This course is a survey of the history and techniques used in producing surround audio.
This course provides an immersion in the techniques and methodologies used in implementing sound and music assets into a video game environment.
This course allows the student to understand the history and business of dance music from its early disco format in the '70s and '80s to its wide variety of current styles and trends.
This course is designed to focus on the musical, vocal, and technical production skills in hip-hop record production.
This in-depth, project-oriented class gives the student intensive exposure to the creative and technical issues involved in advanced music mastering, editing, and delivery.
This course focuses on beginner-level studio maintenance by combining lectures with hands-on lab activities.
This course provides advanced information and training in the science of acoustics.
As an introduction to game audio, this course provides a general overview of the stages involved in producing sound and music for games.
This course examines the technical attributes of loudspeakers that assist the recording engineer in creating the best possible product.
The Berklee Internet Radio Network Workshop supports students who wish to participate in the activities of the station, formalizing and identifying their participation in their transcripts.
This upper-level elective focuses on the technical, artistic, operational and business aspects of working in today's world as a freelance producer/engineer.
This course explores the recording and production processes of various styles of flamenco music, as well the recording of the common instruments used in flamenco.
This course explores the functional operation of Digidesign's DAW controller, the D-Control ES (ICON), used in multitrack mixdown of digital master recordings.
This course addresses recorded vocal performances and the technologies used to highlight and support them in modern record production and mixes.
This course addresses the increasingly hybrid nature of recording and mixing practices in music production.
For non-MPED majors, this course is an introduction to modern recording and mixing techniques, oriented toward musicians with the need to record themselves and others in a typical home studio recor
Monitored and evaluated professional work experience in an environment related to the music production and engineering major.
This advanced engineering elective builds upon previously acquired recording and mixing skills.
This course focuses on pinpointing the musical concept and marketplace potential of remix productions, using recording studio and DAW technology to maximize emotional and sales impact.
In this capstone project class, instructor and classmates review and advise each class member at every step during the planning and production of two or more fully professional multitrack recording