November 9th, 2013 – The Sound of Money

Event Name: BAPC The Sound Of Money: A No BS Workshop On How To Get Paid In Music Licensing
Date: Saturday, November 9th, 2013
Time: 12:00pm – 4:00p.m.
Location: San Francisco State | 835 Market St., 6th Floor, Room 609

So…you’ve heard about music licensing. You’ve also heard that you can make money with your music from licensing. You may have even went to other seminars to get information about music licensing…but you still haven’t licensed your music anywhere, or to anyone. You are not alone.

This event will change that. It’s designed to make understanding music licensing as easy as watching a movie. In fact, that’s exactly what will take place at the first part of this workshop. Renowned Hollywood music supervisor P.J. Bloom (Glee, CSI, Nip/Tuck, and many others – see extensive credits here: will be shown on a pre-recorded interview with Gian Fiero, host of our BAPC Crash Course series, discussing:

*What music licensing is

*How music licensing works

*The importance of film/TV budgets

*How much you can make in music licensing

*Common music licensing mistakes

*How to do business with music supervisors

*How not to be an idiot (in the music business)

*What you should know about MTV

Name: Jeff Straw
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Following this taped presentation, Jeff Straw, former Music Licensing director for INgrooves, and current Music Supervisor for Focus At, will conduct a Q&A specifically designed to answer questions about P.J. Bloom’s comments, and any questions you may have on what you really need to get your share of the multi-billion dollar licensing industry


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