Marmoset Presents: How to Craft Music for Sync Licensing (and Maybe Quit Your Day Job Too)

We want to invite you to a community talk we're hosting for our local working artist community at our HQ on Wednesday, February 3. We're facilitating a discussion on how to craft music for sync licensing (and how to maybe quit your day job while you’re at it). This artist education event will be followed by a Q&A session.

With our talented group of panelists consisting of Marmoset staff and experienced songwriters, we'll be diving into what goes into creating a project specifically for sync licensing, and how to better understand what goes into composing for film. Some factors include: filmmaking movement, arcs, instrumentation, texture, and a variety of others elements. We’ll provide some tips and tricks into how if you are good at making music for licensing and can build up a sizable catalog, your music can actually earn you money while you relax on a beach.

Location: Marmoset // 2105 SE 7th Avenue, Portland, OR 97214

Date: Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Time: Doors @ 6:30pm

 

Here's a little about the panelists:

Emilee Booher // Emilee is a Music Supervisor who has insight into how Marmoset chooses talent and determines what has potential for licensing.

Bob Werner // Bob has played a crucial role as producer for numerous music projects and will shed some insight as to what indicators / directions he looks at when helping produce a project for licensing.

Ben Allen // Ben Allen started off at Marmoset as a Marmoset Artists licensing his band project ­ More Like Georgia. He’s since created a few successful licensing projects including Continent Drift, Dead Water, Hotbloods, WYLD and Circuit Animals.

Ryan Wines // Marmoset Co­-Founder, Producer, Music Supervisor and nacho dad will be moderating this discussion.

Let us know if you're interested in attending or could share this event to help get the word out about the resource we're excited to share to blue-collar artists.

 
Posted on January 19, 2016 and filed under Music.