Placing Songs in TV, Commercials, & Film - For Aspiring Music Supervisors: FALL 2019 Mondays and Two Sundays, Starting Sunday 11/10

Please note: this is a special reduced tuition participation in Placing Songs class aimed at those aspiring not to place their own songs but rather those hoping to work in music supervision or licensing. The entire curriculum is not aimed entirely at you, but you will gain a 3-D understanding + expand your critical network to include music supervisors, publishers, boutique music houses, the PROs, producers, artists, and more.

Learn from some of TV's top Music Supervisors, Publishers, and Songwriter/Producers all about how to write, prepare, approach, pitch, and license songs to television, commercials, film, games, and more.  In this unique interactive class, learn from the other side of the desk about how best to build the catalog, relationships, and business acumen to place your songs in the various media.  

Class will include regular feedback sessions with music supervisors, publishers, placement houses, and accomplished/placed artists. There will be real pitch sessions and assignments designed to help you write and re-write for film, tv, games, and commercials.

We are proud to welcome back Music Supervisor Lindsay Wolfington (One Tree Hill, The Royals, Ghost Whisperer, The Village, etc) as a featured instructor for the Fall 2019 session.

Class will meet Monday nights AND two Sundays, both on-campus and streaming online:

  1. 11/10 Sunday, special 6:30pm start with music supervisor Lindsay Wolfington
  2. 11/11 Monday
  3. 11/18
  4. 11/25
  5. 12/2
  6. 12/8 Sunday, Part 1: writing camp to brief with music supervisor
  7. 12/8 Sunday, Part 2: pitch session with music supervisor (after dinner break)
  8. 12/9
  9. 12/16

    Previous Guest List: We are proud and pleased to have had these distinguished guests in the previous round of class (Full Fall 2019 panelists to be announced shortly!):

    • instructor Lindsay Wolfington, Music Supervisor (One Tree Hill, Ghost Whisperer, The Royals, etc)
    • Daniel Higbee of Secret Road Music Services
    • Jason Kramer from KCRW & Elias Music Group
    • Garrison Starr, songwriter/recording artist
    • Amy Stroup, songwriter/recording artist
    • Alexandra Nickson from the music dept at Disney/ABC Family and curator of Persimmon Music.

    Classes: Business, Classes, FEATURED CLASSES, Online Classes

    Class Type: Unknown Type


    Each class video involves a mix of presentation, demonstration, lecture, question and answer, interactive and take-home assignments, regular feedback, and a series of assignments designed to help each class member build and organize their catalog and prepare it and themselves for improved chances of placing songs. There will be actual pitching opportunities with direct feedback from music supervisors, placement houses, and publishers.

    THIS CLASS IS FOR ME IF I...

    • am a songwriter or producer looking for various opportunities for my music
    • have always wanted my music on television
    • keep hearing that my songs "would be perfect for tv" but don't know where to start
    • want to understand all about how licensing works, how to prepare paperwork, rights, etc
    • have a home studio and know there must be opportunities waiting for me
    • or...I am not a songwriter but want to learn the business of music supervision from this unique three-dimensional perspective. Two alumna of this class have gone on to respected positions in music supervision directly as a result of this class.

     


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