RBC Launchpad Music Entrepreneurship Program presents...
Music Supervision 101 will uncover the mysterious world of placing music into TV, Film and Advertising. In this workshop, we will discuss the role of a music supervisor, how to best prepare your music for sync, and how to connect with music supervisors and their partners.
Kaya Pino is a Toronto based Music Supervisor working at The Wilders. Blending a deeply personal understanding of music’s effect on both audience and art form with an ability to create relationships between movement, musicality, rhythm, and sound, Kaya takes an anthropological approach to music supervision. She started her career in advertising and continues to work in the branding space alongside film and series projects.
General Admission: $25 + tax
Member Admission: FREE
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RBC Launchpad Music Entrepreneurship Program is a 4-month educational initiative dedicated to supporting and empowering local emerging artists, music creators, and entrepreneurs. The new edition of the program welcomes 50 participants between the ages of 18 to 35 that have been selected from more than 400 applications from all over Canada.
As part of this initiative, we are offering a number of music entrepreneurship workshops that are open to the Launchpad community and the public. Please note, some extra curriculum materials might be only available for the program participants.
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