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'Sync Songwriter Workshop' Launched by The SongHunters & Flavorlab -- Monday, 10/27 in NYC

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The first “Sync Songwriter Workshop”, a new music supervision-based event, has been announced by The SongHunters and FlavorLab.

The Sync Songwriter Workshop will provide attending music artists, publishers, and record label catalogs with the opportunity to each have one of their songs evaluated in a dynamic group session, led by a panel of accomplished music supervisors. This session will feature Liz Morgan (A&E), Dave Hnatiuk (MTV, The SongHunters), and Matt Block (Flavorlab, Producer’s Toolbox), moderated by David Weiss (The SongHunters, SonicScoop).

The event takes place on Monday, October 27th, 2014, from 6:30-9:30 PM, at FlavorLab Audio Post’s facilities in Manhattan’s Flatiron District.

Admission to the Synch Songwriter Workshop is $99.99, and the group size will be limited to just 14 attendees. Artists and publisher/label personnel can apply by submitting one track to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. -- MP3 attachments, streaming files, or artist pages are all welcome. Selected attendees will be notified by email.

During the Synch Songwriter Workshop, each participant’s recording will be played to the panel and the rest of the group. Each panelist will provide feedback on the song’s potential sync licensing scenarios for film/TV/streaming content, as well as valuable insights on the best way to work with music supervisors to help maximize chance of placements. Tips on production values and arrangement will also be offered.

“With a group workshop, participants absorb a great deal of information in a short amount of time,” says Dave Hnatiuk. “We’ve seen how this format has the ability to inspire a much wider range of career and songwriting guidance, than if an artist were just working with a mentoring music supervisor one-to-one.”

The Sync Songwriters Workshop is presented by The SongHunters, a no-cost music supervision service for media professionals. Co-presenter FlavorLab specializes in a complete set of audio services for feature films, scripted and unscripted television, commercials, trailers and video games.

The Workshop is also presented by MusicSupervisionCentral, the premier news resource for music supervision, licensing and publishing. In addition, it is presented by The Producer’s Toolbox, a handcrafted catalog of exclusive music and imaging elements designed to provide editors and producers with high quality tracks that drive picture and emphasize story.

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