Berklee Online presents
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.
There are so many amazing DAW programs available today, it’s hard to know which one is the right one for you.
Thinking about your music as a business venture may make you feel uneasy, but if you’re an independent artist, thinking this way can put you on the path towards a sustainable music career.
Having a dependable hard drive for your projects is a really important part of your music production rig.
One of the most important skills for any self-producing songwriter to know is how to record vocals. Here are a few quick tips, with an instructional video.
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.
If you’re going to produce a home music video, you want to make it look good. Fortunately, this doesn’t require a lot of expensive cameras and lights.
Annie Clements knows a thing or two about the music industry. For years, she’s worked as the bassist for country superstars Sugarland. We caught up with her for a chat before a show with Amos Lee.