Martin Keating is the owner and director of the London Music School. Martin trained and worked as a sound engineer for Decca Records, Morgan Studios and BucksMusic and has been an engineer for over 40 years. Martin started his engineering career at Decca Records in the classical/easy listening department and has worked with The London Symphony Orchestra, The Royal Philharmonic, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Bernard Hermann, Stokowski and legendary flamenco guitarist Paco Pena. Martin was one of the first engineers to embrace computers and new sound engineering technology when many of his contemporaries were unable to adapt to the changing industry environment. He taught sound engineering at M.I London and has worked with many world renowned bands and musicians such as John Williams, Adam Faith, John Dankworth, Led Zeppelin, Rod Stewart, Alex Harvey, Toyah Wilcox, Wishbone Ash, The Moody Blues, Bronski Beat, Dave Stewart and many more. Martin is a gifted keyboard player and vocalist and has written material for LWT and the BBC.