- B.S., Recording Arts, Indiana University, 2016
- A.S., Audio Technology, Indiana University, 2016
Michael Stucker is associate professor of music in audio engineering and sound production and chair of the Audio Engineering and Sound Production Department at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.
He has developed and teaches a sequence of four electronics courses for the department’s majors. In 2016, he completed development of an online Certificate in Analog Audio Electronics, which is open to all students. He has also developed and teaches courses in mixing and digital production.
Stucker continues an active professional career, including work as a technical engineer and equipment designer. His technical engineering credits include John Mellencamp, The Fray, and producer/engineer Warren Huart (Aerosmith, James Blunt, X Factor). He is also an active recording engineer with credits in television, theatrical production, and live sound design in addition to many genres of music recording.
Stucker’s career has also included work with the Beaux Arts Trio, T-Bone Burnett, Howie Day, Eddie Kramer, Over the Rhine, Tori Amos, Third Watch (NBC), PBS, Robert Mirabal, Blast!, Don Gehman, David Thoener, Superchunk, and numerous others.
He lives in Indiana with his wife, four children, and many cats.