Production Music Conference Set For Santa Monica, October 17th and 18th
October 4, 2016 at 12:37 PM (PT)
The upcoming third annual PRODUCTION MUSIC CONFERENCE, hosted by the PRODUCTION MUSIC ASSOCIATION has announced this year’s full schedule of events for the confab, taking place at the LE MERIDIEN DELFINA in SANTA MONICA, CA, OCTOBER 17th and 18th.
The full schedule of events can be found here.
The expanded, two-day conference kicks off with a keynote by film composer HARRY GREGSON-WILLIAMS ("The Martian," "Shrek," "Chronicles Of Narnia"), followed by a keynote on Day Two by recording artist, songwriter and essayist D.A. WALLACH. Featuring a who's-who in the production music world, the conference will host business, creative and technology panels and will consist of industry presentations, educational seminars and networking events.
The goal of the conference is to bring together the global production music community and provide actionable solutions for our industry and our clients. The conference will inform on current trends and tools, share the creation of industry-wide technology standards, and provide a state-of-the-industry to the composing, songwriting and publishing communities. The PMC strives to provide a positive and inspired forum for attendees and, after only two years, is now a fixture in the calendar for people involved in all aspects of production music.
Registration is available here.
PMA Board Member JOEL GOODMAN will host a discussion with musician and outspoken artists’ rights activist, CAMPER VAN BEETHOVEN/CRACKER's DAVID LOWERY and LAKESHORE RECORDS industry expert BRIAN McNEILIS about the ongoing challenges to how music is valued in today’s market.
Other topics to be covered include:
- Recording, Mixing, and Mastering techniques for production music
- The Future of Global Rights and Global Licensing
- The Future of Television: Emerging Revenue Streams for a New Era
- Hack-A-Thon: 60 Minutes to Solve the Future of Music Monitoring and Monetization
- Production Music Piracy and How to Know if your Music is being Pirated
- The Pros and Cons of Covers, Remixes, Custom Tracks for Music in Movie Trailers
- Advertising: Sync'ing Up the Ins and Outs of Music in Ads