Earn A Music Degree From The Comfort Of Your Home

By adamack on Nov 26, 2013 in Advice , Beat Production , Music Education , News - 0 Comments

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Want to learn how to make beats? How about discovering how to record and mix your music?

Even better…would you like to learn music from the comfort of your own home, and earn a degree for it?

Well,  the world renowned Berklee College of Music is now offering the opportunity to earn a degree without leaving your home.

You can earn your Bachelor’s Degree of Professional Studies without having to worry about relocating. And it costs a lot less than the on-campus tuition.

Berklee now offers at-home programs for the following courses of study:

  • Production Software
  • Engineering
  • Mixing
  • Recording
  • Marketing
  • Touring
  • Management
  • Licensing
  • Streaming
  • Funding
  • Mobile Music

And more!

If you are interested to sign up this semester, you must hurry because they are only accepting applications through December 3, 2013.

To sign up and get more information, check it out here: https://welcome.online.berklee.edu/online-music-degrees.html?pid=5629

I personally learned to make beats and mix music on my own, but I must tell you that it took me a long time to get where I’m at.

It took thousands of hours of sitting in front of a computer, producing beats and working on mixes to develop my ear and become confident in my music making ability. And I still have a long way to go to get where I want to be.

Everybody is different, but if you want to learn how to make beats, record vocals, mix music, or learn about the music industry, you would certainly be able to reach your goals much quicker with a Berklee education to back you up.

I understand that many of you do not have the means or resources to get up and move across the country to study on their campus. So this offers the perfect opportunity to study from home, save money on your tuition, and receive a Bachelor’s degree in just about any kind of music program that you desire.

Check it out! And don’t forget to check out the beats page if you are looking for some instrumentals to write to.

Thanks for reading!

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