presented by John Mlynczak, Managing Director, Noteflight In a perfect world we could buy and sell all music as notation files that opened on any device and we could edit and adapt these works however we need for our ensembles all while fairly compensating the composers and arrangers of these works. Well, this is all now possible! This session will explore how digital sheet music and self publishing programs are working toward a revolutionary new approach to buying and selling music online. About Noteflight
presented by Todd Urban, Softube Product Educator Learn to maximize workflow in your mixes through the use of Console 1. Topics such as EQ, Compression, Metering, and general mixing strategies will be discussed. Get hands on experience processing your tracks while learning to maximize your session through the use of Softube and Universal Audio plugins. This event will feature two different sessions. Come learn about Console 1 during the presentation and get hands on time with the hardware during the workshop.
Join us as we celebrate the accession to the Berklee Archives of the personal collection of saxophonist David Liebman. The collection will house published and unpublished manuscripts, recordings, photographs, and memorabilia such as concert posters, scrapbooks, reviews, and even set lists. The program will feature an introduction to the collection and an interview with Liebman by Eric Jackson of WGBH.
presented by composer Joe Kraemer '93 and director Robert Krzykowski Learn how to collaborate with a director, featuring Berklee Film Scoring alum, Joe Kraemer '93. He returns to his alma mater with director Robert Krzykowski to discuss their collaboration on the new film, The Man who Killed Hitler and then the Bigfoot.
co-sponsored by the Music Business/Management and the Career Center. Presented by: Music Business Management Attorneys Valerie Lovely, Esq. and Tonya Butler, J.D., LL.M. Session I – How to Work with Producers 6:00pm-7:15pm
Work-in-progress screening featuring Q/A with techno legend Juan Atkins, the Originator
with Laura Escudé, Moldover, Thavius Beck, Rachel Z, and Dolltr!ck The performers in Tuesday night’s BPC show, Innovate: The Berklee Electronic Digital Instrument have all made significant contributions to how musicians use technology to perform. Join us for this panel discussion where they will share their perspectives on electronic performance.
Co-sponsored by the Film Scoring Network.
Join us as we discuss techniques for recording a woodwind ensemble and soloists.
Join us for an exclusive clinic with Tank and the Bangas as they stop off in Boston during their national tour with Big Freedia. Formed in New Orleans, their unique combination of Soul, R&B, Hip Hop & Spoken Word over a live band propelled them to win NPR's 2017 Tiny Desk Concert contest. Lead vocalist and bandleader Tarriona "Tank" Ball and manager Tavia Osbey will share insights into careers and management of a major label act.
Presented by Dan Gross '08, Composer, Drunk History Learn suggestions for how to keep yourself healthy and your composition together while facing daunting deadlines and impossible odds in your home studio. Think Fast! - Smart Planning and Structural Organization The inner workings of how Dan has organized the music department for Drunk History. Discover how to build and operate your ideal "music machine" environment.
Join us as well-known pianist, composer/producer, remixer Mark de Clive-Lowe demonstrates his live performance/production setup and breaks down how he uses technology as a creative tool, incorporating Native Instrument's Maschine along with a variety of synths and processing devices. He is a leading voice in 'on the fly' production and remixing. Mark combines his love for jazz and production of electronic music and blends genres with refined creative expression and an impressive technical workflow. Mark has worked with artists such as Harvey Maso
Learn how your education at Berklee can lead to a career producing content for emerging platforms such as virtual and augmented reality. Join Dan Lehrich, ’04, Senior Director of Production at Magic Leap and Panos Panay, ’94, VP of Innovation and Strategy at Berklee for an interview and Q&A.
presented by Jackson McGrail, Learning Center Peer Trainer & EPD Senior In this event, we will share practical ways to implement Serum into your tracks, and showcase the different styles of bass sounds that can be made. Serum is a software wavetable synthesizer made by Xfer Records. Capable of easily making great bass patches, Serum is often used in genres such as Dubstep, Trap, and Bass House. We will dissect bass patches in the style of artists such as Skrillex, Kill the Noise, and Virtual Riot, then practice creating sounds from scratch.
Join us for an evening of exploration and education about the VR/AR ecosystem and how organizations are tapping into these frontier technologies to encourage and inspire technologists to bring virtual reality and augmented reality into reality.
During this inaugural in a first-tuesday-of-the-month series of Women Technology Creativity workshops, we begin at 6:00pm with free burritos and time to meet each other, followed by a presentation at 6:30 by Kathryn Bostic focusing on her innovative use of hip hop in her film scores.
co-sponsored by Berklee XR and the Society of Composers Join us for an interview with Jaroslav Beck, composer of the smash VR game, Beat Saber.
Presented by Joseph DeBeasi, Composer & Music Editor and Kristin Baum, Composer co-sponsored by the Film Scoring Network Composer, conductor Joseph S DeBeasi, has been praised for his blend of creative electronic sounds and traditional instrumentation. His use of melody and harmonic subtext embody the heart of his musical storytelling.
Ableton visits Berklee as part of it's Ableton University Tour to present a series of free presentations, workshops and performances designed to inform and inspire music makers of all levels. Join us for two workshops, one focused on Production and Songwriting and the second on Max for Live. Ableton Live Workshop I: Production and Songwriting Thursday, September 27 1:00p.m.-2:00p.m. Ableton Live Workshop II: Max for Live Thursday, September 27 3:00p.m.-5:00p.m.
The contemporary producer has a variety of tools at their disposal to write songs and craft their music. Many production workflows take a hybrid approach, combining recorded instruments with MIDI tracks and utilizing a wide variety of hardware and software. In this event, we will produce a track from scratch and showcase how to record audio, sequence MIDI tracks and incorporate analog synthesizers and drum machines into your productions.
Guitarist for David Byrne, Cirque du Soleil, Cee Lo Green, will.i.am Moderated by Jeff Lockhart, Assoc. Professor, Guitar Co-sponsored by the Guitar Department
presented by Chandler Poling, White Bear PR
presented by award winning sound designer Pam Aronoff
presented by Peter Brown, Roland Product Specialist Roland’s legacy in the electronic music world is unrivaled. Whether it’s the genre defining TR-808 or the legendary Jupiter-8, Roland’s mark on the music has changed the game decade after decade. Come experience the latest Roland electronic music instruments in person. Get hands on experience with new and exciting drum machines and synths featuring Roland’s iconic sound and modern workflow.
Moderated by Prince Charles Alexander, Professor, MP&E Grammy Award-Winning Mixer/Producer/Engineer Neal H. Pogue is best recognized for his work with
presented by Keith Horn, Composer, Disney Keith Horn is a composer from Los Angeles, CA known for his work on "Muppet Babies", "The 7D", "Jake and the Neverland Pirates", and "Descendants:Wicked World".