Jonathan Feist, editor in chief of Berklee Press, talks about writing his third book “Berklee Contemporary Music Notation.”
Josh Ritter says there is a time to write a song, and a time when you definitely should not write a song.
Renowned educator David Skorton has played music as a hobby for nearly 60 years, so it makes sense that when he tested the waters of online education, he dipped into a music course.
Cleniece and Christine are both musical educators based in Kenya. They both chanced upon Berklee Online courses and found them so inspirational that they used the material to teach their students.
When Luis Rivera arrived home in Puerto Rico after last weekend’s festivities in Boston, the first thing he did was place a “Berklee Alumni” sticker on his car.
Chord inversions help to smooth out motion from chord to chord, harmonize melodies, and allow smooth bass motion. On the guitar, use of inversions allows the player to be able to play some form of a given chord virtually anywhere on the neck. Inversions are your friend!
Berklee Online instructor and Ableton Certified Trainer Brian Funk (AKA AfroDJMac) demonstrates how to make an electronic beat that feels more human.