20/08/2020 10:00 – 17:00 Uhr
Martin Häne, Panos Kolias
Many composers and musicians wish to write music for feature films or have success as a performing artist. It is common knowledge that this is a big and long term goal. The music licensing market can support you financially and even promotionally while working towards that goal. The workshop wants to give answers to the following questions: Where does the music we hear daily in movies, TV-series, advertising, online videos, telephone on-hold-music, etc. come? How can the music licensing market help my career as film composer?How can I take advantage of my credits in movies and tv-series for my performing career or when talking to directors? How can I create a steady income stream when I am not performing or have a composition commission? How can I have a second income from my released CDs except sales, donwloads or concerts?
Participants are invited to bring their own music. Together we will discuss what, where, how and why works for the licensing market, or which special criteria this market sets for the music. Participants will receive a hand-out by email before the workshop, in which the important legal and industry-specific terms are explained in an understandable manner.
Tuition Fee, regular: 50 €
Tuition Fee (Students, Trainees, Interns) : 40 €
Tuition Fee (Scholarship Applicants MSH 2020): 25 €
Tuition Fee: (Scholarship Holders 2020): Free of charge
Working Language: englisch
Martin Häne is a composer and producer of media music. He has composed for numerous international film productions, including Dreamworks, Lions Gate and Universal (www.martytone.com).
Panos Kolias is a composer, producer and musician. He writes music for international television shows, short films, trailers, remixes and online advertising. (www.panoskolias.com).