Title: “Technical Tour – Berklee College of Music”
Berklee College of Music is a major contributor to the vibrancy and musical culture of Boston. Its outstanding world-renown programs include a rigorous core curriculum, instruction on a range of principal instruments, and a wide variety of majors and minors including jazz composition, music production and engineering, film scoring, performance, and electronic production and design.
One of Berklee’s most recent additions to its campus is right around the corner from the ASA Meeting site, and this exciting tour will include visits to major performance spaces, a new multi-purpose cabaret-style venue, recording studios, a “dub stage” and sound track production suite. These spaces include examples of room acoustics design for studios and rehearsal spaces, high sound isolation details, and state-of-the-art studio gear, all in a new stunning urban environment. The tour will include visits to these spaces with input from the acoustical designers (Acentech Incorporated and WSDG (Walters-Storyk Design Group)), the architect, Berklee administration, as well as hands-on introduction to the studio equipment use by staff and students of the College, for interactive discussions on site.
Architect / Acoustician John Storyk, Founding Partner & Director of Design – WSDG, Dirk Noy, Partner & Director of Applied Science, WSDG & Renato Cipriano, Partner & Director of Design, WSDG will be attending and leading this ASA tour at Berklee College of Music.
Berklee College of Music is a short walking distance (across the street) from the Hynes Convention Center. The tour will depart from the street level foyer of the Hynes Convention Center at 1:15 p.m. and is planned to take 2 hours from departure to return.
Register for this tour at https://associationsciences.org/ASAM/Login.aspx