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Study Digital Performer Online with Berklee College of Music

Berkleemusic.com is the online extension school of Berklee College of Music. Their instructor-led Producing Music with Digital Performer online course takes a detailed look at each aspect of the production process, from conceiving and recording your initial idea, to mastering your final product. You'll learn how to properly set up your studio, how to record and edit for MIDI, and the techniques necessary to develop your dynamic and phrasing ideas into complete musical projects ready for CD or MP3.

  • Published: 2005-03-14 15:02:32

Producing Music with Digital Performer Book and CD-ROM

Working together, MOTU and Berklee Press bring you the ideal companion to Digital Performer: Producing Music with Digital Performer.

"I don't know of a faster way to gain such a deep and intuitive understanding of Digital Performer, so that you can master it and get right to the art of making music."
—Dave Kusek, Architect of the General MIDI Protocol and author of The Future of the Music Business

  • Published: 2005-03-14 15:02:32

Enrollment Opens for Berklee College's Online Digital Performer Course

Berkleemusic.com, the online extension school of Berklee College of Music, is now enrolling students into their instructor-led Producing Music with Digital Performer course for the spring semester, beginning on April 4th. Enrollment for the spring semester ends March 31.

  • Published: 2005-03-04 18:16:03

Artist Perspective: the Evolution of Drum & Bass

Drum & Bass veteran producer and DJ Nookie has been part of the genre's evolution for over a decade. From humble roots in pirate radio to dream deals with labels like Sony Records, Nookie is undoubtedly one of the leading names in the D&B scene. In this MOTU.com exclusive, Nookie shares his take on the evolution of Drum & Bass music and its production and distribution.

  • Published: 2005-03-02 19:13:15

The Traveler Goes Remote

The Traveler is now shipping and regular reports are coming in from delighted Traveler users about their successful remote recording adventures. In our first report, the Traveler has already proven that it's a significant leap forward from conventional field recording with a portable DAT recorder.

  • Published: 2005-02-14 00:40:00