John Debney’s career seemed destined for Hollywood, the son of Disney Studios producer Louis Debney, John grew up in nearby Glendale, California where he got early inspiration for film and music growing up on the Disney Studio lot.
Join us for a discussion delving into the basics of copyright. This talk will address several questions. Do I need a copyright? What can I do with my copyright? What are the different types of copyright? Can I collect royalties? What is a PRO? What is the impact of streaming on copyright? Come learn how copyright impacts you as a music professional.
Although the quality of today's virtual brass libraries is very high, recording brass players live can be a rewarding way to achieve natural sounding parts. In this workshop, we will record solo instruments and small brass ensembles, looking at methods applicable to working in orchestral settings.
In this event you will learn how to create synth sounds in various electronic dance music sub-genres like House, Techno, Future Bass & Dubstep.
Join us as Electronic Music Production Club President Stéphane Lo Jacono and Vice President Griffin Brown lead a clinic where they will discuss the techniques and concepts that are vital to electronic production in the modern day.
If you are renewing your Berklee scholarship you likely have some questions about submitting your renewal. In this workshop, staff from the Office of Scholarships and the Learning Center will be on hand to explain the process, outline the requirements and discuss any technical considerations.
Join us for an intimate conversation with K.Flay, songwriter and Interscope Records recording artist.
Roger Linn is arguably the most influential instrument designer of the past 35 years. His 1980 creation, the LM-1, was the first drum machine to use samples and swing.