QLD - BIGSOUND Industry Insider Sessions

APRA AMCOS and BIGSOUND have teamed up again to help you get ahead in the music business. Free for local APRA AMCOS members, these two sessions are your chance to get up close and personal with local and international speakers from BIGSOUND.

***RSVPs closed: event booked out***

PUBLICITY AND PROMOTION:
How to make a louder noise (1:30pm – 2:30pm)

Do you want to know more about how to promote an album or tour? Ever wondered how good publicists secure clicks and column inches for their artists? How do media outlets filter through enormous amounts of content? Join speakers from Milk! RecordsDeathproof PR and themusic to find out how to get your music heard and your tours heard about - in Australia and beyond.

Panellists:

  • Jen Cloher (Milk! Records)
  • Mitch Knox (themusic.com.au)
  • Rebecca Reato (Deathproof PR)
  • Moderator – Kellie Lloyd (APRA AMCOS)

PUBLISHING AND SYNC:
How to put your songs to work (3:00pm – 4:00pm)

Do you understand the roles of publishers and sync agents as a songwriter? Can placement of your music on TV or film assist your career? What do publishers provide for, and expect from, their writers? We have representatives from ABC Music PublishingThe Sound Pound and Secretly Canadian Publishing (USA) on hand to demystify the wide world of publishing and synchronisation.

Panellists:

  • Jon Coombs (Secretly Canadian Publishing)
  • Marianna Annas (ABC Music Publishing)
  • Tyler McLoughlan (The Sound Pound)
  • Moderator – Andrew Tuttle (APRA AMCOS)

Event Info

Date
07 Sep 2016 - 07 Sep 2016

Location
Institute of Modern Art, 420 Brunswick St

Time
1:30pm - 4:00pm

Cost
Fully booked


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