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4 WEEK SYNC LICENSING COURSE

DO YOU WANT A CAREER WRITING MUSIC FOR TV, FILM, VIDEO GAMES OR MOVIE TRAILERS? THEN THIS 4 MODULE ONLINE COURSE WILL SHOW YOU EXACTLY HOW YOU CAN ACHIEVE THAT

Learn everything about sync licensing from Production (library) music, writing and scoring bespoke music via Music Supervisors, working with Trailer Houses and writing for video games. From understanding the sync landscape, to crafting your music for maximum placements, this course will cover everything you need to know to launch or further your career in sync licensing.
  • Suitable for new and experienced writers, producers and artists who want a career in sync licensing

  • Live interactive Zoom classes each week, for 4 weeks

  • Can't make a Zoom class? Receive a recording of the class the next day and view in your own time, around your schedule

  • Learn how to write to brief and create your own mini-EP ready for pitching with feedback from Aubrey

  • A range of desktop guides and resources following each module to consolidate learning

  • Direct, Whatsapp support from Aubrey throughout the duration of the course

  • Receive a digital certificate at the end of the course from Echodrop Records confirming you have completed a course on Comprehensive Sync Licensing.

Next Course Start date: Sat 4 February 2023

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Course Modules:

Week 1: An Introduction to Production Music

During this first module you'll get an in-depth overview of sync licensing. Then you'll learn about the exciting world of Production Music - including an analysis of how you can launch your Production Music careers, learning about writing to briefs, how much you could earn and how to get the work from the labels.

Week 4: Pitching Your Music

In this final module you'll explore how, where and when to pitch your music to get the jobs you want. You'll explore developing a sync showreel, branding, networking, approaching music supervisors and labels, and planning your career trajectory. You'll then start preparing for your mini-EP which you'll pitch to sync companies under Aubrey's guidance.

Week 2: Writing for films, movie trailers and video games

In this module you'll explore how you can get bespoke writing work for movies, trailers and video games. We'll also look at the role of music supervisors, working with trailer houses, writing for video games and how to get those coveted bespoke commissions.

Week 3: Adapting your writing and production skills

To be successful in sync you will need to tailor your writing, production and mixing skills for use in TV, film and video games. You'll explore optimised song structures, the importance of lyrical themes, writing to picture, creating mutiple track edits and ensuring you meet the high production standards required

> Course Materials

Each student will also receive a range of desktop guides and guidance booklets after each module, designed to help you consolidate your learning on the course. This will include publisher directories, guidance on writing, producing and mixing and sample briefs to practice to.

Got a Question?
Send an email to aubrey@aubreywhitfield.com

Course Enrolment

Book yourself a place on this course ready for the course start date of 4 February 2023. Places are limited and come on a first come, first served basis