Tuesday, July 29, 2014 - 6:00pm

One of the features of Reason that makes it unique among DAW’s is it’s incorporation of the concept of control voltage into a virtual production studio. Control voltage, commonly referred to as CV, is a method of controlling the different components or modules in a modular synthesizer. Pioneered by Robert Moog and Donald Buchla in the 1960’s, CV in modular synthesizers allows for a near limitless array of sounds. Reason takes this idea one...

Friday, August 1, 2014 - 1:00pm

With finals coming up soon, many Berklee students have projects to print and submit to their professors. Often, it is confusing how the edits to scores and parts interact with Linked Parts in Finale. When it comes time to print you probably don't have time to waste sending the same job to print time and again simply because you had some issue with page setup. In this workshop we will discuss preparing parts and scores for printing in Finale...

Tuesday, August 5, 2014 - 1:00pm

REV is not a "reverse" button like the one on your DAW or sampler. It’s a world of sound design for producers, composers and musicians based on reverse elements. Packed into 4 powerful engines with over 14gb of content, REV includes complex synths, real instruments, multi-layered organic pads, loops, rises, pulses, swells, stutters and more. All sounds can be locked to tempo.  Check out more info at ...