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Music Business Summit programs provide professional development resources for music creators, presented by leading professionals in the field. Performers, songwriters, producers, engineers, and music makers will learn from experts how to make more money making music.
Hosted at The Uptown, Music Business Summit: Sync Licensing will feature presentation of a need-to-know topic for music makers and professionals, including post-presentation engagement with fellow attendees. This event is age 21+.
Placing your music on film, TV and advertising is a vital source of revenue for many in the music business. Learn how to best organize your music assets for profitable opportunities. Presenters Brooke Wentz (The Rights Workshop) and Juan Manuel Caipo (ONErpm, Bang Data) will share best practices with examples of sync licensing deals and how to land them.
Presenting Sponsor: The Rights Workshop
About Brooke Wentz:
Brooke is a music supervisor and rights executive who created The Rights Workshop after running ESPN’s music department. Prior she was a rights consultant to TechTV, Arista Records manager of A&R Administration and a former radio host. She produced numerous critically acclaimed recordings and won a Billboard Award.
The wealth of her contacts, combined with her knowledge of international music, launched Seven Seas Music in 2015. A graduate of Barnard College and Columbia Business School, Brooke brings over 25 years music business experience to the Bay Area.
About Juan Manuel Caipo:
“Caipo” is a producer and head of his own production company, Rockolito Music. His album credits include 2016's Quiero Creedence, a Creedence Clearwater Revival tribute featuring diverse Latin artists. He is also a sought-after producer/mixing engineer around the Bay Area and beyond, and is half of Latin hip-hop/rock duo Bang Data. Caipo serves as Latin A&R rep for Digital Distributor ONErpm music in San Francisco.