SensoriaPro is our unique, informal gathering of composers, filmmakers, music publishers, music supervisors, games developers and festivals all under one roof to discuss the latest innovations in music and the moving image. The event takes place on Friday October 7th in Sheffield and is a must-attend event with a stunning line up of speakers, direct access to international buyers and informal, friendly networking.
Friday October 7th.
Showroom Workstation, 15 Paternoster Row.
2016 line-up so far:
Buy tickets HERE
TOURING – ALIVE & KICKING
The highs and lows of taking a band out on the road. Expect a full and frank account (including costings) from a cross section of industry experts ranging from tour managers to agents, promoters to festivals.
Guests include Andy Inglis (5000 Artist Management; Tour Management) Timm Cleasby (formerly tour manager for Arctic Monkeys, now production manager for Tramlines Festival), Tilde Bruynooghe (Electric Canyon Management) and a Musicians’ Union representative.
VIRTUAL REALITY: STORYTELLING SURROUNDED BY SOUND
Including Steven Hancock from MelodyVR.
TECHNOLOGY – BREAKING THE CHAIN DEBATE
Will Blockchain Technology take the music industry to a better place? We are delighted to be welcoming Benji Rogers (Pledge Music) over from the US and Graham Davies (PRS for Music) to lead on the latest developments on this hotly debated topic.
MUSIC VIDEOS – THE LONG & THE SHORT OF IT
Caroline Bottomley (Radar) examines the role and ongoing evolution of short form videos in a session suitable for both musicians and filmmakers.
SYNC OR SCORE CONTEST
A delegate favourite – this year we’ll be looking at factual films with a clip provided by Discovery Networks International.
Ian Neil (Director of Music for Film and TV, Sony) and a panel of industry experts, will critique both source and score submissions.
PLUGGING AND PITCHING – THE P’s & Q’s of PR
As an artist or band how can you best publicise your music? Through this series of expert guests from PR companies, music journalists as well as from bands that have done it all themselves without industry assistance, this panel will act as a practical guide on how to best create a publicity campaign and get your music out there, heard and talked about.
L-R: Andy Inglis (5000 Management), Caroline Bottomley (Radar), Ian Neil (Sony), Tilde Bruynooghe (Electric Canyon Management).