New music technology has revolutionized how we create, produce, and edit music. Here is one writer’s challenge to himself to explore more music technology.
Choosing the correct microphone for the job is key to achieving excellent mix results. Nowhere is this more apparent than when you’re miking a drum kit for a live show. In this course excerpt from the Microphone Techniques for Live Sound Production course, you’ll learn the right way (and some of the wrong ways) to mic a drum kit.
Whether you’re actively using AI in your music, or have some hesitations, it’s becoming increasingly clear that AI is going to be a big factor in the music industry going forward. We discuss with Berklee faculty the current state of AI in the music industry, including the tools that are available now.
Toby Francis wrote his Berklee Online sound engineering course between front-of-house gigs for the Red Hot Chili Peppers. In this extensive discussion he shares tales that were a little too gritty for the course.
Forensic Musicologist and Berklee Online instructor E. Michael Harrington—a witness in the “Blurred Lines” case—on why he wouldn’t testify that Ed Sheeran violated “Let’s Get It On” copyright. … He was asked twice!
Behind every Berklee Online decision letter is a successfully completed application, and an Applicant Advisor who has reviewed it, like Quan Yao Lim. In this article, he elaborates on Berklee Online’s application process and shares some helpful tips to consider before hitting submit.