In this free four-week course, Berklee Online provides exclusive educational content that will open your eyes and ears to the vast production possibilities of Avid’s Pro Tools software.
Pro Tools Basics is taught by Chrissy Tignor, a full-time faculty member in the Contemporary Writing and Production department at Berklee College of Music. In the course you’ll learn to record a live performance into Pro Tools, how to identify the various components in the Pro Tools interface and organize session files, how to use a sampler and a synthesizer, and how to balance your production mix by adjusting levels, using pan, and applying effects such as EQ, reverb, and compression.
Chrissy Tignor is a producer, songwriter, recording engineer and vocalist with a super-synthy pop style fused with EDM and hip-hop influences. She has worked with the likes of Alex Clare, Gary Go, Bastille, Lauren Hashian, and Notting Hill Music. Her music has been synced on Discovery Channel and TLC, and she currently produces, writes, and remixes under the pseudonym Data Child.
Our master’s programs are taught by the same world-renowned faculty who teach at Berklee’s Boston campus. You’ll learn from instructors who have experience working with top-selling artists, including Susan Rogers (Prince’s sound engineer, 1983-87), John Kellogg (entertainment attorney who has represented artists including Levert, the O’Jays, and Stat Quo), and more.
Our student body in the master’s program includes working professionals, executives at industry-leading technology and business firms, members of internationally known acts, and the entrepreneurs and producers who will shape the music business landscape of tomorrow.
Further your career by learning master’s-level material with Berklee Online, the online school for Berklee College of Music. Whether you plan to apply to a master’s degree program or just want to round out your professional experience with additional education, you’ll find a graduate course or certificate to suit your needs.