During Midem 2019, key global industry players will give insights, present case studies and consider best practice in the sync field, sharing their views on the current and future landscape through the following programme:
- Advice Analysis Interviews
We sit down with David Weiss, Ramsay Adams and David Hnatiuk to discuss their fantastic new online course, How to Be a Music Supervisor, or Get Heard by One.
Attorney Erin M. Jacobson on the basics of copyright terminations and why music rightsholders need to be just as knowledgeable as authors and heirs in order to stay competitive.
Attorney Steven Masur runs through the practical considerations to keep in mind when determining how much to charge for a sync license.
Drake’s plan for So Far Gone’s 10th anniversary is a model that others can follow to monetize their back catalog. Trapital‘s Dan Runcie explains how this can be achieved.
Whether you’re planning to volunteer, donate, or simply keep them in mind for the future, here are 23 music charities that perhaps might not already be on your radar…
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Want to learn more about the business of trailer music? Check out the recording of our recent webinar with Position Music’s VP of Creative Licensing – Trailers | Promos | International, Emily Weber.
Supe Troop’s Laura Katz runs through the Guild of Music Supervisors‘ suggested metadata standards when pitching your music for sync placements.
Music strategist Amber Horsburgh’s A-Z dictionary of artist brand strategy principles.
Sound Royalties CEO Alex Heiche explains how artists can build their brand and increase their reach in this new pay-per-play era of the music industry.
Want to find out what music supervisors are listening to on a daily basis? We’ve put together a list of our favourite Spotify playlists curated by some of the best in the business. Check them out now: