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    symusicbiz
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    Has anyone here attended the NY or LA Sync Summits in previous years?
    Was it worth the money, and were you able to get a lot of valuable info & contacts out of it?

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    bas1236
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    I have not, but am also interested to hear from someone who has. Thanks.

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    BEATSLINGER
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    Has anyone here attended the NY or LA Sync Summits in previous years?
    Was it worth the money, and were you able to get a lot of valuable info & contacts out of it?

    Hi there, if You are asking if Sync Summits are legit? ABSOLUTELY!!

    Now, understanding that “The Best in The Game, and The Brightest Talents will be there”.
    My question to you is.. “Are YOU Ready?”

    Is it worth the money will depend on several factors that are “ALL Yours”.

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    symusicbiz
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    @beatslinger – I guess it depends on what you mean by “ready”. I’ve been producing music for over 20 years, I’ve released over 300 singles with 3 artist albums under my belt, and tones of remixes for other well established artists. And..I own my publishing for about 90% of the stuff I’ve already produced/released. so yes, I feel that I’m ready to take thing to the next level.

    Thanks for the feedback btw.

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    BEATSLINGER
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    @beatslinger – I guess it depends on what you mean by “ready”. I’ve been producing music for over 20 years, I’ve released over 300 singles with 3 artist albums under my belt, and tones of remixes for other well established artists. And..I own my publishing for about 90% of the stuff I’ve already produced/released. so yes, I feel that I’m ready to take thing to the next level.

    Cool Beans.
    Cheers!

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    ron gamache
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    I attended one in New York about 3 years ago. I met a couple of people who I was able to network to. Both were from LA. Both led to exclusive contracts. I had 4 cues accepted with one but I ended up asking them to be released back to me. With the other library, I have done multiple projects and have had placements in 17 episodes of one show in particular. I also have an album in their catalog. You had to stand in a line after a panel discussion and introduce yourself. Then you follow up once the conference was over and hope they would talk to you. Some did, some didn’t. The system for networking has gotten better since. At least that’s what the promotional emails claim. As for “best and brightest,” I don’t know what that’s about.

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