To Northern Sounders in the NY area:

Please come to the SCL in NY's upcoming event: MUSIC TECHNOLOGY for THE WORKING COMPOSER on April 7th at 7:30pm. This will be a much requested opportunity to find out the latest on sample libraries and game-changing music software, learn tips and tricks that can drastically improve your workflow, as well as hear top NY composer Peter Nashel (Lie to Me, Rubicon) discuss real world, practical experiences of a busy TV/Film composer. Not to be missed!! The event will also feature a brief update on the status of digital royalty negotiations (which is key to our future revenue as composers). If you are not already an SCL member, join now at and attend for free. Please pass this invitation along to anyone you think might be interested, and see below for all the details.

Hope to see you there!


The intense pressures of creating music on a deadline means depending on systems that work perfectly, sound great, and are highly cost effective. Most composers find they must become adept at building, running and troubleshooting complex setups consisting of a multitude of interlinked technologies. This seminar will bring a panel of composers and industry experts together to offer you the best of practical guidance to help speed up your workflow, make informed choices in creating your perfect workstation, and give insights into upcoming technologies.

The SCL in NY, Alto Music NYC and SonicScoop present:

MUSIC TECHNOLOGY for the Working Composer

Featuring composer Peter Nashel (Lie to Me, Rubicon, Dirty Sexy Money)

Thursday, April 7th at 7:30pm
Hosted by Goodpenny and Sugarbox Studios
156 West 25th Street, 11th Floor
New York City

Want to stay current on music technology and how best to apply it
to your work ?

• Learn game-changing technologies and workflow tips the experts use.

• Explore the latest sample libraries and software that can enhance your sound.

• Look under-the-hood at sessions from top TV shows, revealing creative approaches and templates.

• Find out about future developments in music technology

Presentation and discussion featuring Shane Koss - ALTO Music NYC, Music Technology Consultant, Moderated by composer Joel Douek (SCL in NY Steering Committee)

RSVP by Email Only to
Include “RSVP-NY” along with first and last name. Seating is Limited. Admission free for SCL members. Non-members $35, Students with college I.D $20
Join the SCL at before the event and attend this event for free!