Buma Music in Motion x ADE

The largest conference on music in film, games, advertising and television in Europe will take place this year on the 19th of October. This year the conference will be taking place within the official ADE programme. We offer an extensive program with workshops, networking sessions and keynotes. We’re committed to delivering media-music's most exciting thinkers, movers and shakers for the BMIM x ADE Conference.


Join Buma Music in Motion on Wednesday in Huis Vasari to experience how music and media converge in the creative industries.

  • Access to all panels and workshops at the BMIM x ADE Conference on Wednesday 19 October
  • A chance to participate in the Matchmaking program
  • Access to online delegates database
  • Access to networking drinks
  • Access to BMIM x ADE present: Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein (Stranger Things) keynote in Felix Meritis
  • Access to BMIM x ADE present: Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein (Stranger Things) performance in Brakke Grond
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ADE Pro Pass

Fully sold out!

  • Valid all five days
  • Full access to all conference tracks, including ADE Pro, ADE Green, BMIM and Blendrealities
  • Year round access to ADE Pro's networking platform & database
  • Join dedicated networking events and sessions
  • Access to all official ADE Business Hubs
  • Access to the complete festival program (limited capacity at venues)
  • Access to the Arts & Culture program (limited capacity at venues)
  • Receive the official ADE x G-Star RAW 2022 backpack
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Keynote speech: Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein

How do you create an original soundtrack that keeps the audience on edge? And how do you keep innovating that original soundtrack when the series goes on for more that four seasons? Composers Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein answer these and more during their keynote speech. With their hypnotising, electronic and bone-chilling themes they have crafted a soundtrack that is well known by TV-lovers as the ‘Stranger Things’ soundtrack. The Netflix series is beloved for its use of music, but it’s the score written by Dixon and Stein that really brings the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana and the characters to life. While their music for the early seasons focused on the timeless sound of '80s analogue synthesisers, they started to harness melodies and atmospherics befitting Eleven and Mike's interdimensional struggle.

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