The annual LA Sync Mission enables record label and music publishing executives, songwriters, composers, artists and managers to benefit from a unique insight into the operation of the lucrative sync licensing market in the US. The mission also provides delegates a priceless opportunity to meet with many of the key players and decision makers from the world of sync working across the TV, film, advertising and games markets in the media capital of the US - the world’s largest entertainment market.

As a precursor to this year's event we are holding a webinar which will give you an introduction to Sync Licensing.

Hosted by Aminé Ramer (Founder / Music Supervisor State Of Sound) and Tim Bern (Head of New Markets and Education at DISCO) - This session provides a concise guide to Sync Licensing.

To RSVP to attend click here.

Speaker Bios:

Aminé Ramer (Founder / Music Supervisor State Of Sound)

As an award-winning music supervisor and consultant, Amine Ramer has influenced the sound and mood of feature films, documentaries, television series for well over a decade. Ramer’s success can be attributed to her careful selection of significant artists, ranging from the unknown to the popular. Her keen sensibility to create a visceral experience by connecting sight with sound along with an in depth understanding of music rights and how to navigate the clearance process.
Credits include “Crip Camp”(academy award nominated, Peabody award) “Woodstock 99” “Flint Town” “Jay & Silent Bob Reboot” “Baby Done” “The Rhythm Section” “Weeds” “ The Signal” “The November Man, “Faking it”, “Richard Pryor –Omit the Logic”, “DB Cooper”- “For A Good Time Call” Board Member of GMS (Guild of Music Supervisors) 
Upcoming projects include Shantaram (Apple TV) SIS (Sky TV) Lonely Planet (Netflix)

Tim Bern (Head of New Markets and Education at DISCO)

Tim is the Head of New Markets and Education at He helped launch DISCO in Los Angeles in 2016 and has grown the user base to become the sync industry standard for music supervisors and rights holders to manage catalogs, search, send and receive files (and a lot more).
Tim's role, training thousands of professionals to use DISCO, has provided a wealth of practical experience, knowledge, and wide-ranging relationships from the frontline of the music and media industries. He recently published the School of DISCO - an in depth set of courses and articles for DISCO mastery!

This event is brought to you by the team behind the LA Sync Mission; The BPI, DIT and the MPA.