Tracking Your Music in the Digital Age


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April 5, 2018 –

This seminar will address the latest technologies and companies that identify music performances worldwide for traditional broadcast, cable and internet streamed film and television production. Composers and music publishers need to be active participants to track performances of their music that generate royalties. If not, they risk losing significant income by remaining passive income recipients. Topics will include how to collect for performances on YouTube that generate ad revenue, the various online applications for identifying your music, including watermarking and audio analysis recognition software, and what to do if you believe you’ve had performances that have not been identified and paid by your performing rights society. If you create or publish music for film and television, this seminar is essential for you.

Moderated by Garry Schyman, SCL Chair – Music Rights Committee
Panelists: Dae Bogan, Dan Korobkin, Adrian Morris

Dae Bogan is a music rights executive, serial entrepreneur and music business educator with over 10 years of experience in music marketing, copyright administration and music publishing. He is the founder of TuneRegistry, a music rights management software that helps DIY musicians and independent rights-holders simplify music publishing.

Previously, Dae owned and operated an independent record label (Loft24 Records), a music publishing company (Loft24 Publishing), and an artist management firm (Renaissance Artist Management) until 2012 when he founded an in-store independent music video network (Maven Promo), which was later acquired by EMPIRE Distribution in 2017. Dae also founded RoyaltyClaim, the world’s first search engine for unclaimed music royalties and licenses in the so-called “black box.”

Additionally, Dae is an upbeat educator who develops and teaches practical music business curriculum for on campus and off campus programs, primarily in the greater Los Angeles area. Recently recognized in Billboard’s “The 15 Best Music Business Schools In 2017,” Dae teaches the Music Industry Entrepreneurship course at UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music and is as an Innovation Fellow at the UCLA Center for Music Innovation.

Dae holds a B.A. in Sociology from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and an M.A. in Music Industry Administration from California State University, Northridge (CSUN).

Dan Korobkin serves as a President of Sales for SourceAudio and is also the founder and owner of CueMx LLC, a post-production music supervision company based in Los Angeles. Prior to CueMx, Dan was the VP of Post Production at Creative Domain (currently Trailer Park), serving as Chief Production Engineer, Director of Operations, and Music Supervisor.

As a 17-year veteran of post-production marketing, Dan has worked in almost all facets of the post-production arena while always staying close to his primary idiom of music production and licensing. His musical background also includes a degree in Music from UCLA and a laundry list of musical projects as a performing musician and music director

Adrian Morris is the Digital Content & Label Partners Manager at Soundmouse Ltd. Adrian has over 25 years of experience working in the commercial, creative and technical areas of the music rights business. His role at Soundmouse involves managing key relationships with composers, publishers, production music libraries, record labels, collection societies and broadcasters. A vital part of his role is to encourage best practice with the supply of information so that rights owners can be paid. He has been instrumental in the development of the next generation of Soundmouse that allows content owners to upload and administer their catalogues online for fingerprinting, where resulting cue sheets and reports are generated on behalf of broadcaster and PRO clients using audio recognition.


BAFTA-winning composer Garry Schyman is one of the world’s most celebrated voices in video game music as evidenced by his award-winning scores to the BioShock game series, as well as dozens of hit games, films, and television productions. Schyman has most notably given the universe of BioShock (including BioShock 2 and BioShock Infinite) its musical identity, scoring the hugely successful game series with a blend of haunting beauty and terrifying unease. He paid playful homage to ’50s sci-fi with his score for the 2005 game Destroy All Humans! (followed by two sequels), accelerated the heartbeat in action games like Resistance: Retribution and Dante’s Inferno, and gave a nod to the hypnotic style of Bernard Herrmann in the mystery game Voyeur. Most recently he’s been in the fantasy world of Tolkien for the adventure game Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and its sequel Middle-earth: Shadow of War. Schyman’s film and television credits span every genre, including classic series like The A-Team and Magnum, P.I., stormy action (Tornado!), thrillers (Horseplayer, starring Brad Dourif), and family horror (Spooky House, starring Ben Kingsley).

Gary is a long time SCL board member, serving as chair for the Music Rights Committee.