How To Market & License Music For Film & TV in TX

How To Market & License Music For Film & TV in TX

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At this NARIP program, Dominic Preyer discusses how to market music for film and TV to make it more attractive to buyers, where to find them and how to put yourself in line for the best possible deal.

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PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

According to Billboard magazine, among the 100 ways for music to receive exposure and cut through clutter, 7 of the top 10 ways include song placement. Music placement is the new radio, and opportunities to license music have increased with the proliferation of new media and more channels.

At this NARIP program we discussed how to market music for film and TV to make it more attractive to buyers, where to find them and how to put yourself in line for the best possible deal.

And once you’ve secured a license, then what? Music supervisor and licensing expert Dominique Preyer – who has secured hundreds of music placements in all media – discussed strategies and documents he uses once he secures a synch license.

 

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  • Producers, Artist Managers and Artist Reps
  • Record & Music Publishing Executives
  • Producers
  • Music Attorneys & Clearance Professionals
  • Those seeking music placement opportunities.
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  • Songwriter Split Agreement
  • Synchronization & Master Use License
  • Masters Agreement AKA Masters Administration Agreement
  • Performance Agreement
  • Co-Publishing Agreement AKA Collaboration Agreement
  • Synchronization License Request
  • Sample license Agreement
  • Quote Sheet
  • Sample Cue Sheet
  • Executive Profiles
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PROGRAM DATE: May 24, 2012 in Houston, TX
PROGRAM TIME:2 hours, 4 minutes, 12 seconds (2:04:12)
QUESTIONS? Call 818-769-7007 or contact NARIP
SOURCES FOR MORE INFORMATION
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Dominique Preyer
Owner
Hear It – Clear It Music Supervision

Dominique Preyer, owner of Hear It – Clear It Music Supervision, and a member of the Guild of Music Supervisors, is an experienced music supervisor with a background in music publishing and songwriting. He has music supervised over 50 films and served as executive producer and producer on two short films. Dominique has an in-depth knowledge of music clearance & licensing, copyright law, licensing agreements and many other administrative responsibilities. Soon after moving to Nashville, TN in 1993, Dominique began working at Mercury Records. Learning how a record label works from the inside would later come into play in his career. After a short stay at Mercury, he began working at Acuff-Rose Publishing (now owned by Sony/ATV Music Publishing) where he worked as a copyright assistant. This is where his knowledge of licensing music for films and television grew. This experience has become an essential asset to his role as a music supervisor. Dominique has appeared on several music and film panels and workshops with his most recent panel, “The Not So Sexy Side Of Music For Film & TV,” at the 2012 SXSW Festival and Conference. Dominique’s film projects include the feature film, “Angel Camouflaged,” which has an early 2012 theatrical release staring James Brolin, Carlos Bernard and Warrick Grier and musical acts The Marshall Tucker Band, Patty Smyth, Kurtis Blow and Dilana. Other films include “Slacker 2011,” a modern-day remake of Richard Linklater’s 1991 classic “Slacker,” documentaries “Taylor’s Gift” and “Beyond The Chair,” feature films “The Overbrook Brothers,” “Secret At Arrow Lake,” “Harmony and Me” and many more features, shorts and documentaries. Dominique has also enjoyed the opportunity to be the music supervisor for Hollywood directors Joel Schumacher, Joshua Marston, Clark Johnson and Rawson Marshall Thurber.


Heidi Massin
Acting Executive Director, NARIP Houston (panel moderator)

A native Texan, Heidi Massin is a music producer, based in Houston, Texas. She founded Massin Media Productions, LLC, which operates the first and only sustainable “eco-friendly” record label in Texas. Under the 1.1 Digital Recordings label, she released the album, “Elixir”, a compilation of Electronica/Dance Music. The album features artists from around the globe who are at the top of the EDM genre in their region. Heidi began her musical career as a child with her primary musical influences including Mozart, Bach and Beethoven. She had classical and contemporary piano training beginning at the age of 8 years old through the Telschick Academy. Although she grew up behind the scenes in the theater world, music has always been a part of her life. In the recent past, her music’s been featured in local television and short films in Houston. She’s currently working on scoring a feature film in Houston. In the past two years, she has been nominated for the Houston Press Music Awards in the Instrumental / Experimental genre. Her latest project involves Massin Media as a sponsor for the Springboard South Music Festival, which launched in May 2012.

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LEGAL LANGUAGE & END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT:

The National Association of Record Industry Professionals ("NARIP") holds the copyright on our audio and video programs, photographs and written materials. You may not photocopy or otherwise duplicate or redistribute written materials or audio or video content, or any content whatsoever, from NARIP programs without prior written permission from NARIP. (c) NARIP 2013, all rights reserved. NARIP grants buyer a non-exclusive perpetual personal-use license to download and copy the accompanying audio(s), video(s), photo(s) and / or document(s) (collectively, "NARIP Media") subject to the following restrictions: This license is for personal use only. Personal use means non-commercial use. NARIP Media may not be used in any way whatsoever in which you charge money, collect fees, or receive any form of remuneration or tuition. NARIP Media may not be used in advertising. NARIP Media may not be resold, re-licensed, or sub-licensed without prior written authorization. Title and ownership, and all rights now and in the future, of and for NARIP Media remain exclusively with NARIP. There are no warranties, express or implied. NARIP Media are provided 'as is.' Neither NARIP, its officers, contributors of accompanying materials nor guest speakers will be liable for any third party claims or incidental, consequential or other damages arising out of this license or buyer's use of NARIP Media. NARIP Media may not be distributed within or outside of any organization, including at schools and universities. For licensing inquiries, please call 818-769-7007 or email info@narip.com with "License Request" in the subject line.