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EVENTS

August 14, 2018

Time: 2:00pm - 4:30pm

AIMP's Inside Scoop From Music Sups, V4

It's time for our music supervisor panel. Our event puts together top music supervisors (and decision makers) in TV, Film, Trailers and Ads with Nashville's most successful (independent) music publishers. Selected performers will showcase and the panel will follow. During the panel, music supervisors will clue the audience in on their current projects and music needs.  

Panelists

Rick Clark
Rick Clark Productions

Ben Dorenfeld
Anomaly

Heather Guibert
Francium Enterprises

Carter Little
35Sound

Marina Polites
Mocean

Rachel Rauch
Publicis

Mike Turner
Mike Turner Media

Moderators

Randall Foster
Sr. Director of Creative Licensing at ole

AIMP Special Event

Place: View Map
The Basement East
917 Woodland St
Nashville, TN 37206

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Additional Speaker Information

RICK CLARK- Rick Clark grew up immersed in music in his hometown of Memphis, TN. In high school, Clark worked in Memphis' main record shop, Poplar Tunes; a place where local artists like Isaac Hayes and Al Green would sometimes hang and played live and in sessions after that, including projects with members of Big Star, Memphis Horns and the seminal Memphis Power Pop scene. After DJ'ing his own radio show at WLYX-FM Memphis, Clark eventually started a successful business programming music. Eventually, he wrote for numerous national publications, including Billboard, Mix, Rolling Stone, Guitar Player, the All-Music Guide, Goldmine and others. He also authored The Expert's Encyclopedia of Recording and, most recently, the third edition of his book Mixing, Recording and Producing Techniques of the Pros. Meanwhile, Clark's production work in the studio involved projects with Los Super Seven (an amalgam that included Calexico, Lyle Lovett, Delbert McClinton, John Hiatt, Raul Malo, Freddy Fender, Rodney Crowell and others) and work with Death Cab For Cutie, - music for The Band tribute Lost Highway and the hit TV show Weeds. Beginning in 1997, Clark began work producing, co-compiling and doing all the legal clearance work for what would be the first seven volumes of the award winning Oxford American Magazine music CDs, featuring music ranging from legendary artists like Bob Dylan, Randy Newman and BB King to obscure blues, jazz and Cajun music recordings. In 2012, The Oxford American brought Clark back on to produce their future music issues and CDs. As a Music Supervisor, Clark's credits include working with Jason Reitman on Up In The Air, Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me (a film about the critically acclaimed band Big Star), Billy Bob Thornton's Jayne Mansfield's Car, and the AMC episodic Western show Hell On Wheels and the Sundance/AMC TV show Hap And Leonard. Clark is currently music supervising the OWN Network drama Greenleaf.

BEN DORENFELD- Ben Dorenfeld has worked as a music producer in advertising for five years. Currently, he oversees all aspects of music production and supervision as senior music producer for Anomaly. Prior to Anomaly, he produced and supervised music at Grey New York on campaigns for Volvo, Pantene, Fitbit, Ketel One, and more including Cannes award-winning work for Volvo and Pantene. Ben began his career in the concert touring industry at International Creative Management where he oversaw contract management, routing, and client relations for Kendrick Lamar, Future, and Boyz II Men, among other artists. Before moving to New York, he worked as a tour accountant on Oasis’ final stadium tour in the UK and as a ticketing assistant for Bruce Springsteen in Boston. Ben is a graduate of Skidmore College, where he served as president of the Student Entertainment Committee and program director for his college radio station, WSPN. He is an avid drummer and has enjoyed playing in bands since he was a teenager.

HEATHER GUIBERT- Upon choosing to forego a career in engineering to pursue her dream of working in music, Heather fled the Florida sunshine for the bright lights of Hollywood. A graduate of the University of Southern California‘s Music Industry program, Heather spent nine years as part of the team of Music Supervisors at Neophonic, Inc., where she had the pleasure to work on such diverse television projects as Glee (Fox), CSI: Miami (CBS), American Horror Story (FX), The Americans (FX), United States of Tara (Showtime) and films including Eat Pray Love (Sony Pictures) and The Normal Heart (HBO). Since embarking out on her own, Heather has music supervised the Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards nominee Spettacolo along with television shows such as Lost in Space (Netflix), Rosewood (Fox), Witches of East End (Lifetime), Stitchers (Freeform) and the Emmy Award winning HBO series, Veep. The four time Guild of Music Supervisors Awards nominee is a proud member of the Television Academy, Women in Film and currently serving on the Board of Directors for the Guild of Music Supervisors. She also teaches the Music Supervision course at Loyola Marymount University.

CARTER LITTLE- Carter Little is a music supervisor and soundtrack album producer whose credits include the 8-hr. Grammy and Emmy nominated documentary series, “Soundbreaking: Stories from the Cutting Edge of Music,” Sony Pictures Classics Hank Williams biopic “I Saw The Light,” and RZA’s STAX infused kung fu epic “The Man With the Iron Fists.” As a soundtrack album producer, Little has collaborated with Grammy award-winning artists including The Black Keys, Kanye West, Wu-Tang Clan, St. Vincent, Whiz Khalifa, and Fleet Foxes. Trained as a musician and a composer, and the son of a Metropolitan Opera singer, Little’s productions span documentary, feature film, television and advertising, and he offers a range of supervision and music production services from copyright clearances and licensing, to music editing and original score production.

MARINA POLITES- Marina Polites is a Music Supervisor at Mocean, a theatrical and broadcast marketing company. She has placed music in a variety of campaigns including Deadpool 2, Thor: Ragnarok, The Shape of Water, Assassination Nation, and Finding Dory. After studying film and business, she pursued a career in music supervision, starting in reality TV and then finding a home in trailers. Her passions outside of music include hiking, wine, and eating at restaurants she can’t afford.

RACHEL RAUCH- Lifelong music nerd, Rachel Rauch, still remembers the day she realized music supervision was actually a job. Since then, she has done everything in her power to make that dream a reality. After graduating Ithaca College, where she was program and music director for WICB, she went on to work at Color Audio Post Production as an assistant engineer. Since then she has served as a music supervisor and producer at Creative License, Y&R and We Are Walker placing the perfect soundtrack for advertisements and branded content for the likes of Bank Of America, Dell, Keurig, Samsung and Google. She is currently the Music Producer at Publicis NY serving all music needs for Citibank, Heineken, Kinder, Garnier, Walmart, HPE and more.

MIKE TURNER- Mike Turner is an award winning music supervisor, music editor and music producer for film, television and advertising. Mike also currently serves as creative and development consultant at asset management firm & music publisher, Media Creature Properties (MCP). Mike grew up in Seattle and began working in recording studios and playing in bands as a teenager. His professional trajectory has led him to major cities all over America working in numerous music/creative capacities for music publishers, record labels, licensing companies, radio stations, TV networks and production companies. As a music supervisor, Mike found his niche in Los Angeles where he has remained for the last 9 years. His services have been engaged for films by Judd Apatow, Michael De Luca, Seth Rogen, Ice T., Bret Easton Ellis, Paul Schrader and Nick Cassavetes, as well as commercial spots for Converse, Booking.com, Petco, Estee Lauder, Rise Credit, Microsoft, Acer Computers, and Volvo. In the world of television, Mike has music supervised series' for CBS, Netflix, MTV Networks, Direct TV, Hulu, Fox Sports and VICELAND/A&E.

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