Inspiration for Music Makers
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I am always very excited to be one of the first to bring news of a cool product to the general public. As known by many of you who have reached out with questions about my choice of amps
Singer-songwriter Josh Rouse dropped by the Berklee Online offices not too long ago to speak with instructor Mike King about the music industry.
We are very proud to announce our partnership with Avid as we utilize Pro Tools as the foundational software for our online bachelor of professional studies degree in music production.
I love a great story around a pedal. I recently received an Electro-Harmonix B9 Organ Machine by mail. I picked it up at the Berklee mailroom during my lunch break.
What does it take to write a hit song? Many of us are familiar with the perfect pop song formula – keep it under 3:30, stick to 4/4 time, etc.
In jazz, you will encounter only seven kinds of diatonic seventh chords (from major, melodic minor, or harmonic minor keys). This article will show you how to voice lead smoothly and easily between these chords and their variations.
Musician Neil Codling, known for his work with Suede and the Penguin Cafe, offers tips for recording and tracking drums, bass, guitar, and backing vocals.
Learn how to master the major and minor music modes with this excerpt from Berklee Online’s Music Theory 201 course by Paul Schmeling.
Berklee Online music production instructor Erik Hawkins discusses how a song evolves from demo to mix to master.
PledgeMusic co-founder and Berklee Online instructor Benji Rogers stopped by our Boston offices to offer his advice on touring, merchandising, and more.