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28 Jan AIM Sync 2019

We are proud to introduce AIM’s brand-new international sync licensing conference – AIM Sync.

Taking place on January 28th at the Barbican Centre, the full day conference will feature future-facing topics, interactive sessions and expert insight on the latest developments in sync.

AIM Sync will connect businesses from the key areas of sync licensing, with interactive sessions, talks and on-stage discussions from an array of industry figures working across sync licensing in film, gaming, TV, advertising, branding and more.

A range of panel discussions and presentations will take place throughout the day, covering a variety of topics including:

The Evolution of Creative Advertising
Soundtracking a TV Drama
How Sync Affects A&R
– Placing Music at the Heart of Esports

The Transition: Artist to Composer
Composing for Games
International Film Supervision
In-house Music Licensing

Speakers confirmed include:

Michael Hill (Music Supervisor – Lady Bird, Bored To Death, The Purge)
Catherine Grieves (Music Supervisor – Killing Eve, Les Misérables, The Inbetweeners)
Iain Cooke (Music Supervisor – Supersonic, Wanderlust, Dr Foster)
Peter Bradbury
(Head of Music – Sky)
Nicky Bignell (Head of Music Licensing – BBC)
Stuart Braithwaite (Mogwai)
Abi Leland
(Founder – Leland Music)
Ed Horrox (Head of A&R – 4AD)
Amelia Hartley (Head of Music – Endemol)
Matt Biffa (Music Supervisor – Air-Edel)
Ayla Owen (Head of Music – BBH)
Tristan Wilson (Downtown Music Publishing)
Jessica Curry (BAFTA Winner for Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture)
Dan Keefe (Black Sheep Studios)
Luke Hebblethwaite (UKIE)
Chris Carey (Media Insight Consulting)
Chipzel (Super Hexagon, Spectra)

More speakers and sessions to be announced…

We are proud to be partnering with the Guild of Music Supervisors and UKIE to create an expertly curated day of insight on the ever-evolving world of sync-licensing. These partnerships help us to reach new key audiences, whilst expanding our network of expert speakers, placing us at the heart of music, gaming and music supervision.

A variety of international buyers will take part in speed meetings, networking and listening sessions, creating invaluable opportunities for guests to make important connections and take home practical advice to help them achieve their business goals.

If you are making your way into the world of sync, we recommend you consider our latest AIM Academy event  ‘How To Get Started In Sync’ this is the perfect chance to cover the essentials on January 22nd, the week before AIM Sync.

AIM Members buying tickets for both ‘AIM Sync’ and ‘AIM Academy presents: How To Get Started In Sync’ are eligible for a bundle discount, applied at checkout.

Tickets for ‘AIM Academy presents: How To Get Started In Sync‘ can be purchased here.

Tickets for AIM Sync can be purchased below – remember to log in for your member discount.

Date: Monday 28th January, 10am – 6.30pm

Location: Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8DS

Member – £120 + VAT
Friends of AIM – £160 + VAT
Non Member – £250 + VAT

Bundle Deal – £130 + VAT (AIM Members Only)
*Discount will be applied automatically in your basket when checking out

Discounts are available for affiliated organisations and for students.


9:00 AM - 6:30 PM
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The Barbican Centre
Barbican Centre, Silk St
London, EC2Y 8DS United Kingdom
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AIM Sync 2019£250.00

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