Berklee Institute for Creative EntrepreneurshipLife of a Song: Clinic with Imogen Heap

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Professional Education
Electronic Production and Design
Professional Writing and Music Technology
Friday / April 12, 2019 / 1:00 p.m.
David Friend Recital Hall
921 Boylston Street
United States
photograph of artist Imogen Heap
Imogen Heap
Image courtesy of the artist

Artist in residence Imogen Heap presents her project Life of a Song, created to analyze the economics of Heap’s song “Hide and Seek” and explore its relationship with the wider music industry. From its release in 2005 to today, she will break down its revenue streams, as well as looking at other factors, such as the impact of sync deals, remixes, and samples.

This is a can’t-miss opportunity for songwriters, producers, engineers, DIY artists, and others to learn about the music business directly from a Grammy Award–winning musician, technology pioneer, and artist advocate. The clinic will be followed by a small-scale feedback session, during which students selected in advance will be able to receive input from Heap on their work. 

This clinic is part of Heap’s three-day artist residency with Berklee, which features several events.