Friday 3 October 2014
Electric Works, Sheffield
SensoriaPro is our unique, informal gathering of composers, filmmakers, music publishers, music supervisors, games developers and festivals all under one roof to discuss the latest innovations in music and the moving image. The event takes place on Friday 3 October at Electric Works, Sheffield and is a must-attend event with a stunning line up of speakers, direct access to international buyers and informal, friendly networking.
The line up so far includes:
* Sound Design for Games 10.15am
We have a fantastic line up that covers music, sound design and dialogue production.
John Broomhall will moderate a panel including sound designer Joanna Orland (Sony Computer Entertainment Europe), composer Joe Thwaites (Sony) and dialogue specialist Mark Estdale (OMUK).
* Digital Media Labs 10.15am
Benedict Phillips presents a talk examining a new model for commissioning and developing digital artworks for the public domain. The talk will include an overview of the project as well as examples of prototypes, works in progress and final commissions from the first two iterations of the Lab.
* Trailer Music – A Winning Formula 11.15am
Barry Gilbey along with Jake Shillingford and Nick Evans from Chøppersaurus (winners of last years Scoring Contest) discuss a range of topics, including an artist’s perspective of music supervisors, plus the benefits of networking and remote collaborations. Barry Gilbey will also touch on setting-up DEFDISCO, a new record label dedicated to sync.
* Making YouTube Work For You 11.30am
Led by Caroline Bottomley (Radar) with Patrick Ross (Kobalt) and Ray Smith (Ram Records).
Looking at how to make money and grow your fan base. A practical approach to the increasingly sophisticated platform of YouTube.
* PRS For Music present Music Publishing in Audio Visual Media 1.30pm
With Manager Laurence Aston, Composer Nainita Desai, Synch expert Nathalie Du Bois, Jatanil Banerjee (PRS for Music) and moderator Stuart Worthington.
* Warp Films SensoriaPro Scoring Contest 2.45pm
A unique opportunity for registered delegates to score a short clip from the Warp Films BAFTA nominated British Drama For Those In Peril and have their work critiqued by a panel of music professionals headed by Ian Neil (Director of Music for Film, TV, Advertising and Computer Games – Sony), Nathalie Du Bois (Conexion Entertainment), Gary Downing (Sync & Brand Manager – Caroline) & music supervisor Phil Canning.
* Deadline for submissions is now closed.
TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW http://www.sensoriapro.eventbrite.co.uk
* Discounted affiliate rates available for paid-up members of AIM, BASCA, BPI, MPA, AIF, PRS for Music, FAC, PPL, Screened Music Network, MMF, PCAM, MPG, & Musicians Union.
* Concessionary passes are available to full time students and registered claimants.
Proof of status must be provided at the registration desk on the day.
Discounted rate offered for group bookings of 8 people or more – please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The price includes a free lunch and close of play refreshments