AES New York 2015
Workshop W22

Saturday, October 31, 5:15 pm — 7:00 pm (Room 1A10)

W22 - Composing Music for Short-Form, Interstitial, and Episodic Television

Jay Yeary, Transient Audio Labs - San Antonio, TX, USA
Timo Elliston, Composer, BANG - New York, NY, USA
Eric Hachikian, Composer, Soundcat Productions - New York, NY / Los Angeles, CA
Reid Hall, Turner Studios - Atlanta, GA, USA
Roy Hendrickson
Scott Hull, Masterdisk - New York, NY, USA; Peekskill, NY, USA
Jeff McSpadden, Composer, Jeff McSpadden - New York, NY, USA
Peter Nashel, Composer, Duotone Music Group
Andrea Yankovsky, Kilpatrick, Townsend & Stockton LLP - New York, NY, USA

Composing music for commercials, advertising, interstitial content, and short-form television is an often demanding way to practice the craft because there is never enough time or enough music to meet client demand. This workshop will look at what it takes to be a successful composer in this high-stress, high-demand environment by examining the workflow, tools, rights management, and client management skills of composers who thrive in this world.

This event is part of the Sound for Pictures Track.

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