Innovation in the Music Creator Space: Analysis suggests there are over 40M software based music creators today. We see a watershed opportunity in this space at this moment because of how technology has changed the way people create, causing an explosion in the number of people who make music and somewhat radical shift towards a more open and collaborative creative culture. Platforms like Splice have enabled this new generation of digital content creators with the ability to have whatever sound they hear in their head at their fingertips. In this roundtable, we’ll discuss how this innovation is empowering access to creativity and new revenue streams for composers. Hosted by Matt Block, John Kunkel, Israel Medina & Molly Moore
Writing, producing and pitching tracks: Trends in composition and production and pitching tracks globally. Hosted by JC Dwyer
Taking The Poser Out Of Composer. A writers roundtable; Why we write what we write; We’ll discuss our creative process, co-writing, bringing picture to life with emotion, keeping the bar high etc… Hosted by Scott Dente
Music Production in South America. How we can exchange music services. Hosted by Enzo Massardo
Quality or Quantity? How can artists, composers and music libraries alike stand out in both an over saturated and overcrowded sync marketplace? Discussions with sync entrepreneur and SyncStories CEO Eric Vasquez will include music production, opportunity vs. delivery, design, branding, web presence, creative authenticity and versatility, presentation, organization, A&R, relationship building, networking and other key topics related to the essential building blocks of a successful career in TV & Film synchronization. Hosted by Eric Vasquez.
Producing orchestral focused trailer music using samples or live orchestra. Hosted by Mike Rubino
Copying Temp Scores - How Close is Dangerous? Hosted by Richard Friedman
Intelligent Investing Strategies for composers, conductors, publishers, and the freelance music industry. Hosted by Tom Rizzo