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Berklee has announced that an electronic digital instrument (EDI) is now accepted as a principle...

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Berklee Adds Program For Electronic Digital Instrument Studies

Berklee has announced that an electronic digital instrument (EDI) is now accepted as a principle instrument for students wishing to study at Berklee Music.

From information provided on the Berklee website:

Program at a Glance
Upon completion of the performance core program with an electronic digital instrument, you will be able to:

  • design and configure a versatile, responsive, and musically expressive electronic performance system;
  • synthesize and integrate knowledge of musical styles to develop effective electronic performance strategies;
  • play in a variety of electronic performance modes using a variety of controllers;
  • use common types of synthesizers;
  • produce audio assets from a variety of sources, and use them in a live performance;
  • demonstrate proficiency in effect processing in a live performance; and
  • perform in solo and ensemble settings, taking on melodic, harmonic, rhythmic, and textural roles as well as arranging, mixing, remixing, and real-time compositional musical roles using all parts of one’s performance system.

Example ensemble courses:

  • ENEL-221: Electronic Improvisation
  • ENEL-403: Techno/Rave Ensemble
  • ENEL-404: Turntable Ensemble
  • ENRB-405: Techno/DJ Sampling Ensemble
  • ENRB-403: Hip-Hop Ensemble
  • ENPN-261: Synth Techniques for Live Performance Ensemble
  • ENFF-326: Improvisation on 21st-Century Grooves

Example instrument courses:

  • ILEN-333: Turntable Technique
  • ISEL-111: Performance Controller Studies (converted to an IL course)
  • ISEL-P112: Grid Controller Studies (converted to an IL course)

You can visit the Berklee website to learn more.

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