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Synchronisation - Music in Film, television, Games and Adverts

A panel of experts discuss the ins and outs of synchronisation and take questions.

Synchronisation - the use of music in other media such as film, games, TV and advertising. A panel of experts from all areas of the synchronisation business (record labels, advertising agencies, games companies, film companies and independent consultants) discuss the ins and outs of synchronisation for an audience made up predominantly of independent record labels. They will then take questions, and the seminar will be followed by networking drinks in the bar.


Sophie Sheen - MD I10Q | talks
Ruth Simmons - MD Songseekers Inter | talks
Adam Bradley - BMG | talks


Date and Time:

9 February 2005 at 6:00 pm


2 hours



University of London Union (ULU)
Malet Street

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Organised by:

Association of Independent Music
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