Dan Gross ’08, Erik Groysman ’11, and Gray Bashew ’11, the mad minds behind the music of Comedy Central's Drunk History, discuss how they meet the high demands of composing for a cable television show using only home studios, strong organization, and teamwork.
Whether you're creative, technically minded, or both; this workshop promises to challenge your perspective of digital music technology outside of Berklee.
Join David and Yael Penn of Hit Songs Deconstructed for their astonishingly detailed analysis of today's top hits.
Compression is an essential tool for just about any mix in every style of music. From subtle smoothing to aggressive smashing, compressors can help make your mixes louder and more modern-sounding. In this workshop, we will look at how compressors work and techniques for dialing them in to suit your tracks.
Are you an aspiring artist looking to get a jump start on your career, but don't know where to start? With tips and tricks provided by guest speaker, drummer, and consultant Jimmy Pemberton, you will leave with the motivation to kickstart your career and the proper steps to get you there.
Come learn how to use the cutting edge production tools made by iZotope. Brandon Carroll, producer, Berklee alumnus and iZotope specialist will present an event focused around composing and producing a song using creative tools such as BreakTweaker, VocalSynth and Iris 2—aimed at anyone writing music and looking to expand their production skills
The Sound Design Network, a student led group, presents the Video Game Sound Design program at Berklee. What exactly is sound design?
Interested in music production? In this event, Learning Center staff will produce a song using Ableton Live, touching on virtual instruments, audio recording, and effects.
Multi-Emmy-nominated SESAC composer Danny Lux will visit and discuss his scoring process. Moderating the conversation will be Erin Collins, SESAC Vice President for Film, Television and Developing Media and Alison Plante, Chair of Film Scoring. Erin Collins will also be available to answer any questions about SESAC.
What should be archived, why and how? Join us as Toby Scott and Brad Mindich share their experiences developing the archives of Bruce Springsteen and other major artists.
How does a composer use song themes in the underscore for a Bollywood film? And if there is more than one composer on a film, each using their own musical scales, what is the Bollywood score composer to do to make them fit together harmonically?
Join us for an interview with composer Rich Vreeland ’09 and sound designer Akash Thakkar ’12, two Berklee alumni who worked in tandem on the hit indie game Hyper Light Drifter.
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.