The Production Music Association and the Society for Composers and Lyricists are jointly organizing a panel aimed at explaining the ways of the production music business to film and TV composers.
Set for Thursday, February 9, at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles, the panel discussion is aimed at experienced composers and songwriters who want to learn about the difference between composing for film TV and video games and creating work specifically for the production music environment.
Subjects to be covered include differences in the structure and content of the music itself, how contracts are designed, and navigating dealings with production music decision-makers.
Advance tickets are available at $10 plus fees for PMA and SCL members, and $25 plus fees for all others. Prices will be higher at the door, the PMA said.
For more information, or to register to attend, visit the event's page on Eventbrite.
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