Music Production Help provides music production tutorials, tips and gear reviews for music producers. There’s something here for everybody, from the budding music producer to the experienced pro. The content is produced and curated by Berklee Online author and instructor, Erik “Hawk” Hawkins, who has written several online music courses, books and hundreds of music production articles over the years.

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  • Podcast Episode Fifteen: Stephen Davis
    Stephen Davis has written nearly 20 books about music, including the Led Zeppelin book, "Hammer of the Gods" and the brand new "Gold Dust Woman: The Biography of Stevie Nicks." The post Podcast Episode Fifteen: Stephen Davis appeared first on Take Note by Berklee Online.
  • Contemporary Counterpoint: An Interview with Beth Denisch
    Beth Denisch’s new book presents practical ways to use counterpoint in today’s musical industry, whether you're writing rock songs, film scores, EDM tracks, or any type of music. The post Contemporary Counterpoint: An Interview with Beth Denisch appeared first on Take Note by Berklee Online.
  • Podcast Episode Fourteen: Jen Cloher
    Jen Cloher has been releasing music to critical acclaim in Australia for more than a decade, but is only now receiving the international attention she deserves. The post Podcast Episode Fourteen: Jen Cloher appeared first on Take Note by Berklee Online.
  • Berklee Online Announces Master’s Degree Programs
    Yes, you read the headline correctly: Berklee Online has just announced its first master's degree programs! The post Berklee Online Announces Master’s Degree Programs appeared first on Take Note by Berklee Online.
  • Death is Real: Mount Eerie and the Art of Expressing ‘Emptiness’ through Songwriting
    Is there anything more relatable for a songwriter than another songwriter writing about songwriting? Phil Elverum accomplishes this to devastating effect on the latest Mount Eerie album. The post Death is Real: Mount Eerie and the Art of Expressing ‘Emptiness’ through Songwriting appeared first on Take Note by Berklee Online.

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