Berklee in the Classroom: Electronic Production and Design
Berklee's Electronic Production and Design (EP/D) Department encourages students to explore the use of technology in the service of art. EP/D majors combine performance, composition, and orchestration with computer, synthesis, and multimedia technology, and often go on to careers in film or video game sound design, production, or performance. Our video team sat in on the Interactive Video Programming and Performance class, taught by professor Neil Leonard, where students create full sensory experiences—sometimes improvised on the spot. Watch the videos below to get a taste of the class and meet Leonard, department chair Kurt Biederwolf, and three students.