Conference

Dansk Live: Strategier mod en mere mangfoldig musikbranche

(Danish language only)

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Dansk Live: De nye kulturproducenter og arrangører

(Danish language only)

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Spillestedsstøtten - mursten eller musik?

(Danish language only)

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Hvordan skabes der stærke musikmiljøer i de mindre byer?

(Danish language only)

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Kommunale eventstrategier - giver det mening?

(Danish language only)

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Venue
Room 11

Meet The Music Supervisors

The whole area of music supervision and music placement in trailers, games, TV-series, film and advertising is an extremely important part of the music industry’s revenue streams today. That is why we’re very happy to announce the 6th edition of one of our most popular initiatives at SPOT+ – our famous speed meetings at “Meet The Music Supervisors”.

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Venue
Room 12

Let’s Talk A.I. & Algorithms


“It’s The End Of The World As We Know It” – maybe prophetic, who knows – but at least the title of the keynote presented by the esteemed music business “agent provocateur”, Scott Cohen, who will open this session where we will discuss algorithms and A.I. in the music industry today. Within this session the debate on "A&R vs. AI" can also be found. Here ...

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It's The End Of The World As We Know It. Keynote: Scott Cohen

Don’t get too comfortable with streaming and social media. We are about to go through another big shift and you better be prepared.

Meet:
Scott Cohen, The Orchard (US)

Presented by Promus in cooperation with SPOT+

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A&R vs. A.I.

A&R vs. A.I.: The digital revolution in the consumption of music provides enormous amounts of data for the record companies. In this debate, we will discuss different approaches to working with discovery and development of new artists, both by utilizing the data and in spite of it. Learn about what data can and can't be used for, and how the A&Rs influence the final musical product in 2019.

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Fremtidens musikformidling - algoritmernes smag?

(Danish language only)

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Venue
Room 19

Product Presentation


Besides the many debates and networking activities that you'll find at SPOT+, we have this year included special presentations from a number of Scandinavian music start-ups. 

Welcome to HQartists from Norway, Soundtracktor from Denmark, and United Screens Music from Sweden.

 

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Product Presentation: HQartist

HQartist is a flexible platform designed specifically for artists, venues, promoters, agencies, management companies, and festivals. We provide a smart and user-friendly way to handle all aspects of the booking and organizing process. From our booking and contracting system, online signing, to the planner module where you can organize your team and manage your bookings and timeslots, the whole ...

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Product Presentation: Soundtracktor

Soundtracktor is the first AI powered platform for professional music composers to create their own webshop, with search and payment capabilities, where they can publish their music, make it available for marketing agencies to search through and, eventually, buy multimedia licenses. The first digital tool to provide A.I. recommendations for agencies based on submitted briefs.

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Product presentation: United Screens Music

United Screens Music is a company dedicated to help music creators, artists, labels or rights owners with everything related to their digital presence. United Screens Music work with many of the most well-established creators and labels in the industry and help them with everything from content strategies to uncontrolled spreading of their rights. United Screens Music consists of a dedicated team ...

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Let's Talk Music And Brands: Brandpanel

(Danish language only)

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Let's Talk Music and Brands: Artistpanel

(Danish language only)

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Let’s Talk Music Publishing


With the increasing focus on commercial songwriting and music publishing, we look at the many possibilities for selling music internationally. The introductory keynote "Everybody Wants To Rule The World" is followed by a debate about the successful Swedish music publishers - and the Norwegian and Danish, who are on their way - before we end with the panel "How To Win The Eurovison", which, among ...

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Everybody Wants To Rule The World. Keynote: Eric Beall

Eric is an experienced music publisher, composer, lecturer at Berklee School of Music & author of the highly acclaimed, “Making Music, Make Money”. The theme of the keynote will focus on the songs and how to get them out in the world.

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Eric Beall, Shapiro Bernstein (US)

Presented by Promus in cooperation with SPOT+ with the support from the Music Publishers ...

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Nordic Music Publishing: Who's Next?

The Swedes has owned the international songwriting scene for years, but now the other Scandinavian countries are closing in with a new generation of strong and talented songwriters. So, what is it with the Nordic songwriters? Is it a certain Nordic sound, or are they just experts at writing great songs for the international market? This panel will try to come up with some answers.

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How To Win The Eurovision

The panel consists of experienced songwriters and publishers who all successfully work with the Eurovision in one way or another. We will try to find out whether there is a difference between writing songs for the Eurovision and ordinary pop songs? Also, how do you work as a songwriter and publisher with the Eurovision in Sweden, and why is it so big there? We will also talk to Mads Enggaard from ...

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Urban-genren - Live In Concert

(Danish language only)

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Friends With Benefits

(Danish language only)

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Let's Talk Artists Well-being & Mental Health

(Danish language only)

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Merchandise - How To Spend Your Budget

(Danish language only)

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Music Blogs - er der en fremtid?

(Danish language only)

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Hvad nu DR?

(Danish language only)

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Is There A Need For Music Reviews In A Digital Age?

What is to become of the professional music journalism in The Digital Age? This question is becoming more and more pressing, as music streaming services, especially YouTube, is taking the role as guides and and information sources upon themselves, and there is real and qualified competition from unpaid bloggers and vloggers, who often communicate music with insight and great commitment.

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Podcasts & musik - hvad kan de sammen?

(Danish language only)

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What Is The Role Of The Radio In 2019?

What is the role of radio in 2019 - can radio still break an artist? In the current music industry songs are immediately available globally, also for music curators on radio stations. What does this mean for the industry, and where is the value in radio airplays today? How much money is in airplay, how is it distributed, and is there more value in focusing on the marketing aspect of radio airplay ...

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Let’s Talk Sync


For the 6th time in a row, we’re happy to welcome to yet another round of Let’s Talk Sync – a true “must” for all who are working within the exciting world of sync.  This year we will be focusing on the Australian sync market, storytelling in music, the “knowledge gap” within sync – and finally we’re having ...

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How To Sync Down Under

Leading Australian Music Supervisor, Karl Richter, will layout a commercial and creative roadmap of which music works best Down Under and what’s it worth in any given sync scenario! He’ll also take an in-depth look at the weird and wonderful scope of what’s playing on TV commercials in Australia right now, and what you can do to give yourself the best chance of getting some advertising ...

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Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sync (But Were Afraid To Ask)

- the dirty truth about the 900 difficult steps to (not) get a sync – a conversation with:

Jesper Reginal/Crunchy Frog
Charlotte von Kotze/Vice Media
Dan Koplowitz/Friendly Fire (Moderator)

Presented by Promus in cooperation with SPOT+ with the support from the Music Publishers Association, The Arts Council of Denmark & Koda Kultur.

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Storytelling In Music

A talk between two independent award winning music supervisors who both work in advertising. Karl & Jesper will show examples of their work and tell how they approached those given stories in music. This talk will also give the audience an insight to the challenges they face when working on a given commercial.

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Karl Richter/Level Two (AUS)
Jesper ...

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What Do You Want, You Idiot? The Knowledge Gap In Synch - Part II

Europe in Synch is an initiative to bring together young professionals from the music sector with experienced specialists and decision makers from film and advertising so as to provide a direct and mutual real-life hands-on learning experience in selected workshop-sessions along European music-conferences in 2019. This panel introduces the initiative and presents the results of the EiS-SPOT+ session ...

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Pitch Your Music To Music Supervisors

A panel will select 7-8 tracks from an open-call and then give feedback in front of an audience. The sessions is for young music business professionals and composers who’s not attending the Meet The Music Supervisors-speed meetings. Application closed.

Meet:
Connie Edwards / Major Tom (UK)
Ben Sumner / Feel For Music (UK)
Daniel Kuypers/BBDO (US)
Ilana ...

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Venue
Room 8-9

EiS-Synch-Workshop @ SPOT 2019

This workshop's aim is to create greater cooperation between professionals from the music world and catalysts from the world of advertising and film. Specialists from Europe in Synch will properly introduce the parties and their respective peculiarities and address the deficiencies.
We shall provide a direct and mutual real-life hands-on learning experience and establish a common ground ...

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