Stephen is a lecturer on the Music Technology and Production BSc (Hons), and is also the course leader for Music Technology and Production (including foundation year) BSc (Hons).
Stephen Good is a lecturer in Music Production for Music Technology and Production BSc. Stephen also actively works in the industry as a producer, engineer and musician and is a member of the Music Producers Guild (MPG) and the Audio Engineering Society (AES).
Stephen is an alumnus of London Metropolitan University, having received his BSc (Hons) for Music Technology (Audio Systems) in 2009.
Since graduating, Stephen’s career in the industry has included both recording and mix engineering as well as producing, having had the privilege to work with big names such as Kate Nash, Tom Biller, William Rees (Mystery Jets) and The Jungle Drummer.
Stephen has previously been a feature writer for Drummer Magazine in the UK, guest writing articles on Modern Drum Recording Techniques, including cutting edge methods for recording, production and mixing.
Stephen joined the staff at London Met in 2016 as a lecturer in Music Production.
As an active musician himself, he has performed across the UK and Europe, supporting bands and artists including Pete Doherty (Baby Shambles, Libertines) and Supergrass. He continues to take an active role in the industry, consulting at a studio in East London, with clientele including The National, Slaves, Tom Odell and FKA Twigs, to name a few.
Stephen is a lecturer for the Music Technology and Production BSc and also covers Analysing Popular Music for the Digital Media BA.
Stephen's interests include popular music, synthesizers, music production, recording and mixing. He consistently expands his repertoire of production techniques and music industry knowledge through continued research and experimentation.
Stephen is an experienced guitarist, both with live and studio work, and he enjoys collecting and restoring vintage instruments.
Tel: 020 7320 1033