The Flux Summit is San Francisco's premier electronic music industry event.
Flux was created to encourage interaction and open up discussion on emerging trends with other DJs, producers, artists, gear & software companies and music industry professionals.
The event is free and open to the public, but registration is strongly recommended.
The Flux Summit is a single evening event:
- Discussion: Making Money with Your Music: Music Licensing for TV/Film & Video Games
Electronic music has become very popular in the world of tv/film & video game soundtracks. This discussion brings together industry professionals including music supervisors and producers as they talk about how to expand revenue through licensing and original composition. Learn how tracks are selected for movies, games & TV, what the best ways to get in are and much more. Highly recommended for anyone who makes music or owns a label.
Jeff Straw (Director of Licensing & Partnerships, INgrooves)
Brooke Wentz (Music supervisor, The Rights Workshop),
Brian Trifon (Composer/Producer, Trifonic)
Laurence Trifon (Manager, Trifonic)
- Mixer (Complimentary food by Oola, Cash Bar)
- Software Demonstrations in the HD Studio by PreSonus
- Music review session [Established in 2005, Test Press, has enabled artists to gain instant feedback on their music from top industry experts in an intimate setting)
When is it?
Thursday, July 29, 2010.
Discussion: 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Test Press: 8:30pm
Who should attend?
DJs, Producers, Music Industry Professionals, Record Labels, Gear & Software Companies, and anyone who is interested in electronic music.
Where is it?
832 Folsom St. between 4th & 5th Street
San Francisco, CA 9410
Got ideas, comments and questions?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
Flux. is a San Francisco based organization supporting the ever-evolving needs of electronic music and technology.