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Music Production Process

Authors: Michael Bierylo , David Mash

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How does a musical idea make its way from a composer's imagination to a CD or MP3 file that you listen to? Learn about the different stages of the music production process from Berklee College of Music Vice President for Information Technology David Mash and Berklee College of Music faculty member Michael Bierylo.

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