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Berkleemusic and Ableton Team Up at Winter NAMM

Anaheim, CA (January 27, 2006)--Executives of Boston's Berklee College of Music and the Berkleemusic.com online school met at Winter NAMM with Ableton, developers of the Live audio and MIDI sequencer software. Berkleemusic.com features the online course, "Producing Music with Ableton Live," which was updated during the Fall 2005 semester to accommodate changes in the latest Live 5 software programs.
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Anaheim, CA (January 27, 2006)--Executives of Boston's Berklee College of Music and the Berkleemusic.com online school met at Winter NAMM with Ableton, developers of the Live audio and MIDI sequencer software. Berkleemusic.com features the online course, "Producing Music with Ableton Live," which was updated during the Fall 2005 semester to accommodate changes in the latest Live 5 software programs.

Pictured at NAMM are (l-r): Rutger de Groot, Ableton Commercial Director; Martin Fröhlich, Ableton Product Manager; Dave Kusek, Berklee College of Music VP; and Barry Kelly, Berkleemusic.com Marketing Manager. Photo by David Goggin."We feel that online education, with the ability to update and adapt with the rapid changes in technology, is the ideal way to satisfy the demands of the musicians, engineers and producers of tomorrow," remarked Dave Kusek, Berklee College of Music VP. Berkleemusic and Ableton met at NAMM to develop future courses utilizing Ableton Live and are actively co-marketing the course and software together.

"Education is an essential component of our strategy at Ableton," explained Rutger de Groot, Ableton commercial director. "We are very excited that the Berkleemusic online extension school has been able to offer Live users worldwide the very latest teaching tools to match our continual advancement. We look forward to growing our relationship with Berklee."

The Spring semester at Berkleemusic.com begins April 3, 2006

To learn more visit: www.berkleemusic.com