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Columbia University And Berklee College Of Music Join Kadenze

Kadenze gains two new partner institutions and simultaneously announces four new MOOCs, which focus on filmmaking and audio production.

Kadenze, a MOOC platform geared towards Arts education, has racked up two more partners — Columbia University and Berklee College of Music. This means that Kadenze now has a total of 26 partner institutions, including Stanford, Princeton, and CalArts.

Kadenze Partners

New Courses

Kadenze has also announced four new courses, one from each new partner and two from California College of the Arts (CCA).

The Art of Cinematic Storytelling: First Steps
California College of the Arts via Kadenze
This course is an introduction to the methods of cinematic storytelling, with an emphasis on visual grammar and techniques.
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Introduction to 3D Modeling and Animation with Maya: Tradition Meets Technology
California College of the Arts via Kadenze
Students will learn an overview of the artist workflow as it relates to modeling, texturing, animation, lighting, and rendering. This course offers a new dimension to the process of filmmaking and design.
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Sound Design with Kontakt
Berklee College of Music via Kadenze
This four-session course explores a practical approach to composing and producing music with Native Instruments Kontakt.
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The History of Music Production Techniques
Columbia University via Kadenze
Over the past fifteen years, many of the music industry’s greatest artists have made public valuable information about how they created their iconic sounds. Through the release of memoirs and interviews, their techniques — once considered closely-guarded industry secrets and the keys to their success — are now available to anyone who wants to use them.
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