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Three New Production Classes at Berkleemusic

Berklee's online extension has three new courses set to begin on April 5, covering Pro Tools, sound design, and MIDI sequencing.

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Berkleemusic.com Offers New Music Production Classes

March 20, 2004

Berkleemusic, the online extension school of Berklee College of Music, is now enrolling three brand-new online music production courses for their April 5th semester.

Essential knowledge for engineers, producers, or hobbyists who have their own home studio up and running, Mixing and Mastering with Pro Tools will provide you with a greater understanding of advanced mixing and mastering techniques using Pro Tools.

Sound Design for the Electronic Musician walks you through the necessary steps to create your own electronic sounds and musical productions, as well as explores more detailed aspects of sound creation and manipulation using the software synthesizers provided in Logic and Reason.

Learn to create musical-sounding MIDI arrangements and gain an understanding of the roles of the various instruments and arrangements used in the creation of dance and blues music in the MIDI Sequencing Intermediate course.

Berkleemusic's Student Advisor is available toll-free at 1.866.BERKLEE (237.5533) for one-on-one advice or questions on any of these courses. To view the complete course catalog, or to enroll in an online course, please visit their web site at www.berkleemusic.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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