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Ever want to score a horror film, perfect your MIDI glissandi, or learn what the heck the zed clef is? Faculty answer these questions and more in this YouTube series produced by Orchestral Tools.
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Learn how to create syncable music, stand out to music supervisors, and negotiate sync deals with these tips and insights from music licensing experts.
Condensers, compressors, future-proofing, and sound-proofing—Berklee professor Benny Grotto has plenty of ideas for how to build out a personal recording toolkit.
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From classical and jazz to hard rock and the avant-garde, take a tour of the instrument’s near-limitless potential.
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The new Bachelor of Arts in Music Industry Leadership and Innovation program is training students to imagine and create the music business of the future.
Claudia Glaser Mussen, a musician and therapist, offers advice on how to cope with doubt and uncertainty in a time of global crisis.
Goose guitarist and vocalist Rick Mitarotonda B.M. '16 performed with the band at a sold-out Portland, Maine, show on July 6, 2023.
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On a new Sounds of Berklee: Goose’s live act attracts a devoted following—and the band's studio work highlights the sharp songs that spark their legendary jams.
Kris Davis at the Village Vanguard
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With her band, Diatom Ribbons, the acclaimed jazz pianist makes a live record worthy of the Vanguard's lofty legacy—and a major cover story.
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Juan Luis Guerra, Miguel Zenón, and Kristhyan Benitez are among this year's nominees.
Taylor Deneen and Claudia B are the latest Berklee artists to compete on the hit singing competition.
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