Mad Professor (born with the name Neil Joseph Stephen Fraser) is a dub music producer and engineer that is known with his remix and original productions . He was born in 1955 in Georgetown, Guyana. He is cited as one of the top producers of the second wave of dub music and it is instrumental in transforming dub in the computer era. He is a productive producer that produce about 200 albums. He work with several artists such as Robbie, Pato Banton, Jah Shaka, Horace Andy, The Orb, and Brazilian DJ Marcelinho da lua, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Sly, Sade, Massive Attack.
Neil Joseph Stephen Fraser known as Mad Professor because of his fashion in electronics. He moved from Guyana to London when he is 13 years old and afterwards he start as a service technician (stepping stone in his music career). He start recording and mixing music devices and bulid his own four-track recording studio "Ariwa Sounds" in 1979 in his house in Thornton Heath. He recorded first the lovers rock bands and start recording his first album after moving in Peckham in 1982, which equipped with an eight-track setup and soon upgraded to sixteen. His "Dub Me Crazy" set of albums was supported by John Peel which frequently played tracks in the said album.