The SensoriaPro industry day takes place in Sheffield and gathers together of composers, filmmakers, music publishers, music supervisors, games developers and festivals to discuss innovations in music and moving image, and they are offering discounted early bird tickets to the event.
The event takes place on 7 October and will feature a panel in association with PRS for Music entiled Touring: Alive and Kicking, which will focus on the highs and lows on taking a band on the road.
The discussion features a cross rage of industry experts, including Andy Inglis (5000 Artist Management; Tour Management) Timm Cleasby (formerly tour manager for Arctic Monkeys, now production manager for Tramlines Festival), Penny Blackham (Secret Name Management) and Matt Wanstall (Musicians’ Union).
There will also be a film music masterclass led by Geoff Alexander whose screen credits include Lady In The Van, Everest, Notting Hill and Brassed Off and a panel around virtual reality and surround sound with guests Steven Hancock (MelodyVR), Marco Perry (Immersive Audio), Andrew Melchior (Third Space Agency) & David Bailey (Creative Director of User Experience & Design at the BBC).
Elsewhere, Slowclub’s Charles Watson will be in conversation with Caroline Bottomley (Radar) about music videos and PRS for Music’s Graham Davis will be discussing blockchain technology with Benji Rogers (Pledge Music).
Other highlights from the event include Sync or Score Contest and Plugging and Pitching: The P’s and Q’s of PR.
Early bird tickets are available until 10pm on 4 April.
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit eventbrite.co.uk