About this Event
TRIM stands for THE ROUTE INTO MUSIC. This program is meticulously crafted to guide students towards an impactful music career by opening their mind to a different approach to creating music. TRIM is an 8 week ongoing program that started in the South Bay Correctional facility which is now partnered with BPS (Boston Public Schools), Berklee College of Music and we're making it available to the general public for a fraction of the cost!
In these 8 weeks, students will learn essential tools that will help them in their dreams of impacting the world! We know that music plays an influential part in our emotional and mental health, so this program was designed to assist in reshaping the creative process by curating clean and impactful music. Students will learn a variety of ways to create a beat, recording vocals using the industry standard software Pro Tools and songwriting. These are all fundamental elements in building a song.
In an era where hip-hop and other genres can sometimes perpetuate toxicity, our program serves as a platform for students to express their genuine narratives without perpetuating negative stereotypes. Imagine a world where music serves as a source of inspiration and encouragement rather than one that promotes discouragement and excessive sensuality. The potential impact of such a shift on future generations and contemporary society cannot be overstated. Imagine the impact that can have on the generations to come and the society we live in today. Well, at TRIM we’re experts at creating impactful music that is still exciting to listen to. Our CEO and Founder, Roy Studmire, is a HipHop songwriting and Production professor at Berklee College of Music and has an extensive track record of creating in all kinds of atmospheres. He’s successfully placed music on major networks and films such as NFL, Universal, BRAVO, USA, MTV and Netflix.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
960 Massachusetts Ave, 960 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, United States
USD 25.00 to USD 45.00