AES New York 2007 Friday, October 5, 5:00 pm — 6:00 pm
SEISMIC CHANGES: THE LANDSCAPE OF FILM AND TV MUSIC
Joe Carroll, Moderator, Manhattan Producers Alliance
Chris Mangum, Film Composer
Robert Marshall, Source Connect
Chris Stone, Audio Impressions
Technological evolution coupled with economic factors are transforming how music for television and film is created and used. At the vanguard are organizations like the Manhattan Producers Alliance, building a collaborative network of composers from diverse areas of the business. Companies like Source Connect and eSession, make it possible for composers and producers to collaborate over unlimited distances. Makers of the newest sampling technology and virtual instruments like Audio Impressions allow us to more accurately simulate live performance. Music libraries like Pump Audio and Omni Music make vast amounts of independently created music easily available to film and TV producers and Apple computer's innovative music software is blurring the distinction between music listener and music maker. Joe Carroll, founder of the Manhattan Producers Alliance will moderate a lively discussion on navigating this new landscape with guest speakers.
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