Buma Music in Motion 2014

Other / Amsterdam
15 May 2014, 12pm - 10pm

A:
Tolhuistuin, Tolhuisweg 5, 1031 CL
Amsterdam
T:
+31 (0)35 672 7400
E:
info@buma-music-in-motion.nl
W:
€: 50 early bird (May 1); 70 regular
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From the same group that organises the Amsterdam Dance Event, the Buma Music in Motion conference is an annual one-day event that aims to provide a platform for creative industry professionals to discuss the role music plays in media from a variety of perspectives. 

About Buma Music in Motion

The use of music in media is dynamic and its application is quickly evolving. 

Buma Music in Motion seeks to address the rapidly developing role and possibilities of music in media by bringing together a cross selection of key speakers from the creative industries, musicians and business professionals to discuss the various ways music can be integrated into a range of multimedia platforms.

Central to the conference is networking. Last year, more than 250 visitors came from across the globe to share and discuss the latest developments in their field. 

Along with a series of lectures and panels, the Buma Music in Motion New Talent Award, which recognises the efforts of emerging sound designers, will also be announced.


 

buma music in motion 2014

Buma Music in Motion 2014

For the 2014 edition, Buma has again brought in big names to discuss their trade, including ex-Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Cliff Martinez discussing the development of his trademark sound.

Other noteworthy programmes include:
The New Wilderness. Ton Okkerse discussing the importance of sound design with composer Bob Zimmerman and sound designer Peter Oskam.

OK Go. The digital strategist group will host a panel discussing their work for major brands and the possibilities of expanding into new markets. 

Cablejuice. Working for clients including Heineken, Nike and Nokia, Chico Lemos de Sousa Barbosa a.k.a Cablejuice himself will discuss the art of sonic branding.

Kyle Hopkins. Head of music supervision at Microsoft, he will discuss how the industry of music scoring has changed and where the new opportunities are.

Notes

To purchase tickets, click here.
For the full programme, see here.
Click here for more about Buma Cultuur.

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