Music Supervision: Syncing Music to Visual Media | Middlesex University London
Saved pages

    Close window

    Section navigation

    Music Supervision: Syncing Music to Visual Media

    Event information

    START DATE 24 January 2017
    START TIME 06:15pm

    Concert Room (2nd Floor), Grove B building, Middlesex University, the Burroughs, London, NW4 4BT

    END DATE 24 January 2017
    END TIME 08:00pm

    Connie Farr from ThinkSync Music joins the Department of Performing Arts to examine the different aspects of “music supervision”

    Connie Farr (ThinkSync Music) joins us to examine the different aspects of “music supervision”, from the creative process of choosing the right music for a project, through to the legal elements involved in licensing music to visuals.

    She will explore the different areas of media where music can be licensed, for example adverts, trailers, films and TV, and scrutinise case studies from each of these media.

    The event is chaired by Mario Anastasiades, Lecturer in Music Business.


    Connie is Founder of ThinkSync Music, a company born out of a group of traditional publishing companies and now a leading one-stop music consultancy and licensing service for films, trailers, games, TV, advertisements, virals and instore playlists. ThinkSync Music also offers a complete music supervision service for films, trailers and TV, specialising in independent films looking for music with character and individuality.

    Connie’s recent projects include Andrew Haigh’s award winning ‘45 Years’ and the upcoming adaptation of Martin Amis’s ‘London Fields’ starring Billy Bob Thornton, Amber Heard and Johnny Depp.

    Upcoming projects include productions for Film 4, BBC London, Sky, Universal and the BFI. Connie is also out-of-house Music Supervisor at the UK office of LA-based movie services house Ignition Creative, working on TV promos and international film trailers.

    This event is hosted by Department of Performing Arts as part of their Music Concerts and Colloquia series.

    In this section

    Back to top

    We use Cookies

    View our Privacy and Cookie policy