Music Supervision and Licensing: How to Get Your Music Placed in TV, Film, Advertising and Videogames.
SONGSALIVE! CHICAGO SONG CRITIQUE WORKSHOP WITH GUEST SPEAKERS DAN KUYPERS & ERIC SHEINKOP
Now over 10 years old, Songsalive! is the world’s largest non-profit educational organization dedicated to the support and promotion of songwriters and composers worldwide. Songsalive! holds workshops where songwriters gather to share their songs, gain feedback and develop relationships within the songwriting communities we have created around the world. The workshop includes an in-the-round song critique session where writers present one song each - either on tape, CD or live - and receive professional, constructive feedback on your song by a music industry professional. (Guest speakers from various arenas of the music industry give their time to give feedback, educate and provide opportunities and insight.) This is your chance to develop your songwriting in a supportive and intimate environment, meet invaluable music industry experts, network with fellow members, and be part of your local songwriters community. Songsalive! is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and promoting songwriters and composers worldwide.
The Songsalive! Chicago Workshop is moderated by Mary Lemanski on the second Saturday of every month, and this month our industry guest speakers, Dan Kuypers and Eric Sheinkop, will discuss “Music Supervision and Licensing: How to Get Your Music Placed in TV, Film, Advertising and Videogames.” (details below)
WHEN: SECOND SATURDAY OF THE MONTH
NEXT: Saturday, February 13, 2010
TIME: Starts 11:30 am SHARP. Ends at 2 pm. Please be on time.
WHERE: THE BEAT KITCHEN
2100 W. Belmont
Chicago, IL 6061
DONATION REQUESTED TO SUPPORT OUR NON-PROFIT EFFORTS
$5 for non-members, free to Songsalive! members.
You can join Songsalive! to participate in the workshops at www.songsalive.org/join
REGISTER: Pre-registrations are crucial. Register your attendance through the new Songsalive! Chicago
MEETUP www.meetup.com/songsalivechicago or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phone. If you don’t RSVP you may not be considered for critique.
RULES FOR SONG CRITIQUES AT OUR WORKSHOPS: http://www.songsalive.org/workshoprules. ***************** Please read this page before arriving for the workshop. There are various requirements for attendees including bringing copies of your lyric sheet, arrival and preparation, and more.
THIS MONTH’S GUEST SPEAKERS: DAN KUYPERS & ERIC SHEINKOP
As Catalog Director and Music Supervisor at Music Dealers (www.musicdealers.com) Dan Kuypers is thoroughly knowledgeable about all the music in the Music Dealers library. He is responsible for getting the agencies and supervisors the music they want and negotiating licenses. Dan brings a wealth of experience from his 8 years as General Manager of EV Productions, one of Chicago’s most respected indie hip-hop labels (40 releases), music distribution services and recording studios.
Eric Sheinkop is the Co-Founder and President of Music Dealers (www.musicdealers.com)- a global music licensing solution and the largest global provider of custom music. Eric recently re-located from the Music Dealers Chicago office to run the LA office and focus on TV, Film and Gaming placements. Also, Eric works as a Key Consultant for multiple Leo Burnett Fortune 500 accounts (including Phillip Morris, Kellogs, McDonalds). Eric also founded Bandit Productions (Critically-acclaimed Chicago artist management and consulting firm). Through Bandit’s Brand Marketing division, Eric successfully conceptualized andexecuted key branding strategies for company launches such as Fox’s Big Ten Network, Going.com, and SoBe Lifewater.
ABOUT CONTACTING OUR GUEST SPEAKERS IN ADVANCE OR AFTER THE WORKSHOP
Our guest speakers give their time for free to come speak to you. They all lead busy lives and are not all available to receive unsolicited correspondence or communication. It is recommended to NOT contact the speaker in advance, nor after the workshop, unless they personally want you to. That is, come to our workshop, and if during the workshop they take an interest in creating a relationship with you, then, and only then, should you further communicate. It is bad practice to assume that since a speaker has been our guest, and that you met them through Songsalive!, that they are an open door for you to contact. Please use your best and courteous judgement in making contact. Thank so much for your understanding. All upcoming Songsalive! speakers biographies can be read at www.songsalive.org/speakers. Join our email list and discussion groups at www.songsalive.org/community. Be reminded of this event by joining the eNotes discussion group on that link.
For information on this event, go to: www.songsalive.org/chicago Songsalive! is a non-profit organization dedicated to the nurturing, support and promotion of songwriters and composers worldwide.
We encourage all of our artist from Chicago or that will be in Chicago in Febuary to attend this to see Dan and Eric speak and get very helpful industry advice. Hope to see you there!