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Having a dependable hard drive for your projects is a really important part of your music production rig.
If you’re going to produce a home music video, you want to make it look good. Fortunately, this doesn’t require a lot of expensive cameras and lights.
A common question I hear from aspiring music producers is, “How can I use a sample pack to quickly build a beat?”
Berklee Online music production instructor Erik Hawkins discusses how a song evolves from demo to mix to master.
If you ever have the opportunity to visit a major recording studio, someplace where the history of recording was written, such as Abbey Road Studios in London
A couple of electronic dance music (EDM) production tricks that can come in handy for all types of beat driven, electronic music styles
Do remixes have a defined song structure? Yes they do, and for good reason. The object of a dance music remix is to get the song that’s been remixed played in the clubs.
Learn how to remix with Berklee Online music production instructor Erik Hawkins who discusses the history and renaissance of remixing.
Berklee Online instructor Erik Hawkins shares techniques for easy sound design in Reason and ways to help to develop your voice as a music producer.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve got the best gear money can buy if your studio isn’t properly set up. I can’t tell you how many home studios I’ve seen with improperly positioned monitors