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Gear Review: The Edge Mic from Antelope Audio and Mic Modeling Software

Can Antelope Audio’s Edge mic modeling microphones really sound like classic, high-end mics that cost thousands of dollars more?

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Learn Ambisonics with John Escobar

In this series, Berklee Online instructor John Escobar discusses the key points in understanding ambisonics, specifically what ambisonics are, how to capture them, and what to do with them in post-production.

Psychoacoustics in Music Production course author Susan Rogers.

Learn Psychoacoustics with Susan Rogers

In this video series, Berklee Online’s Susan Rogers discusses some of the principle ideas of Psychoacoustics.

Learn Architectural Acoustics with John Storyk

John Storyk began his career in the late 1960s, building Electric Lady Studios for Jimi Hendrix. In this tutorial, he teaches you all about architectural acoustics.

Learn Music Business with John Kellogg

This series of videos from Berklee Online instructor John Kellogg will help introduce viewers to key contemporary concepts in the music industry.

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.

Learn Ear Training with Gaye Tolan Hatfield

In this video series, Berklee Online instructor Gaye Tolan Hatfield introduces viewers to the most important concepts of ear training.

8 Songwriting Tips with Shane Adams

The most important quality in songwriting is melody. In this video tutorial, Shane Adams provides songwriting strategies for making your melodies stronger.

A Buyer's Guide to Vintage Drum Machines

Erik Hawkins offers tips for buying vintage drum machines, including what to look for and the best models for musicians on a budget.

Producer Sean Slade Recalls an Explosive Recording Session with Lou Reed

Producer and Berklee Online course author Sean Slade tells how a recording session he did with Lou Reed blew up, literally!