Here’s info on a great seminar on THE MUSIC ADVANTAGE – MAKING YOUR MEDIA STAND OUT – covering the ins and outs of how to use music to make your media stand out, to take place at Netflix with top industry professionals Scott McRae & Ryan Rapsys.
A not-to-be-missed event for producers, filmmakers, content creators, influencers, editors, music composers – and ANYONE who wants to better understand the process of placing music into media!
As always, there’s a great discount for INFOLIST.com (only $29.75!) – details are below!
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THE SPOTLIGHT WORKSHOPS
THE MUSIC ADVANTAGE:
MAKING YOUR MEDIA STAND OUT
The Ins and Outs of How to Best Use Music
in Your Films, Content, Media, Videos, Commercials, etc.
SATURDAY, June 15th, 2019
9am – 12 noon
5808 W. Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028
(Free guest parking is located at 1455 N. Van Ness Ave.)
You can use music to your advantage – and make your film, TV, or new media project stand out!
This workshop is designed for filmmakers to get a handle on the ins and outs of best practices in using music in media (films, docs, web videos, commercials, etc.). Many filmmakers find this critical piece of the media puzzle mystifying and daunting. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to simplify this aspect. It will give you, as a content creator, a deeper understanding of the practicalities and artistic considerations around music choices, enabling you to make your projects more impactful and successful.
Who should attend:
Producers, filmmakers , content creators, influencers, editors, music composers – and ANYONE who wants to better understand the process of placing music into media!
By the end of this workshop, you’ll know:
• What to think about when hiring a composer
• What temp music is – and how to use it effectively
• How to go about licensing music for your project
• The artistic parameters you should consider when choosing a music style.
PLUS – this will be a great networking event to meet other industry professionals!
SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR INFOLIST.com!!
PREMIUM and PRO InfoList Members get 15% OFF Regular Registration price – that’s just $29.75 (normally $35!) if you register by the EARLY DEADLINE of Friday, June 7th, 2019 at 4pm, or only $38.25 (normally $45!) by the REGULAR DEADLINE of 4pm on Friday, June 14th , 2019 at 4pm, to learn from a top industry professional!
UPGRADE NOW (or log in to your Premium/Pro Account) so you can unlock the discount code and take advantage of this special offer!
Or, skip the upgrade and pay regular price –
We will fill up fast – register now at:
What to bring: A computer, tablet, pen and paper, or something to take notes with.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS:
Scott McRae & Ryan Rapsys have been collaborating as a composing team since 2015. They scored the feature film Little Pink House about the Kelo vs. New London Supreme Court Case, for which they received the award for Best Score at the Anthem Film Festival; the documentary Can We Take a Joke? which explores the intersection of comedy, free speech, and outrage culture; and they have provided music for numerous other short films and web-based media. They have been teaching filmmakers how to more effectively use music in their media since 2018. Individually, they each have extensive experience in the music industry.
Scott McRae has contributed his musical skills and knowledge to over 100 films and television shows, including Crazy Rich Asians, Fences, the Fast and Furious franchise, The Pursuit of Happyness, Rush Hour 3, the Final Destination franchise, and Cold Mountain. He founded and runs Janen Music, which provides quality music preparation services and rents music to orchestras for live performance. He co-produced two Christmas albums, Christmas Fantastique and Flute Tootin’ Yule, and his score for The Box was nominated for Best Score at the Madrid Film Festival in 2014.
Ryan Rapsys has composed music for numerous feature films, short films, documentaries, theatrical productions and commercial projects. His score for the short film Stay won Best Original Score at the Los Angeles Cinema Festival of Hollywood in 2016. He’s also released electronic music under the aliases Transistorface, Microquasar, and Pineriver. He has composed classical music, with concert performances by small ensembles up to full orchestra. His production music has been used in hundreds of television shows, including Dateline NBC and The Today Show. He owns and operates Total Music Metadata, a music service business that catalogs, edits, and optimizes music tracks for licensing for music libraries and organizations, with clients including top trailer music houses as well as the in-house music library for Discovery Communications. He has also served as a music supervisor and music editor for numerous projects.
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