In C: Creation, Connectivity, Collaboration, and Controllers
- Hosted by Berklee College of Music, Boston, May 17–19, 2019
Our title for the 14th Art of Record Production Conference is inspired by Terry Riley’s 1964 seminal minimalist work, "In C." When asked how he would describe the relationship between his drive to push technology to its limits in the 1960s and the musical possibilities that resulted, Riley replied that it was all driven by the “What if?” principles. This conference seeks to bring together scholars, artists, and innovators applying those principles to practice and research. Our C themes—Creation, Connectivity, Collaboration, and Controllers—all represent areas of movement in contemporary record production, and we invite participants to interpret them creatively as they relate to active research projects and creative work.
- Joe Bennett, Vice President for Academic Affairs—Strategic Initiatives, Berklee
- Tracy Gibbs, Assistant Director for Conference Services and Special Events, Berklee
- Katia Isakoff, Co-Chair of the 14th Art of Record Production Conference
- Shara Rambarran, Co-Chair of the 14th Art of Record Production Conference
For questions about the conference, please contact us.