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Music Sync Summit


  • By Cory Crossman


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Music Sync Summit

Friday April 13th the Jack Richardson London Music Awards & the London Music Office proudly present an afternoon focusing on music synchronization as part of Jack Richardson London Music Week 2018. We unpack music synchronization possibilities with film, television and the gaming sector. Seating is limited so sign up now. Discover one of the fastest growing segments of the modern music industry and learn what music syncronization can do for you.


INTRO TO SYNC
Mark Vogelsang - From script to the final sound mix, there are many overlooked elements of sound production that will render a film’s story successful or unsuccessful in the mind of an audience. For the past 22 years, Mark Vogelsang has captivated listeners with sonic storytelling, and inviting all to join in his explorations within the world of sound.

PUBLISHERS PANEL
Music Publishers from Arts & Crafts (Amy Eligh),  Third Side Records (Jeff Waye) and Six Shooter Records (Kim Temple) discuss their roles and how they work to license music in the film, television and gaming industry. Learn how a publishing deal works and understand how to secure one! 


MUSIC SUPERVISORS PANEL
Music is now featured wall to wall in film, television and games. As this segment of the industry continues to evolve and grow hear stories from the folks that a directly responsible to placing music. What are they looking for when selecting music? Learn the processes and importance of music supervision as 
Instinct Entertainment (Dondrea Erauw), Supergroup (David Hyman) and Vapor RMW (Gavin Alexander) shed light on there roles and how they work with the screen based industries of film, TV and gaming. 

ONE-ON-ONE MENTORING
After the panel discussions you'll have the opportunity to connect one-on-one with Music Publishers and Music Supervisors. Ask the questions and get the answers you need! 

 

Pre-registration is required 

www.eventbrite.ca/e/music-sync-summit-jrlmw-tickets-44334449532



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