The producer, who has previously worked with Adele, Sir Paul McCartney, Florence and the Machine and Coldplay, received the prize at an event at the Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel in London last night (12 February).
Paul also won the award back in 2010 and 2013. As its recipient, he automatically received the 2015 BRIT Award for Best Producer.
Multimedia entrepreneur and former Eurythmic Dave Stewart also won the MPG’s Outstanding Contribution to UK Music Award.
Steve Levine, chairman of the MPG, said: ‘There has always been a close relationship between artists and recording professionals and we are delighted that the MPG Awards is always so enthusiastically received by those at the forefront of creating great music.
‘Once again, our winners and nominees have been involved in hugely diverse projects that cover a wide range of musical styles and genres.’
Other winners include Goldfrapp, Sam Smith and Damon Albarn.
Read the full list of winners below:
UK Producer of the Year, sponsored by The BRITS 2015
Outstanding Contribution to UK Music, sponsored by PPL
Recording Engineer of the Year, sponsored by RØDE
Mix Engineer of the Year, sponsored by Solid State Logic
Mark ‘Spike’ Stent
Mastering Engineer of the Year, sponsored by Apollo & Transco Blanx
UK Album of the Year, sponsored by Universal Audio
Goldfrapp – Tales of Us
UK Single Song Release of the Year, sponsored by Shure
Sam Smith – Stay With Me
Re-mixer of the Year, sponsored by G-Technology
Breakthrough Producer of the Year, sponsored by Musicguard Insurance:
Breakthrough Engineer of the Year, sponsored by Alchemea College:
International Producer of the Year, sponsored by Lewitt Audio & JHS:
Studio of the Year, sponsored by KMR Audio:
The A&R Award, sponsored by Prism Sound:
The MPG Award for Innovation
The MPG Award for Inspiration