Friday, 10 June 2016 12:07

2016 SyncSummit NY — Music Supervision Conquers NYC June 15th & 16th

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If the world needed one more event series, it was this one: the SyncSummit.

Since its launch a few years ago, SyncSummit has successfully brought music-to-picture pros and want-to-knows together in NYC, Hollywood, and various exotic locations. The Big Apple is the hospitable host this time around, with the two-day event taking place at Webster Hall June 15th and 16th.

Today, June 10th is the last day to take advantage of a $100 dollar discount off the price of admission. For full details on the agenda and how to register, vist the full article from our friends at SonicScoop.

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