When I first decided that I wanted study at Berklee College of Music, I took a year off and studied as much as I could before my audition; it paid off. In 2009 I was accepted to Berklee College of Music as a Guitar Principal and, I also received a Scholarship. Five years later I graduated from this incredible place where I met the most inspiring musicians from all over the world.I wrote this book to help applicants prepare for the Audition and Interview process. I will describe every aspect of the process that will contribute to your acceptance to Berklee College of Music. I will talk about all the music concepts you need to learn before going to your audition; I will recommend you books, software, websites and more. I will show you how to manage your study time without leaving anything behind. I will share my experience about the audition and interview. I will tell you everything you need to know about the audition and interview process
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Matias Rengel is a graduate of Berklee College of Music, where he majored in Music Production and Engineering. He has been playing guitar since 1999.At Berklee, he studied with some of the best teachers around the world, including Tim Miller, Norman Zocher, Jim Kelly, David Fiuczynski and Andrew Maness. He was also part of the Berklee Singers Showcase which features some of the most talented musicians in school. His recordings and productions were among the best, having one of them selected for the annual MP&E showcase.As an entrepreneur, Matias co-founded ExpressDrummer.com - a collection of high quality Drum Samples recorded and mixed by him. He has also published "299 Insane Guitar Licks", a guitar instructional book.Matias currently resides in Los Angeles, CA, where he plays with the Award Winning band People The Kangaroo. He is the current producer of People The Kangaroo and many other artists including Annia, Daniela Sob and BoomDog.
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