Berkleemusiccom Offers New Courses In Winter Semester Enrollment Ends January 5

Boston, MA (December 13, 2005)--Berkleemusic.com has announced new production courses to be offered in the upcoming Winter semester. The new course offerings include "Remixing," "Hip-Hop Writing and Production," "Recording and Producing for Guitarists," "Amps, Effects and Getting Your Guitar Sound," and "Critical Listening." Enrollment for the Winter semester at Berkleemusic.com ends January 5, 2006, and courses begin on January 9.
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Boston, MA (December 13, 2005)--Berkleemusic.com has announced new production courses to be offered in the upcoming Winter semester. The new course offerings include "Remixing," "Hip-Hop Writing and Production," "Recording and Producing for Guitarists," "Amps, Effects and Getting Your Guitar Sound," and "Critical Listening." Enrollment for the Winter semester at Berkleemusic.com ends January 5, 2006, and courses begin on January 9.

Check out the following course descriptions for the new classes, and for more information on the interactive online courses, visit www.berkleemusic.com.

Remixing--Learn cutting edge techniques that go beyond just remix production, from exploiting the composing power of Pro Tools 7 to gaining the ability to hear a song's possibilities beyond its original arrangement and musical style.

Hip-Hop Writing and Production--Learn the techniques that hip-hop producers use to create hit songs. Learn writing and production considerations unique to hip-hop, how to analyze and recreate different styles of hip-hop, and how to use this foundation to produce your own songs using Propellerhead's Reason software.

Recording and Producing for Guitarists--Get incredible guitar tones in the studio by finding the right combination of recording equipment and production techniques that compliment your music and playing style.

Amps, Effects, and Getting Your Guitar Sound--Create your own unique sound by learning how to select, combine, and arrange guitar effects used by the pros, the qualities and attributes of different amps, and the characteristics of the instrument itself.

Critical Listening--Create compelling, professional-sounding songs by learning to identify the production elements that contribute to a well balanced, artful and professional-sounding mix.

Berklee's Online Coursesl
www.berkleemusic.com