Although brand new gear has occasionally accelerated my work, I'm usually left realizing its addition wasn’t as magical as I had hoped.
Susan Rogers—who teaches the graduate course Psychoacoustics in Music Production for Berklee Online—worked as Prince's staff engineer [...]
We all have dynamic lives that cannot be predicted. So how do we hold onto our goals? The answer is simple. It is not so important to [...]
What would you say if I told you that all you need to record a classic album is to head to eBay and pay the “buy it now” price of [...]
When people ask Pete Muller what he does for a living, he’ll usually tell them that it depends on the day.
The most important quality in songwriting is melody. If you want your melody to stand out, you shouldn’t be afraid to try notes other [...]
Alicia Bognanno of Bully was a recent guest on Berklee Online LIVE, offering helpful advice for aspiring songwriters.
As editor in chief of Berklee Press, Jonathan Feist has overseen the publication of well over 200 books. Berklee Contemporary Music [...]
School is hard enough on its own, and the added stress of trying to manage your own band or solo music career can be overwhelming.
The experience of recording my first album taught me a lot about myself and how well I work with others. It taught me to advocate for [...]
Josh Ritter says there is a time to write a song, and a time when you definitely should not write a song.