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Cutting Edge REDUX Music Business Schedule

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Wednesday, October 14

2:00 – 4:00 – Virtual Song Challenge Workshop

2:00 – 2:55 PM  [CDT]       Talking Sync

Conversation with Barry Coffing and Michele Vice-Maslin

3:00 – 3:40 [CDT]   Michele Vice-Maslin on Sync and Music Licensing, Catalogue Building, PROs, Writing for Sync, and being a woman producer in the music business.

3:40 – 4:00 [CDT]   Q&A with Barry Coffing & Michele Vice-Maslin

4:00 – 9:00 PM   [CDT]      Showcases – Artists Presenting Series (Social Media Presentation)

Thursday, October 15

10:00 – 11:00 AM [CDT]  Business Management for the Creative Mind – How to Run Your Music

Business Like a Pro Applying fundamentals of small business to your music business to create a profitable and sustainable business.

Speaker:

  • Debra Russell, Debra Russell Coaching

11:15 – 12:30 PM [CDT]   Negotiating Recording Agreements [Business/Legal/ CLE 1.25 cr. hr.]

Important clauses and deal points to consider when negotiating • artist – record company agreement • record producer – artist agreement • artist/record company – recording Entrepreneurs and musicians are among those seeking success by signing artists or self-releasing music. This panel will cover legal issues that arise when an artist and recording company are negotiating to make or release a sound recording. Including the ownership

structure, income streams, of standard agreements, and potential contractual enhancements.

Speakers:

  • Scott Keniley, Esq., Keniley Kumar, Atlanta, GA (Moderator)

12:45 – 1:45 PM [CDT]    What are the challenges in 2021 for the International Music Community? FutureCasting: What will 2022 look like?

Speakers:

  • Drew Young, Good and Plenty Records (Moderator)
  • Ake Lundstrom, Director, Live At Heart, Sweden
  • Tony Moore, Right Here with Tony Moore, London, UK
  • Maximilliano De la Fuente, GrooveList, Santiago Chile
  • Ed Bicknell, Manager, London, UK

2:00 – 3:15 PM [CDT]    Monetized Music Platforms: You Can Make Money Performing During COVID-19

Speakers:

  • Monica Corton, CEO, Go to Eleven Entertainment
  • Steve Marks, CEO, of RoadNation
  • Mat Devine, Head of Music Partnership, Cameo
  • Stephen White, CEO, StageIt
  • AJ Smith, Musician

3:30 – 4:45 PM  [CDT]     Partner Presentation: 2112 Incubator Chicago and the Center for Creative Entrepreneurship – Martin Atkins

Art and Entrepreneurship in a Time of Crisis: This is the story of a journey – art and entrepreneurship in a time of crisis is the story of a punk rock DIY pioneer and his reaction to the onset of the crisis, the lockdown, and his efforts along with his team to make some kind of positive difference for others and the unexpected momentum and then fire that these actions created.

5:00 – 7:00 PM [CDT]        Showcase – 2112 Chicago presents

6:00 – 9:00 PM   [CDT]      Showcases – Artists Showcases broken down by genres or mix bag

Friday, October 16

10:00 – 11:00 AM  [CDT]   The making of a Virtual Variety Show – RIGHT HERE with Tony Moore –

LIVE from London Singer/Songwriter, Producer, Artistic Director at The Bedford, has produced a virtual variety show every day throughout the pandemic lockdown. An amazing CGI production

complete with musical guests, interviews, plenty of CGI imagery. Tony and his crew will discuss how it all come together day after day.

Speakers:

  • Tony Moore, Musician, Songwriters, Producer, Music Director, The Bedford

11:15 – 12:30 PM [CDT]     FutureCasting: What to Expect in Promotions and Management in 2021? What is essential to get right?

Publicists and managers are on the front line of artists’ survival the pandemic has created anxiety over the future of LIVE music, the best methods for promoting artists and projects. What can we expect in the industry for the next 18 – 24 months?

Speakers:

  • Ryan Block, WeCollective (Moderator)
  • Cindy D’Adamo, LadyLake PR
  • Paul K. Saunders, Co-Founder of Lightwork Digital and New Music Lives
  • Bridget Fleury, Executive Entertainment Management
  • Michael Dixon, Management Soda Rock Music
  • Marcia Groff, Entertainment Enterprises

12:45 – 1:45 PM  [CDT]    5G – Revolutionizing Live Streaming?

Speakers:

  • Linda Septien, Septien Entertainment
  • Huntington Septien, Septien Entertainment

2:00 – 2:45 PM  [CDT]    Keynote conversation with our Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient Jim McCormick

Hit Songwriter Jim McCormick, and Jan Ramsey, Publisher, OffBeat Music Magazine, will discuss Jim’s career, New Orleans, and how he became a Nashville icon.

Speakers:

  • Jim McCormick, Songwriter
  • Jan Ramsey, Publisher, OffBeat Magazine

3:00 – 4:15 PM [CDT]    Making Records for TV/Film & Ad Placements?

The lines are blurring on what is thought of as “music for sync” and “records for release”. Top-level artists, writers, producers, and publishers are making songs for ads, TV promos, shows, and trailers. Sometimes it’s for a specific project or brief, and other times its just great songs that have a high probability of finding a choice placement. This panel will explore what makes a great “sync song” and what are the attributes that raise the perception of the buyer to pay respectable fees for the use of the music. We’ll also discuss how to promote the song in other media such as YouTube, Spotify, and Instagram when a prime placement with big exposure is featuring the song.

Speakers:

  • Rich Goldman, President, RIPTIDE MUSIC GROUP (Moderator)
  • Chip Herter, Music Director, Deutsch Advertising
  • Justin “Bumper” Reeve, Founder and CEO of Hidden Track Music, LLC
  • Alison Sieh, Music Supervisor for Aspect Ratio – Trailer House

4:00 – 9:00 PM  [CDT]       Showcases

Saturday, October 17

10:00 – 11:00 AM [CDT]  Educators Forum: Pay Equity for Musicians

An open forum on the need discussion on artists’ fees in LIVE performances and Record music. Sponsored by the Musicians Council on Fair Wages and Lead by Dr. Peter Cho, Musician, Musician Union Broad Member, and Executive Dean, Delgado Community College, Westbank Campus

Participants:

  • Peter Cho, Musician, Executive Dean Delgado Community College Westbank Campus
  • Jonathan Olson, Esq
  • Henry Turner, Jr. Musician
  • Lilli Lewis, Musician, Label Manager Louisiana Red Hot Records
  • Boyanna Trayanova, Musicians’ Alliance – A Unified Voice for New Orleans Musicians

11:00 – 12:15 PM [CDT]      Recording Technology and Modern Producing

Producers, engineers, and record executives discuss the latest studio tech and how it improves the recording process.

Speakers:

  • Ryan Block, IndependentEar Records
  • Mark S. Berry, Producer, Producer, Chairman, AMG/Sony
  • John J. Maxmillion, Jr., Engineer, Producer, Owner, Maximum Productions Studios
  • Abid Hussain, Esq., Attorney, Engineer
  • Paul Diaz, Owner, Tree Sound Studios

12:30 – 1:30 PM [CDT]    Composing in Finale

How to Get your Compositions finished!

Speakers:

  • Kevin George, Musician, Educator, Delgado Community College

1:00 – 2:00 PM     Southern Electronic Music Conference – Recording Tech/ Electronic Music 101

What is Electronic music? What is the future of Electronic Music?

Speakers:

  • Bug Gigabyte, Musician, Founder Electronic Music Conference

2:00 – 2:30 PM  [CDT]     Southern Electronic Music Conference – Synthesizers 101

The history of synths and the different kinds

Speakers:

  • Bug Gigabyte, Musician, Founder Electronic Music Conference

2:30 – 3:00 PM   [CDT]     Southern Electronic Music Conference – Djing and scratching for beginners.

Speakers:

  • Tony Skratchere, Owner, New Orleans DJ School

4:00 – 9:00 PM  [CDT]      Showcases

Artists Showcases by genres or mix bag

Who is speaking? Check out our list of Business Session speakers[CST]

  • Abid Hussain, Esq., Attorney, Engineer
  • AJ Smith, Musician
  • Ake Lundstrom, Director, Live At Heart, Sweden
  • Alison Sieh, Music Supervisor for Aspect Ratio – Trailer House
  • Barry Coffing, Founder/CEO, MusicSupervisor.com
  • Bridget Fleury, Executive Entertainment Management
  • Bug Gigabyte, Musician, Founder, Southern Electronic Conference
  • Chip Herter, Music Director, Deutsch Advertising
  • Cindy D’Adamo, LadyLake PR
  • Debra Russell, Debra Russell Coaching
  • Drew Young, Good and Plenty Records,
  • Ed Bicknell, Manager, London, UK
  • Edgar “Dino” Gankendorff, Esq., Provosty & Gankendoff, LLC, NOLA
  • Henry Turner, Jr., Musician, Promoter
  • Jan Ramsey, Founder, Publisher OffBeat Music Magazine
  • Jim McCormick #1 Hit Songwriter
  • John J. Maxmillion, Jr., Engineer, Producer, Studio Owner
  • Justin “Bumper” Reeve, Founder and CEO of Hidden Track Music, LLC
  • Kevin George, Musician, Composer, Delgado Community College
  • Lilli Lewis, Musician, Label Manager, Louisiana Red Hot Records
  • Mark S. Berry, Chairman, Producer, AMG, Sony
  • Martin Atkins, Cultural Entrepreneurial
  • Mat Devine, Head of Music Partnership at Cameo
  • Maximilliano De la Fuente, GrooveList, Santiago Chile,
  • Michele Vice-Maslin, Emmy winning Songwriter, Producer
  • Monica Corton, CEO Go to Eleven Entertainment (Moderator)
  • Paul Diaz, Owner, TreeSound Recording Studio
  • Paul K. Saunders, Co-Founder of Lightwork Digital and New Music Lives
  • Peter Cho, Executive Dean Delgado Community College Westbank Campus
  • Rich Goldman, RIPTIDE MUSIC GROUP (Moderator)
  • Ryan Block, IndependentEar Music Group (Moderator)
  • Scott Keniley, Esq. Keniley Kumar, Atlanta, GA
  • SINthetik Messiah, Engineer, DJ
  • Stephen White, CEO of StageIt
  • Steve Marks, CEO of RoadNation
  • Tony Moore, Right Here with Tony Moore, London, UK,
  • Tony Skratchere, Owner, New Orleans DJ School
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