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How to Price Your Music Composition Work in the Video Gaming Industry

If you’re first starting out scoring music for games, it’s important to know what to charge for your labor so you don’t shortchange yourself or undervalue your skills. In this article you’ll learn about industry going rate, bundling, upselling, revisions, overages, and perhaps most importantly, how to figure out what a client can afford.

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Top 10 Careers in the Music Business (and How Much Money You Can Make)

When you think of a career in music, you might start with the performers who are center stage. But when you pull back the curtain, you’ll find people with an array of music business jobs and careers that help make performances possible. And there’s money to be made here!

Berklee Online Announces Film Scoring Master’s Degree

Following its successful Master of Arts in Music Business and Master of Music in Music Production degrees, Berklee Online announces the brand new Master of Music in Film Scoring program, coming in 2020.

PODCAST EPISODE 024: Ben Vaughn Talks Television Scoring, Production, and Songwriting

Ben Vaughn is best known for his work on That 70s Show, but he also has extensive experience in production and songwriting.

Art Meets Tech: Explore the Top 10 Careers in Music Production

If your passion is the intersection of cutting-edge technology and musical artistry, then one of the many fascinating careers available in the field of music production may be perfect for you.

Creating a Contest for Berklee Online and Campus Students

Berklee Online students recently collaborated with the Video Game Music Club at the Boston campus for a scoring contest with the Videri String Quartet.

Instructors Brad Hatfield and Gaye Tolan Hatfield Nominated for Daytime Emmy

Congratulations to Brad Hatfield and Gaye Tolan Hatfield on their Daytime Emmy nomination for their work on the long-running soap opera, The Young and the Restless!