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Hidden Pond Productions Announces a Unique One-Stop Shop of Music/Talent Supervisions, IP Licensing and Original Custom Music
Date:6/14/2010

Hidden Pond Productions is a unique one-stop shop providing music and talent supervision, all kinds of IP licensing, as well as original custom music services to its client ranging from ad agencies and corporations to filmmakers, multi-media users and producers.

(PRWEB) June 14, 2010 -- Headed by industry veteran Lisa Brigantino, Hidden Pond Productions truly partners with its clients and takes them from the early creative and planning stages of finding the right property for their projects, including creating original custom music, all the way up to delivering fully executed agreements. Brigantino, who is an award-winning composer, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist in addition to having spent many years in the supervision and licensing side of the industry, composes in a variety of styles and genres and passes this diversity and flexibility on to her clients. WOS Radio says “Lisa Brigantino is one of the most versatile songwriters and composers we've heard. She is a true artist who has mastered countless styles of writing, singing and performing.”

There are many companies that just do Intellectual Property licensing or supervision or music licensing and other companies that just do original custom music. Brigantino saw the value in providing Hidden Pond Productions’ clients with the best of all these worlds under one roof. “Not only do we help our clients find and secure the rights to the properties they want to use, or make appropriate suggestions for their various projects and budgets - and that includes everything from cutting-edge music to celebrity talent, photos, film clips, characters, artwork, etc. - anything that’s copyrighted or otherwise protected,” says Brigantino, “But we’re also there to provide original custom music from scratch or an alternate recording for a composition we’ve already helped secure the rights for or pr
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