THE BORING STUFF (but without it, you can't license your songs to a TV & Film project). Donna Britton Bukevicz, Associate Member of the Guild of Music Supervisors will share all of these tips with you to ensure your songs meet a "ONE-STOP-CLEAR" song criteria. Are your songs "CLEAR" for use in TV & Film? What does "clear" mean really mean? Do you have "Work for Hires", Songwriter Split Sheets in place? Do you own the SR (Master Sound Recording)? What is a one-stop shop? You will learn why are all of these things are important.
Sonic Branding -- What is it? Learn from Peter Keys of Lynyrd Skynyrd, how he applies this when working with artists and sync. Peter will share some of his recent projects with you.
Song Production - If your music doesn't sound as good as what a Music Supervisor or Director of a Film already has, forget it, they won't give it a further listen. Samir Moussa of Ambrosia Sounds will share song samples with you and discuss the many ways a song can be produced to "sonically" be acceptable for a TV and/or Film project.
In this workshop, you will also learn valuable tips like “keeping your lyrics universal” and why it’s important.
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