Jonathan Feist is editor in chief of Berklee Press, where he has been bringing music education products to a worldwide market since 1998. He is the author and instructor of Berkleemusic courses "Project Management for Musicians" (2012) and "Music Notation Using Finale" (2002) and author of the book"Project Management for Musicians" (Berklee Press, 2013). He is also the co-author of the books "Essential Songwriter" (Berklee Press, 2004) and "The Berklee Practice Method Teacher's Guide" (Berklee Press, 2004). Jonathan is a composer and songwriter. He holds a bachelor's and master's degree in composition from New England Conservatory of Music. Read his blog at http://jonathanfeist.berkleemusicblogs.com.
Writing Music with Finale is an online course aimed at helping musicians of all levels to use Finale to create clear notation very quickly. In twelve weeks, it covers the tools necessary for most types of notation, from lead sheets to rhythm-section and orchestral arrangements. Read more
“The course moved at a good pace for beginners but fast enough for those more familiar with the Finale software. The video demonstrations were invaluable to explain some of the techniques that are hard to describe in words.” - R. Girsberger
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