London Sync Sessions 2016 Round-up

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Last week Metropolis Studios held the second London Sync Sessions.

Over the course of the 28th & 29th of September, the event played home to the biggest names in sync, music supervision and music publishing.

Billed as the European sync event of the year, the London Sync Sessions did not disappoint. We were delighted to welcome representatives from the likes of Sony Music, BBC, Red Bull and Pusher Music, as well as music supervisors who have worked on film and television series such as Absolutely Fabulous, Deadpool, The Theory Of Everything, Call The Midwife and Luther.

The US executive branch of the Guild of Music Supervisors were also in attendance announcing exciting plans for a proposed GMS European chapter. GMS Secretary Jonathan McHugh and Treasurer Joel C. High provided insight into the charter whilst hosting a jam-packed interactive panel called “Music Supervision around the Globe”.

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“We’d like to say a huge thank you to all of our guests, speakers and panelists for making the second London Sync Sessions such a success. We’re delighted that the event is fast becoming the most anticipated conference of the sync calendar. Here’s to next year!”
Rupert Hollier Creative Director Metropolis Publishing & Music Supervision

We’d like to thank our partners Midem, Music Week, Hollywood Records, EMI Production Music and Music Gateway for supporting the London Sync Sessions offering exclusive insight into the current issues surrounding synchronisation and publishing in the creative industries.

We’ll soon be releasing exclusive content from the sessions, including interviews, videos and insights. So make sure you keep an eye on the London Sync Sessions website and partners pages.

After launching in 2015, the two day conference has welcomed over 300 industry professionals each year. The London Sync Sessions has fast become a must attend event for all professionals in the world of sync. Keep your ears to the ground for more information about #LSS17…