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Transfer Students Hit Their Stride at Berklee Online

Traditional four-year music programs can be restrictive to active musicians. Three students share their stories about how transferring to Berklee Online has allowed them to pursue their music careers close to home and on the road.

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A Musician’s Guide to an Effective Website and SEO Best Practices

Websites allow artists to share their music and shape their messaging exactly how they want. Here you’ll learn where to begin when designing your artist website and the components that make a website effective.

The Music Modernization Act and 4 Steps Songwriters Can Take Now to Prepare for It

Ask not what the Music Modernization Act can do for you. Ask what you can do to get ready for the Music Modernization Act.

Why Non-Commercial Radio Matters to a Musician’s Career

With the advent and increasing popularity of streaming, there’s no denying that the world of radio has changed. However, non-commercial radio continues to offer unique opportunities to reach new fans and connect with communities across North America and beyond.

How Chromeo Built Their Sound

Patrick “P-Thugg” Gemayel breaks down Chromeo’s extensive synth collection.

Splice Studio Makes Remote Music Production Collaboration Easier

Berklee Online music production instructor Erik Hawkins teamed up with his students to test out the remote collaboration program, Splice Sounds.

Forensic Musicologists Need to Know These 5 Things

When Dr. Joe Bennett is not acting in his position as a vice president for Berklee College of Music, he investigates copyright infringement in the music industry as a forensic musicologist.

Ozone 8 vs. LANDR: Which Is the Better Artificial Intelligence Mastering Program?

More and more mastering assistant programs have been popping up online that use artificial intelligence. We compare, contrast, and recommend.

Jazz Solo Improvisation with Gary Burton

Jazz legend and Berklee Online instructor Gary Burton shares his tips for jazz solo improvisation.

Four Critical Listening Tips for Songwriters

One of the most important techniques you can learn as a songwriter is how to listen critically. We start by breaking the different components of a song into four large moving parts: Melody, Chords, Lyric, and Groove.