviews (see also selected music press articles above), survey and document analysis.

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MEDIA APPEARANCES   

1233 Friday Fire-up, Panel Show, October 2012.

1233, 'Abbey Road Anniversary', Jenny Marchant Drive Program, September 2012.

1233 Friday Fire-up, Panel Show, May 2012.

2NURFM, Interview re New Book, April 2012.

1233 Tinno's Songwriting Session on the Carol Duncan Drive Show, September, 2010.

1233 Tinno's Songwriting Session on the Carol Duncan Drive Show, June, 2010.

1233 2NC 'Cold Chisel' Jill Emberson Show, December, 2009.

1233 2NC ‘Friday Fire-Up’ Garth Russell's Drive Show, September, 2009.

1233 2NC ‘Woodstock Anniversary / Les Paul Deceased’ Jenny Bates Morning Show, June, 2009.

1233 2NC ‘Friday Fire-Up’ Garth Russell's Drive Show, April, 2009.

1233 2NC ‘Silvio Berlusconi’s Media Gaffes’ Garth Russell's Drive Show, April, 2009.

1233 2NC ‘Release of New U2 Album’ Garth Russell's Drive Show, April, 2009

1233 2NC 'Cover Versions: Celine Dion's Cover Of AC/DC's You Shook Me All Night Long', Garth Russell's Morning Show, June, 2008.

1233 2NC 'Catchy Choruses: Old Man River's Aria Nominated La Song', Garth Russell's Morning Show, May, 2008.

1233 2NC 'Using Music in Advertising: Smashing Pumpkins sues Virgin Records' , Jenny Bates' Morning Show, March, 2008.

1233 2NC 'Aging Rockers: Rod Stewart Concert', Garth Russell Show, Feb, 2008.

1233 2NC 'Mornings' interview with Garth Russell re 'The Return of Vinyl', July 2007.

1233 2NC 'What Makes a Good Song' Maynard's Evening Show, July, 2007.

1233 2NC The Anniversary of Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' Carol Duncan program, June, 2007.

1233 2NC ‘Mornings’ Interview with Garth Russell re Authenticity: Silverchair and the Monkees, April, 2007.

ABC Radio Queensland, ‘Statewide Queensland’ Afternoons with Ingrid Just re Heavy Metal study, March, 2007.

1233 2NC ‘Breakfast’ Interview with Garth Russel re Heavy Metal study, March, 2007.

1233 2NC ‘Breakfast’ Interview with Garth Russel re Billy Thorpe’s Demise, March, 2007.

1233 2NC ‘Two Men and Jen (Half-Hour Panel Discussion on Issues of the Day)’, Jen Fleming’s Afternoon program, December 2006.

1233 2NC Half-Hour Panel Discussion on Issues of the Day, Madeline Randall’s Afternoon program, November, 2006.

AMRAP (Australian Music Radio Airplay Project) online, ‘Musical Creativity: Kim Fitzpatrick explores the common myths surrounding creativity and song writing with Dr Philip McIntyre from the University of Newcastle, Love Parade, Mark Wells and Colourfast’, [available as broadband podcast or mp3 download] http://www.amrap.org/fmn.php?pageid=69&nodeid=405 (accessed 8/9/06).

1233 2NC ‘Two Men and Jen (Half-Hour Panel Discussion on Issues of the Day)’, Jen Fleming’s Afternoon program, June 2006.

1233 2NC ‘Two Men and Jen (Half-Hour Panel Discussion on Issues of the Day)’, Jen Fleming’s Afternoon program, May 2006.

1233 2NC ‘Two Men and Jen (Half-Hour Panel Discussion on Issues of the Day)’, Jen Fleming’s Afternoon program, March 2006.

1233 2NC ‘Grammy’s Preview’ John Clarke morning program, February 2006.

1233 2NC ‘Sexy Songs’ Lindy Burns afternoon program, July 2005.

1233 2NC ‘Songs Your Parents Loved to Hate’ Lindy Burns afternoon program, May 2005.

1233 2NC ‘Protest Songs’ Lindy Burns afternoon program, April 2005.

1233 2NC ‘Doctor of Rock’, Lindy Burns Afternoon Program (Local Music Segment), Nov 2004.

ABC National TV Newcastle after the BHP Shutdown’, Sunday Afternoon Arts Program, September 2004.

2SM  ‘Anniversary of the Star Hotel Riot’ (networked to 29 stations Australia wide) September 2004.

Sydney Morning Herald, ‘The Night the Star Exploded: Twenty-Five Years after the Infamous Newcastle Riot, Many Are still’ (story by John Huxley), Friday 17 September, 2004 .

ABC Radio National ‘What Makes A Good Song?’ The Deep End program hosted by Vickie Kerrigan, May 2004.

ABC Mid West and Wheatbelt WA, ‘What Makes A Good Song?’ Di Slater’s Drive Show, Oct 2003.

105.7 ABC Darwin ‘What Makes A Good Song?’, Oct 2003.

1233 2NC ‘What Makes A Good Song?’ Lindy Burns afternoon program, Oct 2003.

1233 2NC ‘What Makes A Good Song?’ Lindy Burns afternoon program, Sept 2003.

1233 2NC ‘What Makes A Good Song?’ Lindy Burns afternoon program, Aug 2003.

1233 2NC ‘What Makes A Good Song?’ Lindy Burns afternoon program, Aug 2003.

1233 2NC ‘Songs’ John Clarke Morning Show, Aug 2003.

Entry in The Who’s Who of Australian Rock & Roll. (5th ed) Five Mile Press, Melbourne, [compiled by Chris Spencer, Zbig Nowara and Paul McHenry], 2002.

1233 2NC, ‘Movies and Merchandising: The Release of Star Wars’, May 2002.

1233 2NC, ‘Musician’s Union’, Feb 2002 

1233 2NC, ‘George Harrison Special’, Dec 2001 

1233 2NC, ‘Madeline Randall Show’, Oct 2001.

2NURFM ‘The Good Oil’ Current Affairs programme Dec 1995

ABC Radio National ‘Arts Today’ Programme 20 Nov 1995

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OTHER CREATIVE PROJECTS

Songwriter/Musical Director/Guitar/Keyboard/Drums/Vocalist: Rum Jungle, Rush, Dee Zees,  Rhythmbusters, Boris and the Karloffs, Texas Radio and the Big Beat 1979 -2012.

Engineer  (Demonstration Recordings): Einstein’s Wireless, No Reason, Hanged Man, Wyndham Earle, Magic Bus, Men Without Shame, Housequake, The Hauntingly Beautiful Mousemoon, Supersonic, etc. 1988-2006.

FOH Engineer: Silverchair, Don Burrows Band, Steve Gibson and the New Cowboys, The Tex Pistols, Something for Kate, Floyd Vincent and the Childbrides, Tactics, Small Toys, Faceplant, Raiding Party, I Go Bang, Punch Heads and Bolt, Skazoo, Little Hornet, Men Without Shame, Natural Mystics, Soda Jerks, Heartfelt Rodneys, Supersonic, etc. 1988-2004.

Stage Manager: Cockroaches, Ted Mulry Gang, DV8, etc. 1988-2004.

Producer/Presenter: ‘Smallgoods’ local music radio program 2NURFM, 1997

Promoter/Presenter: ‘Cystic Fibrosis Benefit Gig’ February, 1997.

Assistant Recording Engineer / FOH Engineer: Pokolbin Wine Festival 1996 and 1997.

Audio Director: Open City Film Festival, 1996.

FOH Engineer: Statewide launch of the HIHE BMIS course, State Parliament House, 1995.

Producer/ Composer/ Engineer/ Mixer: Canberra Nights soundtrack, AV Research Project, University of Newcastle, 1994.

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LINKS

For further information on Phillip McIntyre's musical and research interests, see:

Vintage Stories, 53min 11 episode radio documentary series on the NSW Wine Industry co-produced by Phillip McIntyre, ABC Regional Production Fund, broadcast free-to-air April-May 2009, online at: http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2009/03/09/2511189.htm (2009).

AMRAP online ‘Musical Creativity: Kim Fitzpatrick explores the common myths surrounding creativity and song writing with Dr Philip McIntyre from the University of Newcastle, Love Parade, Mark Wells and Colourfast’, [available as broadband podcast or mp3 download] http://www.amrap.org/fmn.php?pageid=69&nodeid=405 (2006).

Feature interview in ‘The Songs That Make The Young Girls Cry?’ by Liz Giuffre for DIG online radio - 19/06/2005

http://www.abc.net.au/dig/stories/s1398146.htm

Review of Texas Radio Gig at the Bat and Ball, Sydney , Saturday 24 June 2000

http://www.ozmusicproject.net/magazine/gigreviews.asp?ID=21  

 

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© Copyright 2006 - Dr Phillip McIntyre
Updated - 21/07/2008