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Music Synthesis

A Bit of Insight…

Hey everybody,

Hope you all had a stupendous Turkey Day!  It’s a nice feeling to come back and know the semester is already winding down, though some of you may be graduating this year and have started the dreaded job hunt.  Luckily, I was able to catch up with audio engineers Bill Mueller and Gavin Allen (’09) of Boston’s own 745 Studios; they gave some tips from inside the gaming industry on how to get your foot in the door:

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Audio Hijackin’

Hey y’all,

Hope midterms went well for everyone.  Did anybody have exporting issues with their projects?  Maybe some trouble getting a sample from one program into another?  Here’s a bit of software that will make upcoming final projects a bit easier if this is the case.

The program is Audio Hijack Pro.  You can get the free demo here

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Let’s talk about Rex, baby

I’m guessing most of you reading this blog have a copy of Reason that Berklee has generously bestowed upon you?  If not, I would run down to the Student Computer Support Center and see if they’ll hook you up.  Now, then.  If you’re not too familiar with the software’s Dr. Rex loop component, this might be good to try.

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Mid Term Craziness

All is hectic as the cold winds blow mid-terms through the halls of Berklee.  Yesterday was our Advanced Digital Sampling project – we took audio samples of household objects and used Kontakt to create the aural atmosphere of a dinosaur battle!

Dino Battle!

Let’s break down a couple of the sounds you’re hearing. 

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