Berklee Online Launches Master Track Video Series With Behind-The-Scenes Stories About Prince, Lou Reed, Notorious B.I.G. And More From Master’s Degree Teachers

Berklee Online is releasing a series of animated videos to celebrate the unique opportunity that students in its brand new Master’s Program will have—to learn directly from some of the top minds in the music industry. Each two-minute video features a different teacher from the program, sharing a behind-the-scenes story over animated imagery that reenacts the narrative.

In the current video released with high profile copyright expert E. Michael Harrington, he tells the tale of bringing the Civil Rights-era anthem “We Shall Overcome” into the public domain. Dr. Harrington has worked as a consultant and expert witness in hundreds of music copyright matters including cases involving Lady Gaga, T-Pain, Snoop Dogg, Tupac Shakur, Mariah Carey, T.I. and much more. He will be teaching the Music Business Law graduate course for Berklee Online.

Additional videos in the series feature Susan Rogers (who will be teaching Psychoacoustics in Music Production) reminiscing about an exceptionally busy day in the life as recording engineer for Prince; Sean Slade (Culminating Experience in Music Production 1 and 2) recounting an experience where recording Lou Reedturned explosive; and Prince Charles Alexander (Commercial Vocal Production) reminiscing about how it wasn’t until he recorded the Notorious B.I.G. that he learned to appreciate hip-hop.

Berklee Online has been spreading out the release of these videos over the past few months as the application deadline approaches for the two Master’s Degree programs—a Master of Music in Music Production and Master of Arts in Music Business. This video series not only shares compelling stories but also shines a spotlight on these Berklee teachers who have made great contributions to the music industry. Their talent, experience, and knowledge is priceless and is now accessible to post-graduate students accepted into Berklee Online’s Master’s Degree programs.

Widely recognized among the top music schools in the world, Berklee College of Music in Boston launched Berklee Online in 2002 as an online option for attending their illustrious classes. Over the past 15 years, the online school has grown to offer award-winning music courses, certificate programs, and bachelor’s degree programs. They recently began accepting applications for their first online Master’s Degree programs. Berklee Online is the world’s largest online music school, teaching more than 11,000 students a year through their online degree and non-degree programs.

“This is a chance for students to spend a year doing everything they love and hone their knowledge and skills to advance their career in the music industry,” says Berklee Vice President of Online Education Carin Nuernberg.” Students will learn from world-renowned faculty in an interactive, collaborative course environment while forging connections with a network of talented industry professionals from around the globe. We couldn’t be more excited for students to apply and for the program to launch.”

The Master’s Degree program will continue with Berklee Online’s cost-effective, high-quality breadth of offerings, and will give students the chance to earn their degree for a total cost of $33,695 (tuition and fees included), which is roughly 20 percent less than the cost of an in-person degree. Students interested in learning more can head to Berklee Online’s website here.

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