Prince, Biggie, Lou Reed, Radiohead, and More: Berklee Online Graduate Instructors Are Kind of a Big Deal
Berklee Online has released a series of animated videos to celebrate its online master’s offerings.
Producer and Berklee Online course author Sean Slade tells how a recording session he did with Lou Reed blew up, literally!
Prince Charles Alexander may have engineered some of the most iconic rap recordings of the ’90s, but it wasn’t until he listened to the Notorious B.I.G. that he realized how much it mattered.
Susan Rogers—who teaches the graduate course Psychoacoustics in Music Production for Berklee Online—worked as Prince’s staff engineer from 1983-1987. She discusses an average day with Prince.
Enrique Gonzalez Müller has been nominated for a Grammy for his work producing the album El Paradise by Los Amigos Invisibles.
Beth Denisch’s new book presents practical ways to use counterpoint in today’s musical industry, whether you’re writing rock songs, film scores, EDM tracks, or any type of music.
Even though Mark Cross composed three pieces of music for the brand new Fifty Shades film, it’s unlikely that he and his wife will be sitting in the cinema on Valentine’s Day.
As studios and recording software become less expensive and easier to use, the tools are increasingly finding their ways into the creative songwriting process.
“The whole idea of MOOCs is to increase access to music education for people who wouldn’t necessarily have access otherwise,” Leah Waldo says.
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!