Paradise Divide: The Evolution & Exploration of an Artistic Identity
Paradise Divide is a 5 track EP that tells emotive stories of transition and growth, accompanied by complete artist branding. The goal is to combine authentic lyrical storytelling with original sound design and production to develop a fusion of genres and a sonic journey that ultimately leads to the artistic presence of Celestine. This “identity” is complete with branding, two separate EP releases, a performance portfolio, and a documented live debut of the new EP. Between the business elements of release, the struggle of songwriting, and the difficulty of learning a new DAW, there were a lot of challenges along the way. However, now the project can be used as a portfolio to pursue music after Berklee.
Valencia (Spain) Campus
Project Components: one project video, one paper, one presentation, one EP (ZIP file containing 5 .wav files and 1 .png file), one performance video, performance photos (ZIP file containing 4 .jpg files), one megamix video.
Manno, Celestine. “Paradise Divide: The Evolution & Exploration of an Artistic Identity.” Master's Project, Berklee College of Music, 2019. https://remix.berklee.edu/graduate-studies-production-technology/147.