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2022 Music Production Master’s Grads Awarded by iZotope, Sweetwater, and Slate Digital

Six members of Berklee Online’s Music Production master’s class of 2022—Kristen Long, Dan Minchom, Rossely Paul, Owen Longjohn, Craig Limey, and Christopher T. Thompson Sr.—have been recognized with awards for their excellence in music production for innovation, multicultural diversity, and engineering.

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Jesús Valdés Rodríguez, better known as Chucho Valdés

Cuban Music Fusion: Pianists to Put in Heavy Rotation

In this sneak preview of a lesson from the upcoming Latin Piano Styles course, we look at how Cuban musicians traveling to perform abroad in the early part of the twentieth century created a natural mix of styles and opened the doors to brand new flavors of musical fusion.

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What is the Best DAW (Digital Audio Workstation)?

If you want to begin a career in recording music, you just need a personal computer with a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation). Here’s a list of the different DAWs to help you pick which one is best for you.

Meet Aitor Etxebarria, Composer of Netflix’s ‘Intimidad’

A graduate of Berklee Online’s master’s degree program in Film Scoring, Aitor Etxebarria is the composer of the recently released Netflix series “Intimidad.” In this interview he discusses his creative process and his experience working in the film industry, as well as the music he made as El_Txef_A, long before he started composing for film.

10 Berklee Online Courses to Get Back to Basics

As a musician, learning is a lifelong journey, and if you are looking to acquire new musical skills, there is no better place to start than with these 10 Berklee Online intro courses.

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Berklee Online Announces Three New Degree Programs

Berklee Online will unveil three new degree programs over the next year: a Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Music Studies, a Bachelor of Arts in Voice Performance, and a Bachelor of Arts in Piano Performance.

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Video Game Music: A Look into the Past and Present

Take a closer look into video game music of the past, and how it has impacted the present (and might impact the future). Plus, learn how listeners are enjoying video game music outside of the gaming context.

Seba Stephens and his professional certificate from Berklee Online

Seba Stephens (Age 10) Earns a Professional Certificate from Berklee Online

Seba Stephens—and his dad, Everett Stephens—share what it’s been like for a 10-year-old who took to music so young and so fast, taking music courses at a college level.

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Berklee Online Collaborators Win 2022 Daytime Emmy Award

Berklee Online course authors Brad Hatfield and Gaye Tolan Hatfield have earned a 2022 Daytime Emmy Award, along with Lydia Harrell, Jeff Meegan, and RC Cates, for “Outstanding Original Song.” The winning track is titled “Grateful For It All” and appeared on the soap opera “The Young and the Restless.”

Martha Reeves on Dancing in the Street, the Vandellas, and the Motown Sound

Summer’s here and the time is right for revisiting this interview with Martha Reeves, reflecting on the timeless appeal of “Dancing in the Street,” how the social movements of the 1960s compare to the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as her storied career with Motown.