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July 23, 2015

Time: 4:00PM-6:00PM

Inside Scoop from Music Sups

 SPONSORED BY:

This event puts together top music supervisors in TV, film, trailers and ads with Nashville's most successful (independent) music publishers.  Music supervisors will clue the audience in on their current projects and music needs. All attendees must RSVP and pay in advance.  

 

 

Thank you to these additional sponsors:

Valet parking is available at venue.

 

Panelists

Danny Exum
Workshop Creative

Andrew Kahn
Good Ear Music Supervision

Daniel Kuypers
Energy BBDO

Frankie Pine
Whirly Girl

Chris Restivo
Toy Box Entertainment

Russell Ziecker
Lionsgate

Thomas Golubic
Super Music Vision

Moderator

No Moderator Details Available

AIMP Panel

Place: View Map
The Listening Room
217 2nd Ave South
Nashville, TN 37201

 

About our Sponsor:

KALATECH provides real time software for the music business. Our suite of products, Booking Agency Pro, Tour Pro and Music Publishing Pro focus on saving time, increasing accessibility and accurately managing your business.  A cloud-based approach ensures that everyone involved has the most recent information which significantly reduces excess phone calls and emails. 

Publishing Pro specifically, allows publishers and writers to keep the life of their songs organized by keeping track of the song’s publishing information, pitches, cuts, holds and syncs.  It also allows the user to have their catalog’s audio on the go with the ability to play and “pitch” songs directly from a branded audio player on their computer, tablet or mobile!

Most AIMP panels are free (and others heavily discounted) to members.  If you wish to become an AIMP member, you can join here.  Base level membership is $75.00.  Should you have any issues, email na@aimp.org for assistance.

Additional Speaker Information

DANNY EXUM got his start in the music industry as a DJ and live mix engineer at the esteemed 88.9 WERS in Boston, before bolting westwards to work in EMI's Film/TV department. Since those days he has built a strong career as a Music Supervisor for features, television and theatrical marketing. His credits include film marketing campaigns for Edge Of Tomorrow, Lone Survivor, The Avengers, Wreck It Ralph, Watchmen, The Dark Knight, and X Men: Days Of Future Past, as well as the independent films Come Down Molly, The List, and The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye. He has been nominated twice for a Guild of Music Supervisors award for Best Use Of Music in a film trailer. Danny is currently a partner in the music supervision collective High Bias and the Director of Music at the film marketing agency Workshop Creative

ANDREW KAHN works as an independent music supervisor at Good Ear Music Supervision (GEMS), focusing on ads for brands such as Nike, Apple, Google, Target, adidas, Southern Comfort, ESPN, Cadillac, and many more. From 2007-2011 he served as the in-house music supervisor at TBWA/Media Arts Lab, placing music for Apple's iconic commercials, and prior to that as the Music Coordinator on HBO's 'The Sopranos.' Andrew keeps on his musical toes DJ'ing events in LA and NYC, and consulting for do-good organizations like Human Rights Watch, Konkuey Design Initiative, and FixFood.

DANIEL KUYPERS is a music industry veteran who has been producing music for brands for the past 6 years. Prior to joining Energy BBDO to start and run the music department, he was at Music Dealers, where he spent 5 years producing music for myriad brands and devising new and interesting ways to partner with artists in music centric campaigns. Starting as a musician, and establishing EV Productions & EV Records, an umbrella of Chicago’s most well respected indie labels, distribution companies and recording studios, Daniel released over 100 records across three labels and toured the globe as a DJ and performer. As the head of music at Energy BBDO Daniel works with internal teams and clients to use music in new, innovative ways while creating value for both the artist and the client. Daniel’s duties include music supervision, music strategy, partnerships, licensing, negotiation, editing, writing and final music production for a varied roster of clients including PepsiCo, Bud Light, Wrigley, Bayer, SC Johnson and more.

FRANKIE PINE is an award-winning music supervisor, putting together memorable, provocative, and engaging soundtracks for high profile film and television projects. Her diverse work spans multiple genres, from popular television dramas like “Brothers and Sisters” and “Army Wives,” to comedy feature films like “Santa Claus 2” and “Tooth Fairy,” to indie box office hits like “Magic Mike.” She is currently supervising Aaron Sorkin’s hit television series “The Newsroom” as well as the inspired country music drama “Nashville”. Along with her television expertise, she has extensive film credits, serving as music consultant on such successful films as Steven Soderbergh’s “Ocean’s 11, 12 and 13,” and on the soundtrack for the Academy Award-winning movie “Traffic” for which she received a Grammy nomination. In addition to her work as a music supervisor, Pine also serves as a Music Consultant for ABC Television and A&E Studios and has served as Interim Music Executive at New Line Cinema as well as Music Executive at PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, which included overseeing music for such outstanding films as Dead Man Walking, Notting Hill, and The Big Lebowski. Frankie works under her banner of Whirly Girl Music. Additional accolades include a 2012 Guild of Music Supervisors award for Best Music Supervisor for the indie film “Magic Mike”, the 2013 and 2014 Guild of Music Supervisors award for Best Music Supervisor for television musical or comedy for “Nashville” and an RIAA Certified Gold Record for “How to Be a Player.”

CHRIS RESTIVO, a rare Los Angeles native and currently the Music Supervisor at Toy Box, a trailer house in Los Angeles, has been working in film advertising for over seven years, on over a hundred major studio campaigns, including most recently, Mr. Holmes, Pixels, Kingman: The Secret Service, The Longest Ride, Dreamwork’s Home, Spy, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Fantastic Four.

RUSSELL ZIECKER has had multiple careers within one vocation 6 MUSIC…starting out as a bass player in a number of touring and recording bands, before moving into his music business career as a music6 publisher at both Chrysalis Music Group and Virgin Music America. After nearly ten years in music publishing, signing and working with top talent, Ziecker segued into personal management for several recording artists including Jason Falkner (Elektra), and Jeremy Toback (RCA), and a handful of film and television composers. In the late 1990’s, Ziecker was appointed President/COO of MILAN RECORDS, and was responsible for releasing 75+ titles ranging from soundtracks to chill6out compilations, distributed via BMG. There, collaborating with some of most talented directors, composers and producers, Ziecker stretched the boundaries that define the typical soundtrack release. Upon leaving Milan Records, Ziecker opted to set6up and run the US operations for Simon LeBon’s Tokyo6 based music production company, SYN, which specialized in high6profile commercials and advertising 6 production and branding. Between SYN and later, his own commercial production company, FUZZ, Ziecker has music6produced over 450 commercials, for the American, Latin, and Japanese markets. Russell currently heads up television music at Lionsgate, overseeing music for Emmy and Golden Globe award6winning MAD MEN, NURSE JACKIE, and ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK, ANGER MANAGEMENT, NASHVILLE, MANHATTAN, ASCENSION, THE ROYALS, DEADBEAT, and the retired series WEEDS, HOUDINI, CRASH and BOSS. Russell has been involved in 35+ series and nearly 600 singular episodes of television. Ziecker also oversees Lionsgate TV’s soundtrack business, and to date, soundtracks from the original ABC series NASHVILLE, have sold over 950,000 albums, and 4,200,000 individual downloads of featured songs from the show. Ziecker also has produced specialty vinyl product with “Zou Bisou Bisou” for MAD MEN, a gateway double vinyl soundtrack album for BOSS, , a Zinepak with CD insert and orange colored vinyl LP, for ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK. As a music6producer, Russell has also produced on6 camera pre6records for ASCENSION, MANHATTAN, and NASHVILLE. Ziecker most recently executive produced well6received albums for NASHVILLE On6The6Record (accompanying the ABC special), and a Christmas with NASHVILLE, performed by the cast, and produced by Jay Demarcus of Rascal Flatts. Ziecker has had many television “firsts” in regards to music on television, and continues to look for interesting ways to create platforms for music used in or on television shows, and explore additional business initiatives and revenue streams for the company, including a branded, live6touring business, and is also involved in (incoming) music6oriented television development and pitches at Lionsgate.

THOMAS GOLUBIC is a Los Angeles-based music supervisor, DJ and Grammy-nominated record producer. His music supervision credits include the AMC series Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead, Better Call Saul, TURN: Washington’s Spies, Halt and Catch Fire, the HBO series Six Feet Under, and the Showtime series Ray Donovan, among many other film & television projects. He is a founding and board member of the Guild of Music Supervisors, and is currently the head of their education committee. The Guild twice awarded Thomas with “Best Music Supervision in a Television Drama” for his work on Breaking Bad. He was twice nominated for Grammy awards for producing volumes 1 and 2 of the Six Feet Under soundtrack album, and with former partner Gary Calamar was responsible for the use of Sia’s “Breathe Me” in the final scene of the series. It is considered one of the most memorable uses of music in television, and launched Sia’s music career in America. Thomas is also responsible for producing four soundtrack albums for The Walking Dead, the Breaking Bad soundtrack, and has assembled various remix projects for EMI-Capitol Records and MGM, including reinterpretations of Peggy Lee, The Beach Boys, Henry Mancini’s Pink Panther theme and EMI’s Christmas Classics remix compilation ‘Merry Mixmas’. Thomas’ formative years, musically speaking, were spent as a DJ, music programmer and on-air host for tastemaker LA radio station KCRW 89.9 FM. After ending his 10-year residency at KCRW, he turned his attention to music production and live audio/video DJ work. He formed The Arbiters, a music collective creating mash-up music and video productions, free-released two EPs, and created audio and video mash-up productions for clients including Google, YouTube, Microsoft and Levi’s. Thomas has also become known as an innovative club DJ spinning broadly eclectic music sets, often with live synchronized visuals. His SYNCHRONIZE re-score project, featuring live DJ re-scores of classic films has been featured at the Sundance Film Festival, Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, Luminato Festival in Toronto, Dubrovnik Film Festival, U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, various residencies in Los Angeles, and has been profiled on Turner Classic Movies.

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