Maurice Bom, alias Mouse, is a guest teacher of studio lab. He studied music production (now called Art of Sound) and Composition at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, and improved his skills in the producer’s profession. With his own band Tuesday Child he recorded the album Universal Playground in 1997, which was met with critical acclaim. In 1998 the band split up unexpectedly, after which Mouse continued to work as a producer for many The Hague-based bands, such as Gruppo Sportivo, The Wishing Well, and later The Polar Exploration Ship. In 2003 he released the second album by Tuesday Child called Vital Signs (in essence a solo project from his own studio l'Hermitage). Subsequently, he specialized in producing for singer/songwriters such as Keith Caputo and Femke Japing.

Mouse teaches at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague since 1997, and at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam since 2004.