Learn about the music production process—including recording, editing, and mixing—and the tools available to you to create contemporary music on your computer.
|Institution||Berklee College of Music|
|Next session||To be announced|
|Estimated workload||6-8 hours/week|
Music, Film, & Audio
|Past||Feb. 2, 2015||6 weeks|
|Past||Oct. 13, 2014||6 weeks|
|Past||July 14, 2014||6 weeks|
|Past||April 28, 2014||6 weeks|
|Past||Jan. 27, 2014||6 weeks|
|Past||Oct. 14, 2013||6 weeks|
|Past||July 19, 2013||6 weeks|
|Past||March 1, 2013||6 weeks|
Note that archives might still be available for past sessions.
With the recent introduction of high-quality-low-cost software and hardware, the tools of music production are now available to the masses. Albums are made in bedrooms as well as studios. On the surface this is liberating. Anyone can make an album for the low cost of a couple pieces of gear and a software package. But, if you dig deeper, you will find that it is not so easy. Producing music requires knowledge, dedication, and creativity.
Knowledge is where this course comes in. No matter what kind of music you are making, there is a large set of tools that you ...
You should be able to perform the following tasks in a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW), such as GarageBand, Pro Tools, Logic, Live, Reason, SONAR, or Digital Performer:
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