Students are immersed in the study and application of hybrid arranging and production, remixing, editing and mixing, composition, interactive music and live performance. Likewise, they may choose to explore further studio recording, DJing and turntablism, interactive video and audio manipulation, post-production, expanded composition and performance topics, controller design, and cultural studies unique to electronic music.
An intense course running from September 2013 to August 2014.State-of-the-art facilities:
Enjoy the most advanced music technology, performance spaces, and recording and post-production studios.Application period now open
We're now accepting applications for this master's program.
Students learn in individual, classroom, lab and studio settings to further their musical range by applying technology to create, compose, perform and produce music. This program is distinct from an audio engineering or electro-acoustic composition degree in its approach: students are not limited to studying audio or contemporary art music. They work in collaboration with Berklee’s world renowned faculty to develop and execute a culminating experience or thesis project that leverages music technology in a manner that best suits and speaks to their knowledge, skills, artistic vision and career goals.
“Innovative curriculum, inspiring new facilities, and world-class Berklee faculty combine in a powerful, one-year master’s program designed to propel your career to the next level.”
Stephen Webber, Program Director Music Technology Innovation