Members ticket price: £38.40
Standard ticket price: £84.00
Licensing music to TV, film, adverts and video games is a lucrative and crucial income stream for many independent labels. It’s an important area of business to master, and this event will give you the knowledge, tips and music supervisor contacts needed to succeed.
Having sold-out every year for the last 6 years, AIM’s ever-popular Sync Licensing conference returns on Monday 14th November 2016, in association with Music Gateway.
The evening will open with a special keynote interview with Nora Felder, music supervisor on hit shows including Californication, Roadies and Netflix Original hitStranger Things. The interview, conducted by Mute Song Head David McGinnis, will explore Nora’s illustrious career, how she chooses music and what music she’s looking for right now.
There will then be a panel discussion featuring experts on synchronisation from the worlds of TV, adverts, films and video games. The panel will discuss the following key topics:
- The process involved in placing a track
- What makes a track ‘sync-able’?
- What syncs have they done recently, and what are they looking for right now?
- What can labels do to improve their chance of achieving sync licences for their artists?
- How are deals done, and what sort of figures are involved?
- How is the sync licensing business changing?
The panel will then participate in a listening session, during which 10 tracks submitted by attending labels will be played, with the panel offering advice and suggestions on how they might be used and how to get them sync’d.
Speakers confirmed include:
- Ariel Sommer, Music Supervisor (synch2it)
- Louisa Rainbird, Creative Manager, Television (The Music Sales Group)
- Vikram Gudi, Founder (Elephant Music)
- Sarah Giles, Music Supervisor (Wave Music)
- Connie Farr, Music Supervisor (ThinkSync Music)
- Sergio Pimentel, Senior Creative (Ninja Tune)
- Nora Felder, Music Supervisor (Picture Music Company)
The panel, chaired by Simon Raymonde of Bella Union, will then take part in a listening session, with 10 tracks played and discussed from those submitted by audience members.
All attending labels will be asked to submit 1 track that will be considered for a shortlist of 10 that will be discussed on the evening in terms of their sync suitability, details will be provided following booking confirmations. The evening will conclude with networking drinks – giving all labels the chance to meet the speakers.
5.30 – 6.00PM – Registration
6.00 – 6.15PM – Welcome addresses from AIM and sponsors Music Gateway
6.15 – 7.00PM – Keynote interview with Stranger Things Music Supervisor Nora Felder
7.00 – 8.15PM – Sync Licensing panel discussion
8.15 – 9.00PM – Listening session
9.00 – 10.00PM – Networking drinks
This event will sell out very quickly, so book now to avoid disappointment!
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About our sponsor
Music Gateway have an Open Marketplace, specifically designed to allow creative and music industry professionals connect and work together in a global capacity. Get hired for service work, collaborate and get your music placed all on one platform. Not only is the platform run by their members through projects, they also have an A&R team who work with supervisors and major clients to bring the best of sync and song placement opportunities to their members. If you’re looking for tracks for your artist, songwriters to work with them or even remixers with a new sound to your existing network, this is the perfect place for you.
They are also the creators of The Private Network, which is a software designed to help companies manage their network of composers, writers, producers, artists and third party clients in one centralised area. With bespoke set-up and the ability to have instant messaging, file storage, project management, a playlist pitching tool and more, it’s the ultimate management system for anyone in the industry.
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