Berklee PULSE, Soundtrap for Education and the Take Me To The River Education Initiative present the following educational resources based on the documentary Take Me To The River New Orleans by filmmaker Martin Shore.
These lessons strive to share the story of where American music came from, promote tolerance and respect for all people and cultures, and create a deeper understanding of history and civil rights through music. Teachers can select from a variety of lesson types, including a mix of history, listening activities, hands-on musical activities (singing, transcribing, playing instruments, clapping), and opportunities to use Soundtrap, or another DAW to create unique compositions.
The Berklee PULSE® Music Method is a unique and innovative online music education portal that enables students to study, jam, and practice using interactive modules and an ever-expanding collection of popular music.
PULSE is open to anyone, with exclusive resources available through Berklee City Music and select public school partners. PULSE gives students and teachers the benefits of a Berklee education no matter where they live.
Read about Berklee Professor, Teaching Artist, and Music Technologist Claire Lim here.
Check out our new educational resources based based off the new documentary “Take Me To The River New Orleans”. Play along with the funk classic “Yes We Can Can” featuring Snoop Dogg, G-Eazy, and William Bell.
The PULSE Team has developed a few simple, yet useful tools to help with Ear Training and Tuning, as well as an online Metronome, and a Piano for reference (or just to play around for fun).
The Berklee PULSE® Music Method is a unique and innovative online music education portal that enables students to study, jam, and practice using interactive modules and an ever-expanding collection of popular music. Click here to explore our lesson modules and interactive tools.