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Friday, April 25 • 2:30pm - 3:45pm
Where No Music Supervisor Has Gone Before (Presented by the Guild of Music Supervisors)

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These days, music supervisors are looking towards streaming programming, trailer music and other growing entertainment sectors to augment the sync opportunities in traditional film and TV. While finding sync success still revolves around strong relationships between music creators, music supervisors and placement companies, it also requires an understanding of what makes each new medium unique. This panel of music supes will play examples of music they’ve synced to demonstrate what makes a song or cue just right for these diverse industries.


Moderators
avatar for Jason Kramer

Jason Kramer

Music Supervisor - Elias Arts; LLC Host - KCRW; Guild of Music Supervisors
Music Supervisor - Elias Arts LLC | Host - KCRW | Guild of Music Supervisors Jason Kramer is currently the concept music supervisor for Elias Arts, a prestigious music production company based in Santa Monica and New York. Elias Arts specializes in original music composition, sound design, music supervision, and audio branding for television, film, and commercials. Jason recently won the award Best Music Supervision in Adverting by the Guild... Read More →

Panelists
avatar for (Pesci) Jeff Gray

(Pesci) Jeff Gray

Music Supervisor, Music Clearance; Guild of Music Supervisors
Music Supervisor, Music Clearance | Guild of Music Supervisors (Pesci) Jeff Gray is a jackass of many trades in the music business. He's been called: Composer, Performer, Music Supervisor, Music Licensor/Licensee, Consultant, and more. Pesci's first foray in to the music business at 18 years old was getting paid $20 cash and a Neil Young concert VHS tape as compensation to play guitar on someone's demo tape. This is still some of the most... Read More →
avatar for Holly Hung

Holly Hung

Music Director, Sr. Music Supervisor - Mob Scene Creative + Productions; Guild of Music Supervisors
Music Director, Sr. Music Supervisor - Mob Scene Creative + Productions | Guild of Music Supervisors | | Holly has 17 years of successful experience placing and producing music for award winning motion picture advertising campaigns. As of now, she has worked on 400+ unique motion picture campaigns for studios and various production companies.  Currently, she is the Senior Music Supervisor at Mob Scene Creative.  In addition to... Read More →
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Rebecca Rienks

Music Supervisor, E! Entertainment - NBCUniversal, Inc.; Guild of Music Supervisors
Music Supervisor, E! Entertainment - NBCUniversal, Inc. | Guild of Music Supervisors | | Rebecca Rienks began her career in the music industry as a journalist, event planner and live music booker.  She made the transition into music supervision after joining the music department of Lionsgate Films.  There she worked on films as diverse as the acclaimed Leonard Cohen concert film and documentary I’m Your Man, the Academy... Read More →
avatar for Lindsay Wolfington

Lindsay Wolfington

Owner - Lone Wolf Music Supervision; Guild of Music Supervisors
Owner - Lone Wolf Music Supervision | Guild of Music Supervisors | | Passionate about music and what it brings to the moving picture, Lindsay has been working in Music Supervision for over 12 years, getting her start on TV shows like Felicity, Alias and Smallville, and making a name for herself on Ghost Whisperer, The Sing Off, The Client List and most notably One Tree Hill, where she featured over 1700 songs from breaking artists to iconic... Read More →



Friday April 25, 2014 2:30pm - 3:45pm
Dolby Ballroom 5th Floor

Attendees (137)